Published on in Vol 4, No 2 (2018): Jul-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10031, first published .
Reliability of Cancer Treatment Information on the Internet: Observational Study

Reliability of Cancer Treatment Information on the Internet: Observational Study

Reliability of Cancer Treatment Information on the Internet: Observational Study

Journals

  1. Ma Q, Sun D, Cui F, Zhai Y, Zhao J, He X, Shi J, Gao J, Li M, Zhang W. Impact of the Internet on Medical Decisions of Chinese Adults: Longitudinal Data Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(9):e18481 View
  2. Sideris G, Vyllioti A, Dima D, Chill M, Njuguna N. The Value of Web-Based Patient Education Materials on Transarterial Chemoembolization: Systematic Review. JMIR Cancer 2021;7(2):e25357 View
  3. Asan O, Yu Z, Crotty B, Serrano K. How clinician-patient communication affects trust in health information sources: Temporal trends from a national cross-sectional survey. PLOS ONE 2021;16(2):e0247583 View
  4. Nakayama K, Yonekura Y, Danya H, Hagiwara K. Associations between health literacy and information-evaluation and decision-making skills in Japanese adults. BMC Public Health 2022;22(1) View
  5. Boesenecker S, Mathies V, Buentzel J, Huebner J. How can counselling by family physicians on nutrition and physical activity be improved: trends from a survey in Germany. Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology 2023;149(7):3335 View
  6. Li G, Han C, Liu P. Does Internet Use Affect Medical Decisions among Older Adults in China? Evidence from CHARLS. Healthcare 2021;10(1):60 View
  7. Yamaki C, Takayama T, Hayakawa M, Wakao F. Users’ evaluation of Japan’s cancer information services: process, outcomes, satisfaction and independence. BMJ Open Quality 2021;10(4):e001635 View
  8. Elkefi S, Asan O. The health information technology preferences and perceptions of newly diagnosed patients with cancer. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2023;180:105275 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Murayama T. The Role of Health Literacy in Major Healthcare Crises. View