Social Media and Implications for Health Communication; Internet Use and Self-Rate Health in Older People…
- Internet Use and Self-Rated Health Among Older People: A National Survey | Gracia | Journal of Medical Internet Research – Older people are among the segments of the population for which the digital divide is most persistent and are considered to be at risk of losing out on the potential benefits that the information society can provide to their quality of life. Little attention has been paid, however, to relationships between Internet use and actual indicators of health among older people.
Objective: The aim of this study was to examine the association between Internet use and self-rated health among older people and determine whether this association holds independently of socioeconomic position.
- Disparities by Race and Ethnicity in Cancer Survivor Stories Available on the Web | Eddens | Journal of Medical Internet Research – The rapid growth of eHealth could have the unintended effect of deepening health disparities between population subgroups. Most concerns to date have focused on population differences in access to technology, but differences may also exist in the appropriateness of online health content for diverse populations.
- Social Media Use in the United States: Implications for Health Communication | Chou | Journal of Medical Internet Research – The purpose of the study is to identify the sociodemographic and health-related factors associated with current adult social media users in the United States.
- Alliance for CME Presentation: The Emerging Role of Open Source, Web 2.0 Technologies in Continuing Medical Education –