Do internet interventions for consumers cause more harm than good? A systematic review

BESSELL, Tracey L
et al
Publication Date 
2002
p 28-37

A systematic review of the effect of consumer use of online health information on decision-making, attitudes, knowledge, satisfaction and health outcomes and ulilisation. Ten comparative case studies are used to evaluate the effectiveness of the Internet: all studies showed some positive effects on health outcomes, although the methodological quality of many studies was poor. The study was not specific to developing country or resource-poor context

Serial Title:Health Expectations Serial Part:Vol 5 No 1 

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