BUPA Health Pulse 2010. Online Health: Untangling the Web
London School of Economics, 2011 - 32 páginas
A Bupa-commissioned report by the London School of Economics (LSE) analyses the findings from Bupa Health Pulse 2010. The report finds that there is increasingly more health information available online and more ways of accessing it than ever before however very few people check the quality of the information they are using. 12 countries were surveyed in this research. Table of contents: * Executive Summary * Introduction * What do we know about access to the internet? * Current trends in the use of the internet for health information * What information do people search for on the internet? * What are the benefits and challenges of accessing health-related information via the internet? * Future gazing - where next? * References.
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