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PubMed Health for Consumers - National Center for Biotechnology

12/24/2014
07:17 | Author: Kate Thompson

Pubmed consumer health
PubMed Health for Consumers - National Center for Biotechnology

Results 1 - 709 A review of the ways in which healthcare professionals can be helped to involve their patients in the healthcare decision making process.

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MEDLINEplus building and maintaining the National Library of

10/23/2014
05:26 | Author: Evan Martin

Pubmed consumer health
MEDLINEplus building and maintaining the National Library of

MEDLINEplus is a Web-based consumer health information resource, made. for each health topic using advanced features of the PubMed search interface.

Databases —NLM databases and other federal databases that may be useful to the general public. This section also links to the home pages of select Web sites containing comprehensive and reliable information, such as NetWellness, healthfinder, and Mayo Clinic Health Oasis.

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At the same time, avoiding duplication is difficult when multiple Web sites post the same information.

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The role of social media for patients and consumer health

8/22/2014
03:11 | Author: Cole Thomas

Pubmed consumer health
The role of social media for patients and consumer health

Contribution of the IMIA Consumer Health Informatics Working Group. OBJECTIVES: : To provide an overview on social media for consumers and patients in.

Future directions in social media research are also discussed. An overview of current users of social media (Generation Y), and potential users (such as low socioeconomic status and the chronically ill populations) is also presented. : We discuss the limitations and challenges of social media, ranging from social network sites (SNSs), computer games, mobile applications, to online videos.

: To provide an overview on social media for consumers and patients in areas of health behaviours and outcomes.

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A directed review of recent literature.

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Further, by analysing how people search and navigate social media for health purposes, infodemiology and infoveillance are promising areas of research that should provide valuable insights on present and emergening health behaviours on a population scale. : We encourage the health informatics community to consider the socioeconomic class, age, culture, and literacy level of their populations, and select an appropriate medium and platform when designing social networked interventions for health. Little is known about the impact of second-hand experiences faciliated by social media, nor the quality and safety of social networks on health. Methodologies and theories from human computer interaction, human factors engineering and psychology may help guide the challenges in designing and evaluating social networked interventions for health.

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MedlinePlus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

6/21/2014
01:28 | Author: Evan Martin

Pubmed consumer health
MedlinePlus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The service provides curated consumer health information in English and medical scientists and health care providers, including the pubmed database and.

MedlinePlus provides encyclopedic information on health and drug issues, and provides a directory of medical services. A mobile site is also available. MedlinePlus Connect links patients or providers in electronic health record (EHR) systems to related MedlinePlus information on conditions or medications.

government agencies, and health-related organizations. The service provides curated consumer health information in English and Spanish.

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PubMed for the Rest of Us - National Network of Libraries of Medicine

4/20/2014
01:25 | Author: Kate Thompson

Pubmed consumer health
PubMed for the Rest of Us - National Network of Libraries of Medicine

PubMed for the Rest of Us: Searching the Medical Literature for the Non- Michelle Eberle, Consumer Health Information Coordinator, Phone.

National Network of Libraries of Medicine National Network Office.

Marty Magee, Nebraska and Education Coordinator, New England Region.

Dana Abbey, Health Information Literacy Coordinator/Colorado, Health Information Literacy Coordinator/Colorado.

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Kelli Ham, Consumer Health and Technology Coordinator, , South Central Region.

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Terri Ottosen, Consumer Health Coordinator.

Jo-Ann Benedetti MA, MLS, AHIP, Manager of Information and Outreach Services at the Upper Hudson Library System in Albany, NY.

Emily Hurst, Technology Coordinator, , , @hurstej.

Michelle Eberle, Consumer Health Information Coordinator, Pacific Northwest Region.

This includes:. Learn how to search MEDLINE using PubMed.

Barbara Jones, Network Membership and Missouri Liaison.

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Kay Deeney, Educational Services Coordinator.

Upon successful completion of this class, each participant will receive 3 hours of continuing education credit awarded by the Medical Library Association (MLA). This course is on the list of approved courses for the MLA Consumer Health Specialization Program ( http://www.mlanet.org/education/chc/index.html ). Greater Midwest Region.

Holly Ann Burt, Outreach and Exhibits Coordinator, , Midcontinental Region.

It also covers how to obtain full-text copies of articles. This class covers basic searching; easy techniques for developing complex search strategies; PubMed's special features, such as Limits and the Clipboard; the Journals Database; the Single Citation Matcher; and MyNCBI. (3 MLA CE).

Carolyn Martin, Consumer Health Outreach Coordinator, Pacific Southwest Region.

Sheila Snow-Croft, Public Health Coordinator.

Karen Vargas, Outreach and Evaluation Coordinator, , Southeastern Atlantic Region.

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