Medicine 2.0'14 Europe (Malaga, Spain)
Assessing the Credibility of Health Information on the Web: Does Health Literacy Play a Role?
Background Consumer online health information seeking has dramatically increased in the last two decades. The quality of online health information, however, is still questionable, making the trustworthiness of online health information a “hot topic” in both research and medical practice. Guidelines and quality criteria for online health information have been developed, but surprisingly little attention has been paid to how consumers, in particular people with low health literacy, evalua...
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