3 edition of A Guide to Healthcare Resources on the Internet found in the catalog.
by Royal Society of Medicine Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||112|
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Health Care Resources on the Internet: A Guide for Librarians and Health Care Consumers discusses how to locate, evaluate, and use health care information available in online form.
As expectations shift from finding information in books to locating it on the World Wide Web, Health Care Resources on the Internet provides you with the skills you need.3/5(1). In addition to providing information about many valuable and reliable health-related Websites, the authors of Health Care Resources on the Internet provide background information necessary to understanding the Internet and suggest sound strategies for locating information using general search engines.
After reading this book, individual searchers will be able to explore the Internet Author: Sue Hollander. A guide to healthcare resources on the Internet. [Robert Kiley;] -- This guide contains information on Internet resources for a variety of health related areas such as women's health, mental health, pharmacology, oncology and genomics.
Guide to health care resources on the Internet: Responsibility: [edited by John W. Hoben]. This guide serves as an excellent introduction to consumer health resources on the web.
It is definitely a better value than the expensive Patient Resources on the Internet (Faulkner & Gray, ), which is more about the topic than a directory. This comprehensive guide, Tech Giants in Healthcare, clarifies how and why big tech companies step into healthcare, and breaks it down from one market player to the other in what direction they are going, what tools they are using and what horizons they have in front of them.
With a COVID special edition now. Get it on Leanpub. Health Care Resources on the Internet: A Guide for Librarians and Health Care Consumers: : M. Wood: Books. As a general rule, health and medical information websites sponsored by the U.S.
government, not-for-profit health or medical organizations, and university medical centers are the most reliable resources on the Internet.
FWIW, the first half of the book is more of a history of American healthcare and explanation of how insurance works that is relatively unbiased.
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A parent’s guide to health information on the Internet. The Internet can be a rich source of information on child and youth health. But it isn’t always clear whether the information is reliable.
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It explains not only how to find the best information resources quickly and effectively, but also how to customise Internet tools to your own personal requirements. Both authors have been associated with the development of OMNI (Organising .ipl2 - merger of the collections of resources from the Internet Public Library (IPL) and the Librarians' Internet Index (LII) websites, hosted by Drexel University College of Information Science and Technology; Refdesk - free and family-friendly web site that indexes and reviews quality, credible, and current web-based resources.