2 edition of Health information and the consumer found in the catalog.
Health information and the consumer
|Statement||edited by Jane Griffin.|
|Contributions||Griffin, Jane., Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. Office of Health Economics.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 73p. :|
|Number of Pages||73|
Nordic walking is catching on in the United States as an exercise regimen, especially among older adults. The activity adds Winter weather, especially when it’s windy or snowy, may pose an extra challenge for people with heart disease. Smartphone software that detects blood flow changes in a person’s face may one day enable people to. Consumer health informatics examines patient information from points of view such as health literacy, consumer knowledge and education. The goal is to empower patients while giving them the knowledge they need to make their own health decisions. Consumer health informatics couples the consumers’ needs for information with their healthcare.
By law, your health information can be used and shared for speciic reasons not directly related to your care, like making sure doctors give good care, making sure nursing homes are clean and safe, reporting when the lu is in your area, or reporting as required by state or federal Size: KB. Consumer health informatics (CHI) is a sub-branch of health informatics that helps bridge the gap between patients and health resources. It is defined by the American Medical Informatics Association as "the field devoted to informatics from multiple consumer or patient views". The Consumer Health Informatics Working Group (CHIWG) of the International Medical .
Other information. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. OCLC eBooks on EBSCOhost Additional form. Print version: Rees, Alan M. Consumer health information source book. 5th ed. Phoenix, AZ: Oryx Press, ISBN: (DLC) (OCoLC) ISBN. The Medical Library at Saint Barnabas Medical Center has a strong collection of medical, nursing and allied health clinical information resources for the hospital's staff. In addition to serving the staff, the Medical Library also provides reliable Consumer Health information resources and services for patients, families, and members of the community.
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Ever since the first edition of the Consumer Health Information Source Book appeared inlibrarians have relied on it for collection development and referral information.
In its seventh edition, this classic source has kept pace with changes in both the health-care and the information-delivery : $ The survey and the subsequent Briefing (Griffin, ) raised a number of important issues about the role of health information, health professionals responsibilities and the needs of consumers.
The papers presented at the conference and published in this book. Designed for use by medical IT specialists, physicians, nurses, healthcare providers, and professors and students of medical informatics, the book's chapter highlights include patient empowerment; frameworks and models for health behavior change and patient education; patient to patient communication; patient to provider communication; privacy and.
With these two new books and the current edition of Alan Rees's Consumer Health Information Source Book (Greenwood, 6th ed.), librarians will be well prepared to meet the health information needs of the general public both titles do an excellent job of illustrating the need for quality consumer health information by: 5.
The need for consumer health information delivery is becoming more evident to librarians. The results of a user survey at a large medical center library and a metropolitan public library confirm that the general public is making demands for health information at both types of by: For the purpose of this review, we define CHI applications as any electronic tool, technology, or system that is: 1) primarily designed to interact with health information users or consumers (anyone who seeks or uses health care information for nonprofessional work) and 2) interacts directly with the consumer who provides personal health information to the CHI system and receives personalized health information.
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This book, designed for use in a classroom, will be the first textbook dedicated solely to the specific concerns of consumer health informatics. Consumer Health Informatics is an interactive text; filled with case studies and discussion questionsBrand: Deborah Lewis.
Consumer Health General Information. Consumer health information is designed for general audience. Websites that offer consumer health information are used for seeking help and more info about specific medical conditions without going to doctor’s office. Consumer health information can also be found in print editions of various medical journals.
Consumer Health Information Programs and Services: Best Practices presents examples of successful and long-standing library programs and services that provide health information to consumers—the general public, patients, and families or patients – who seek information about health and diseases.
“ Consumer health informatics ” is a branch of health informatics which analyzes users’ requirements; develops, tests and implements strategies to deliver the best possible health information; and builds user preferences into health information systems [EYS 00].
Since the s, the demand for information linked to health or to the environment has been. Health Highlights. Sports and Your Eyes. Sports-related eye injuries are serious. See what you can do to protect yourself. Taking Control of Your Mental Health. Don’t wait for your health care provider to ask about your mental health.
Use these tips to start the conversation. Consumer Reports books and guides are valuable references for making smart buying decisions, staying healthy and improving your home. Choose from a wide variety of topics such as new cars, used.
Mayo Clinic Health System Patient and visitor guide Learn about services at each Mayo Clinic location, including appointments, billing and insurance; travel. The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care (ASCSQHC) identify health literacy as important to ensure safe and high-quality health care (ACSQHC, ).
Sixty percent of Australians do not have sufficient health literacy skills to understand and interpret health information; this impacts their ability to make informed health care decisions, and, is Author: Jane Orbell-Smith. Today the internet is a rich and easily accessible source of information about consumer health — making it possible to be more informed about your health care options.
Even so, navigating the complex health care system is no easy task. To be a savvy health care consumer, you have to ask questions and take charge of your health. Alan M. Rees is the author of Consumer Health Information Source Book ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Complementary and Alte /5(2).
CONSUMER HEALTH EDUCATION Health Information is the data and facts you got from media and people including the professionals and agencies. CONSUMER HEALTH EDUCATION Health Products are those substances, materials or equipment prepared or manufactured for you to buy and use in the maintenance of health and the treatment of diseases.
The Consumer Health Library contains books and videotapes on a wide variety of consumer health topics, such as heart disease, cancer, child health, prescription drugs, aging, and much more. Material in the Consumer Health Library is indexed in Author: Amanda Scull.
Everybody needs to read this book to be an informed consumer of health related products and services. I highly reccomend it, even though I HAD to read it for a class. flag Like see review.
Katherine rated it really liked it Muratib (Mike) Fatah rated it it was amazing /5.Consumer Health Information Technology in the Home introduces designers and developers to the practical realities and complexities of managing health at home.
It provides guidance and human factors design considerations that will help designers and developers create consumer health IT applications that are useful resources to achieve better health.