Hepatitis B virus infections are an important health problem in the Turkish community in the Netherlands. Screening for hepatitis B should be promoted through public health interventions, which take into account the socio-cultural and behavioural determinants that influence screening. The Intervention Mapping protocol was used to develop a culturally tailored Internet intervention for first-generation Turkish immigrants in Rotterdam, aged 16–40 year.
The importance of encouragement and systematic support of breastfeeding as a world-wide public health issue is recognised in the joint World Health Organization and UNICEF Innocenti Declaration as well as the current Australian dietary guidelines.1,2...
The explosive growth of Facebook and MySpace illustrates the market for electronic tools to enhance communication and collaboration. Could there possibly be another workplace more in need of social networking tools than the modern hospital?
Athens, Georgia-area hospital Athens Regional Health Services recently started including QR (Quick Response) codes in its print advertisements to encourage women to sign up for mammograms, according to a report from the Athens Banner-Herald. Smartphone users can take a picture of the QR code with their phones, which then send their mobile web browsers directly to the facility’s website to sign up for a mammogram appointment. In order to read QR codes, users need to download a QR scanner application.
WASHINGTON — Mobile health technology may help patients, particularly those with Type 2 diabetes, better manage their condition, according to a new study conducted by University of Maryland School of Medicine researchers.
Few concepts in information technology create more confusion than Web 2.0. The truth is that Web 2.0 is a difficult term to define, even for web experts.1 Nebulous phrases like “the web as platform” and “architecture of participation” are often used to describe Web 2.0. Medical librarians suggest that rather than intrinsic benefits of the platform itself, it's the spirit of open sharing and collaboration that is paramount.2
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