Ensure you inform your client to be aware of country of origin of the website they are using as it will affect things such as spelling and medication recommendations/registrations.
NB: Clinicians are recommended to review content to ensure compliance with Australian protocols and drug recommendations before providing patient information handouts to patients or clients.
How Dr Google Is impacting parental medical decision making. / Stukus, D.R. Immunology and Allergy Clinics of North America, v.39 (4) 2019, pp. 583-591.
Impact of the Internet on patient-physician communication / Langford, A.T., (et al). European Urology Focus, (Article in press), 2019.
Medical Misinformation on Social Media: Cognitive Bias, Pseudo-Peer Review, and the Good Intentions Hypothesis. / Trethewey, S.P. Circulation, v.140 (4) 2019, pp. 1131-1133.
Countering Vaccine Misinformation./ Danielson L, Marcus B, Boyle L. American Journal of Nursing, v. 119 (10) 2019, pp. 50-55.
|There are many other quality consumer health sites, these are just a starter. If you
require further information or sources, clinicians please contact your Health Librarian.
Health consumers are advised to consult their health professional.