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Exploring Consumer and Patient Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitude Toward Medicinal and Lifestyle Products Purchased From the Internet: A Web-Based Survey

Exploring Consumer and Patient Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitude Toward Medicinal and Lifestyle Products Purchased From the Internet: A Web-Based Survey

Retailers websites reported included (1) cosmetic retailers: All Beauty, Alvin Connor, Bodyshop, Dermashop, MAC make up, (2) health care and beauty online retailers: Boots, Healthspan, Holland and Barrett, Love Melatonan, My Protein, Superdrug, (3) online department

Sulaf Assi, Jordan Thomas, Mohamed Haffar, David Osselton

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2016;2(2):e34


“Click for Closer Care”: A Content Analysis of Community Pharmacy Websites in Four Countries

“Click for Closer Care”: A Content Analysis of Community Pharmacy Websites in Four Countries

Similarly, Boots pharmacy in the United Kingdom features a number of “online clinics” where people can obtain prescription-only medication without going to the doctor for conditions such as erectile dysfunction, period delay, and malaria prevention.Study AimsAll

Sandra Zwier

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(6):e205


Effect of Online Health Information Seeking on Anxiety in Hospitalized Pregnant Women: Cohort Study

Effect of Online Health Information Seeking on Anxiety in Hospitalized Pregnant Women: Cohort Study

anxiety levels and access to online health information between women having access to the internet during hospitalization and those who did not.MethodsStudy Design and SettingWe performed a two-center cohort study at the Departments of Obstetrics of Santa Maria

Fabiana Coglianese, Giulia Beltrame Vriz, Nicola Soriani, Gianluca Niccolò Piras, Rosanna Irene Comoretto, Laura Clemente, Jessica Fasan, Lucia Cristiano, Valentina Schiavinato, Valter Adamo, Diego Marchesoni, Dario Gregori

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(5):e16793


Implementing Mobile Health–Enabled Integrated Care for Complex Chronic Patients: Intervention Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness Study

Implementing Mobile Health–Enabled Integrated Care for Complex Chronic Patients: Intervention Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness Study

The study was conducted from July 2018 to August 2019 in Lleida, which is a large rural area of over 4300 km2, including two tertiary hospitals (University Hospital Arnau de Vilanova and University Hospital Santa Maria) and a network of 23 primary care centers

Jordi de Batlle, Mireia Massip, Eloisa Vargiu, Nuria Nadal, Araceli Fuentes, Marta Ortega Bravo, Felip Miralles, Ferran Barbé, Gerard Torres, CONNECARE-Lleida Group

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2021;9(1):e22135