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International Electronic Journal of Health Education

2012 Volume 15, Number

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Online Discussion about Sexuality Education in Schools

    James T. Broadbear & Barbara C. Broadbear

    Sexuality education in schools continues to be a controversial issue although public debate has seemingly calmed in recent years. Dialogue about the value and purpose of sexuality education for... More

    pp. 16-28

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  2. Psychometric Evaluation of a Chinese Version of the eHealth Literacy Scale (eHEALS) in School Age Children

    Malcolm Koo, Cameron D. Norman & Hsiao-Mei Chang

    The eight-item eHealth Literacy Scale (eHEALS) is a previously validated scale developed to assess consumers' combined knowledge, comfort, and perceived skills at finding, evaluating, and applying ... More

    pp. 29-36

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  3. Smartphone Technology and Apps: Rapidly Changing Health Promotion

    Cynthia Kratzke & Carolyn Cox

    Despite the increased availability of smartphones and health applications (apps), little is known about smartphone technology and apps for implementation in health promotion practice. Smartphones... More

    pp. 72-82

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  4. Twitter as a Tool to Warn Others about Sobriety Checkpoints: A Pilot Observational Study

    Christopher M. Seitz, Muhsin Michael Orsini, Melodie Fearnow-Kenney, Kiki Hatzudis & David L. Wyrick

    Anecdotal evidence suggests that young people use the website Twitter as a tool to warn drivers about the locations of sobriety checkpoints. Researchers investigated this claim by independently... More

    pp. 112-119

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  5. Mhealth on Campus: Assessing Undergraduates' Attitudes and Utilization of Mobile Health Applications

    Melissa Haithcox-Dennis, Jason Brinkley, Alice Richman, Amanda DeWeese & James L. Byrd

    Mhealth is rapidly becoming a valuable tool to increase knowledge and skills that contribute to healthy behaviors. Currently, little is known about college students' ownership and use of health... More

    pp. 134-144

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