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International Electronic Journal of Health Education

2009 Volume 12, Number

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Evaluation of a Computer-Based Patient Education and Motivation Tool on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice towards Influenza Vaccination

    Ashish Joshi, Richard Lichenstein, James King, Mohit Arora & Salwa Khan

    The objective of this pilot study was to assess and describe changes in knowledge, attitudes and practice regarding influenza vaccination in an inner city setting using an interactive computer... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. A Critical Review of Computer-Assisted Learning in Public Health via the Internet, 1999-2008

    Kirsten W. Corda & Georgia N. L. J. Polacek

    Computers and the internet have been utilized as viable avenues for public health education delivery. Yet the effectiveness, e.g., behavior change, from use of these tools has been limited.... More

    pp. 72-85

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  3. Usability Test of an Interactive Dietary Recording

    Louisa Ming Yan Chung, Joanne Wai Yee Chung & Thomas Kwok Shing Wong

    Dietary intake methods are used to collect one's diet habit which is essential in nutrition assessment. Food diary, food frequency questionnaire (FFQ) and 24-hour recalls are the most common... More

    pp. 123-134

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  4. Exploring a Virtual Conference Web Site for Undergraduate Health Education Students

    Maureen Johnson & Mary Jane Tremethick

    Undergraduate health education students have been encouraged to attend professional conferences at the regional, state, and national levels. However, despite the benefits of attending these... More

    pp. 194-202

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