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Towards understanding consumers' quality evaluation of online health information: A case study

Zequn Ye, Jacek Gwizdka, Carla Teixeira Lopes, Yan Zhang
2017 Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology  
We present a case study of quality evaluation of online health information.  ...  Two participants were selected from a health information search (HIS) study, in which we are investigating consumers' evaluation of the quality of online health information.  ...  A retrospective think-aloud (RTA) session was performed after the completion of all the five tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1002/pra2.2017.14505401178 dblp:conf/asist/YeGLZ17 fatcat:zi6qt3frsvhfvp5ludg6kifmi4

Anxiety, Knowledge and Help: A Model for How Black and White College Students Search for HIV/AIDS Information on the Internet

Kim Smith
2014 The Qualitative Report  
Eighty percent of students regardless of race did not know how to properly search for online health information.  ...  Using the "think aloud" protocol, which allows for the collection of data in real time, the researcher audio taped comments from 13 white college students from a predominately white university in the Southeastern  ...  Eight of them (53%) were female, seven (47%) were male As a part of the study, students also filled out a four-item pre and a 27-item post "think aloud" survey, to gather information beyond the "think  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2011.1041 fatcat:nqt3urcxorfqlg4djijg7cje64

Influences on the uptake of health and wellbeing apps and curated app portals: a think aloud and interview study

Dorothy Szinay
2021 Qeios  
Results: Searching for health and wellbeing apps online was described as a 'minefield'.  ...  Results: Searching for health and wellbeing apps online was described as a 'minefield'.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank to all participants for their contribution to the study.  ... 
doi:10.32388/734ocf fatcat:x2xgfkrrgfce7kypk53jt2ictq

Rural Breast Cancer Patients and Survivor's Perspectives using Online Health Resources

Natalie Birchwood
2013 Journal of Womens Health Issues and Care  
Methods: This qualitative study used "think-aloud" interviews with rural breast cancer patients and survivors to examine the thought process used to select online breast cancer information.  ...  Objective: The study investigates rural breast cancer patients' and survivors' motivations to seek online information, ability to use the Internet as a health information source, barriers to finding the  ...  This pilot study used a think-aloud approach to analyze the Internet search strategies of participants.  ... 
doi:10.4172/2325-9795.1000124 fatcat:unutmfjecvduxk3jncv276q6mq

Health Misinformation in Search and Social Media

Amira Ghenai
2017 Proceedings of the 40th International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval - SIGIR '17  
We examined how people use these platforms to search for and share health information.  ...  I understand that my thesis may be made electronically available to the public. iii Statement of Contributions Related to the work conducted about health misinformation in social media, I collaborated  ...  Extending the work proposed in Chapter 4, it would be interesting to identify who is spreading such information and how it is reaching the public.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3077136.3084153 dblp:conf/sigir/Ghenai17 fatcat:na5rjxfgw5e6togqpdkgwmk4se

Usability and Engagement Evaluation of an Unguided Online Program for Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle and Reducing the Risk for Eating Disorders and Obesity in the School Setting

Martina Nitsch, Tanja Adamcik, Stefanie Kuso, Michael Zeiler, Karin Waldherr
2019 Nutrients  
A mixed-methods approach was chosen, consisting of a think-aloud task, a semi-structured interview, and a questionnaire including items on sociodemographic characteristics and the System Usability Scale  ...  Implementing integrated online prevention to reduce the risk of both obesity and eating disorders, in the school setting, is a promising approach.  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to thank the participants, without whom this study would not be possible and Ursula Fitsch for transcribing the interviews.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nu11040713 fatcat:3voxbexx3jauzmka7fej76jigm

Using Eye Trackers for Usability Evaluation of Health Information Technology: A Systematic Literature Review

Onur Asan, Yushi Yang
2015 JMIR Human Factors  
Eye-tracking technology has been used to measure human cognitive processes and has the potential to improve the usability of health information technology (HIT).  ...  Objective: The objective of this study was to report on HIT evaluation studies that have used eye-tracker technology, and to envision the potential use of eye-tracking technology in future research.  ...  We would also like to thank Beth Schewe for her contribution to the paper. Conflicts of Interest None declared.  ... 
doi:10.2196/humanfactors.4062 pmid:27026079 pmcid:PMC4797658 fatcat:tcpvss4czbcsxcnwbhkavkudlq

Supporting antidepressant discontinuation: the development and optimisation of a digital intervention for patients in UK primary care using a theory, evidence and person-based approach

Hannah M Bowers, Tony Kendrick, Marta Glowacka, Samantha Williams, Geraldine Leydon, Carl May, Chris Dowrick, Joanna Moncrieff, Rebecca Laine, Yvonne Nestoriuc, Gerhard Andersson, Adam W A Geraghty
2020 BMJ Open  
Our optimisation phase consisted of 'think aloud' interviews where the intervention was iteratively refined.ResultsThe qualitative systematic review and in-depth qualitative study highlighted the centrality  ...  South of England.ParticipantsFifteen participants with a range of antidepressant experience took part in 'think aloud' interviews for intervention optimisation.InterventionOur digital intervention prototype  ...  MG developed the intervention into a digital format using Lifeguide software and led on intervention testing. Think aloud interviews were conducted by HMB, SW and TK.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2019-032312 pmid:32152159 pmcid:PMC7064123 fatcat:5ucxz6mfgrg3ldkgkqx7rthemu

Combining multivariate statistics and the think-aloud protocol to assess Human-Computer Interaction barriers in symptom checkers

Luis Marco-Ruiz, Erlend Bønes, Estela de la Asunción, Elia Gabarron, Juan Carlos Aviles-Solis, Eunji Lee, Vicente Traver, Keiichi Sato, Johan G. Bellika
2017 Journal of Biomedical Informatics  
Combining multivariate statistics and the think-aloud protocol to assess Human-Computer Interaction barriers in symptom checkers.  ...  ] that users need to understand to provide accurate communication about their health conditions.  ...  Additional issues unveiled by the think-aloud procedure In addition to allowing us to understand why some sections and symptoms had negative or positive contributions to TAM_PC and VOC_PC, the think-aloud  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jbi.2017.09.002 pmid:28893671 fatcat:qerkitlxfvb5ro7sk63owpk2xa

Engaging Community Stakeholders to Evaluate the Design, Usability, and Acceptability of a Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Social Media Resource Center

Michael Stellefson, Beth Chaney, Don Chaney, Samantha Paige, Caroline Payne-Purvis, Bethany Tennant, Kim Walsh-Childers, PS Sriram, Julia Alber
2015 JMIR Research Protocols  
Objective: The purpose of this study was to incorporate community-engagement principles within a mixed-method research design to evaluate the usability and acceptability of a self-tailored social media  ...  Methods: A multiphase sequential design (qual → QUANT → quant + QUAL) was incorporated into the current study, whereby a small-scale qualitative (qual) study informed the design of a social media website  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the NIH (NCATS) CTSA awards to the University of Florida UL1TR000064 and KL2TR000065. Conflicts of Interest None declared.  ... 
doi:10.2196/resprot.3959 pmid:25630449 pmcid:PMC4336200 fatcat:w4e2wibrffc33lmyb3uxrs4cbm

Smokers' and drinkers' choice of smartphone applications and expectations of engagement: a think aloud and interview study

Olga Perski, Ann Blandford, Harveen Kaur Ubhi, Robert West, Susan Michie
2017 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
of their choice whilst thinking aloud.  ...  Rather, one of the most common methods of finding new apps is to search an online store.  ...  We also acknowledge the members of UCL's Health Psychology Research Group for providing invaluable feedback on an early draft of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-017-0422-8 pmid:28241759 pmcid:PMC5329928 fatcat:4xyhfpiti5b3bb5k5767uakcou

The Use of General Health Apps Among Users with Specific Conditions: Why College Women with Disordered Eating Adopt Food Diary Apps

Elizabeth V Eikey, Kayla M Booth, Yunan Chen, Kai Zheng
2018 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
There is a myriad of mobile health applications designed to address a variety of health conditions.  ...  We investigate the types of health apps they use and how they choose them, focusing on the role of motivations and search behavior.  ...  DGE1255832) and the National Center for Research Resources and the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, National Institutes of Health (NIH) (Grant UL1 TR001414).  ... 
pmid:30815166 pmcid:PMC6371267 fatcat:myjevirbdrb3lnjtrasanhrjfy

Build a Better Mouse: Directly-Observed Issues in Computer Use for Adults with SMI

Anne C. Black, Kristin L. Serowik, Jean J. Schensul, Anne M. Bowen, Marc I. Rosen
2012 Psychiatric quarterly  
In the current study, 28 psychiatric outpatients with co-occurring cocaine use were interviewed about their computer use and opinions, and 25 were then directly observed using task analysis and think aloud  ...  methods as they navigated a multi-component health informational website.  ...  Acknowledgments This study was funded by National Institute on Drug Abuse: R01DA12952, R01DA025613.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11126-012-9229-z pmid:22711454 pmcid:PMC3960716 fatcat:hby4zkbncfhzveqwp4dby62jyi

The use of cognitive task analysis in clinical and health services research — a systematic review

Lizzie Swaby, Peiyao Shu, Daniel Hind, Katie Sutherland
2022 Pilot and Feasibility Studies  
Studies used interviews, observation, think-aloud exercises, surveys, focus groups and a range of more CTA-specific methodologies such as the systematic human error reduction and prediction approach.  ...  We searched MEDLINE, EMBASE and PsycINFO from inception to 2019 for primary research studies which described the use of CTA methods to understand how qualified clinicians made clinical decisions in real-world  ...  using specific cases or think-aloud for a theoretical process.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40814-022-01002-6 pmid:35260195 pmcid:PMC8903544 fatcat:kcp4hjumkrharialg5kseu55ym

Improving Understanding of Screening Questions for Social Risk and Social Need Among Emergency Department Patients

Gia Ciccolo, Alexa Curt, Carlos A Camargo, Margaret Samuels-Kalow
2020 Western Journal of Emergency Medicine  
Iterative cycles of cognitive interviews with purposively sampled participants were performed using a hybrid model of think-aloud and verbal probing to understand/experience answering questions and potential  ...  Therefore, the goal of this study was to create a brief social screening tool for use in EDs.  ...  All "think aloud" and "verbal probing" responses were reviewed and a cycle was complete when no new responses were given. All changes to the survey were made by consensus of the study team.  ... 
doi:10.5811/westjem.2020.5.46536 pmid:32970571 pmcid:PMC7514400 fatcat:fm23ek3zp5drvnzoocyib42cay
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