John A. Waldon

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This project investigates public attitudes towards sharing confidential personal health information held in electronic health records (EHRs). The project uses computer assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) to conduct a quantitative national survey of the attitudes of New Zealanders towards access to their personal health information using vignettes.(More)
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OBJECTIVES In light of recent health policy, to examine factors which influence the public's willingness to consent to share their health information in a national electronic health record (EHR). DESIGN Data were collected in a national telephone survey in 2008. Respondents were presented with vignettes that described situations in which their health(More)
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