Pierre Prémont

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The aim of this research is to determine the kinds of health-related information that patients seek more often from websites written in English, and at which stages of the healthcare decisional process they use this information more intensively. A quantitative study was performed. Canadian English-speaking patients who have long-term diseases and who use(More)
Since the Internet is known as an excellent source of information, it can certainly offer immense information on various health topics. Consequently, the Internet could contribute to making patients become more active participants in their provisions for healthcare. The aim of this paper is to study the impact on consuming healthcare resources when a(More)
Background: The Internet is becoming an important source of information for patients and clinicians [1]. Indeed, some statistics reveal that more than 93 million American people looked for health information on the Internet in 2002 [2]. Patients find on the Internet some answers to their health-related questions. So, many researchers in the fields of(More)
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