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Predictors of Self and Surrogate Online Health Information Seeking in Family Caregivers to Cancer Survivors
  • Y. Oh
  • Medicine
  • Social work in health care
  • 26 November 2015
TLDR
The results suggest that family caregivers’ self and surrogate OHIS are predicted by common factors, as well as predicted by different specific factors. Expand
Examining the Relationships Between Resources and Online Health Information Seeking Among Patients With Chronic Diseases and Healthy People
TLDR
Patients’ various resources (e.g., age, income, education, having a smartphone, and health tracking) significantly predicted their self- rated health and OHIS; in addition, self-rated health significantly mediated the relationships between focal resources andOHIS. Expand
Investigating Relationships Between Health-Related Problems and Online Health Information Seeking
  • Y. Oh, N. Song
  • Medicine
  • Computers, informatics, nursing : CIN
  • 2017
TLDR
Study findings support the idea that individuals' low levels of self-rated health and high levels of perceived psychological distress make people search for health-related information via the Internet in order to cope with health- related concern and distress. Expand
Communications with health professionals and psychological distress in family caregivers to cancer patients: A model based on stress-coping theory.
  • Y. Oh
  • Medicine
  • Applied nursing research : ANR
  • 1 February 2017
TLDR
It is indicated that as a coping resource, self-efficacy in health information seeking, plays a significant role in reducing the effects of negative communication with health professionals on psychological distress in family caregivers. Expand
Predictors of Smartphone Uses for Health Information Seeking in the Korean Elderly
TLDR
SHIS was significantly predicted by younger age, higher education levels, having a regular exercise, higher medical expenditures, and health literacy in the Korean elderly. Expand
Review of studies on spousal caregivers of frail spouses in South Korea
The first aim of this study is to review and critique the empirical literature on dyadic problems of spousal caregivers. A total of 18 relevant studies published between 1990 and 2015 were identifiedExpand
Predictors of Online Health Information Seeking Behavior and Health Information Seeking Experience of Elderly Cancer Survivors Using the Internet
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