Evidence based mental health and Web 2.0

  title={Evidence based mental health and Web 2.0},
  author={Stephen K Ginn},
  journal={Evidence Based Mental Health},
  pages={69 - 72}
  • Stephen K Ginn
  • Published 2010
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Evidence Based Mental Health
  • Since its introduction in the early 1990s, the web has evolved significantly. Initially, most websites had a passive user role and either displayed static information or facilitated online transactions. However, recently the web has become more interactive and many of the most popular websites are now online applications which depend heavily on user participation. This participatory model of web usage has come to be loosely known as ‘Web 2.0’ and the initial non-participatory web… CONTINUE READING
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