Surfing for juvenile idiopathic arthritis: perspectives on quality and content of information on the Internet.

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OBJECTIVE To determine the quality and content of English language Internet information about juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) from the perspectives of consumers and healthcare professionals. METHODS Key words relevant to JIA were searched across 10 search engines. Quality of information was appraised independently by 2 health professionals, 1 young… (More)
DOI: 10.3899/jrheum.081010

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@article{Stinson2009SurfingFJ, title={Surfing for juvenile idiopathic arthritis: perspectives on quality and content of information on the Internet.}, author={Jennifer N. Stinson and Lori B. Tucker and Adam M. Huber and Heather M. Harris and Carmen Lin and Lindsay Cohen and Navreet K Gill and Jacqueline Lukas-Bretzler and Laurie Proulx and David Prowten}, journal={The Journal of rheumatology}, year={2009}, volume={36 8}, pages={1755-62} }