- Socio-historical, legal, and ethical implications of E-mail for the
- The origin, content, and workload of E-mail consultations.
- Online counseling for substance abuse. Read► Slides►
- Quality of web based information on treatment of depression
- Web sentiment & social media marketing
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- Summarize the evidence regarding physicians' use of email.
- Describe the effort it takes to respond with an email?
What takes time, whose time and how long a time.
- What happened to Toucan? How long it took to work out
technological problems? Did she relapse? Was the technology
useful after the relapse?
- What is the impact of online social support and counseling?
- What is the difference of online counseling and social
- What is the difference of reports based on patient comments and
- How can patient comments provide numerical benchmarks of
- Why do real time surveys matter?
- Given complaints for the DC OB-GYN, rank order the physicians in
order of daily probability of complaint.
Online relapse prevention
Online recovery teams
- Effects of Internet behavioral counseling on weight loss in adults at risk for
type 2 diabetes
- Using Internet technology to deliver a behavioral weight loss program