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Author: Richard L. Street,William R. Gold,Timothy R. Manning
ISBN: 0805822054
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (April 3, 1997)
Language: English
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e-Book Health Promotion and Interactive Technology: Theoretical Applications and Future Directions (Routledge Communication Series) epub download

by Richard L. Street,William R. Gold,Timothy R. Manning



Part I: Theoretical Perspectives. Rimal, Health Promotion and Interactive Technology: A Conceptual Foundation.

For Instructors Request Inspection Copy. Part I: Theoretical Perspectives. Flora, Interactive Technology Attributes in Health Promotion: Practical and Theoretical Issues. Kreuter, Using Theories in Planning Interactive Computer Programs. T. Manning, Interactive Environments for Promoting Heath. Part II: Using Interactive Technology to Improve Health.

Part I: Theoretical Perspectives.

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By Richard L. Gold, Timothy Manning. Health Promotion and Interactive Technology: Theoretical Applications and Future Directions. By Richard L. This book's purpose is to offer various perspectives relating to the development, effectiveness, and implementation of interactive computing technology for health promotion-programs and interventions aimed at improving various health-related outcomes such as involvement in care, quality of life, adherence, disease management, healthy lifestyle, and more.

Richard L. Street, William R. Gold, Timothy R. Manning

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R Epstein, RL Street . US Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Healt. 2007. The values and value of patient-centered care. RM Epstein, RL Street. The Annals of Family Medicine 9 (2), 100-103, 2011. RL Street Jr. The Routledge handbook of health communication, 77-104, 2003. Analyzing patient participation in medical encounters. RL Street Jr, B Millay. Health communication 13 (1), 61-73, 2001. RL Street, WR Gold, TR Manning.

Theoretical Applications and Future Directions. by: Richard L. Street

Theoretical Applications and Future Directions. Publisher: Routledge. Print ISBN: 9780805822045, 0805822046. eText ISBN: 9781136686214, 1136686215.

Health Promotion and Interactive Technology : Theoretical Applications and Future Directions.

Street, Jr, R. L. and Rimal, R. (1997) Health Promotion and Interactive Technology: A Conceptual Foundation, in R. Street, Jr, W. Gold, and T. Manning (eds), Health Promotion and Interactive Technology: Theoretical Applications and Future Directions, pp. 1–18. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. Part two: Fieldwork, Health Information and Libraries Journal, 19 (4): 214–25.

This book's purpose is to offer various perspectives relating to the development, effectiveness, and implementation of interactive computing technology for health promotion--programs and interventions aimed at improving various health-related outcomes such as involvement in care, quality of life, adherence, disease management, healthy lifestyle, and more. Its coverage includes: *conceptual foundations for examining how characteristics of media, messages, and users relate to one another and how interactive media can effectively and appropriately promote health outcomes; *examinations of the development, utilization, and evaluation of specific computer applications for health promotion featuring discussions of the theoretical rationale for the program, the targeted audience, research on the program's effectiveness, and implications for future program development; and *analyses of critical issues such as potential benefits and limitations of technology on the delivery of care, institutional obstacles to the adoption of computing technology, and prospects for integrating information technology into the health system.