Publications:
Role of Internet Technology in Enhancing Patients’ Health Care Communication with Medical Professionals

This paper discusses the emerging role of the Internet technology in the management of personal health care and the role of internet illness discussion groups in promoting proactive patient role.

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Health Care in Networked World: Role of Information and Communication Technologies in Changing Health Care

Advances in information technologies are leading to health care revolution. This paper discusses applications of internet technology into personal health care management and how it affects patient health care services.

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Life Course Perspective on Coping with a Life Threatening Chronic Illness: Outcome Based Age Comparisons

This research explored the degree to which psychological outcomes of coping with cancer are linked with the ‘temporality’ of cancer diagnosis.

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Does Participation in Internet Cancer Support Groups Help You Cope Better? Internet-Mediated Social Support and Reported Benefits

The Internet is bringing about social changes in contemporary social interactions. The research presented in this article explores perceived benefits of Internet mediated support communication in cancer networks.

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Digital Diversity or Digital Divide: An Exploratory Research on Age, Gender, Race and Income Characteristics of Online Health Information Users

This paper presents results of a study with online cancer patients. Results are indicative of race, age, social class-based digital divide in regards to utilization of health information web sites.

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