Published on in Vol 4, No 4 (2015): Oct-Dec

Third Molars on the Internet: A Guide for Assessing Information Quality and Readability

Third Molars on the Internet: A Guide for Assessing Information Quality and Readability

Third Molars on the Internet: A Guide for Assessing Information Quality and Readability

Journals

  1. Dee E, Varady N. Radiation Oncology Online: Quality, Strategies, and Disparities. Journal of Cancer Education 2020;35(5):988 View
  2. Dee E, Varady N, Katz J, Buchmiller T. Disparity in online health information in pediatric vs. adult surgical conditions. Pediatric Surgery International 2019;35(7):813 View
  3. Meade M, Dreyer C. Web‐based information on orthodontic clear aligners: a qualitative and readability assessment. Australian Dental Journal 2020;65(3):225 View
  4. Rossi-Fedele G, Musu D, Cotti E, Doğramacı E. Root Canal Treatment versus Single-Tooth Implant: A Systematic Review of Internet Content. Journal of Endodontics 2016;42(6):846 View
  5. Barber S, Pavitt S, Meads D, Khambay B, Bekker H. Assessment of information resources for people with hypodontia. BDJ Open 2018;4(1) View
  6. Ansari M, Hamzehei R, Valizadeh-Haghi S. Persian language health websites on Ebola disease: less credible than you think?. Journal of the Egyptian Public Health Association 2020;95(1) View
  7. Nath C, Huh J, Adupa A, Jonnalagadda S. Website Sharing in Online Health Communities: A Descriptive Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2016;18(1):e11 View
  8. Hanna K, Sambrook P, Armfield J, Brennan D. Internet use, online information seeking and knowledge among third molar patients attending public dental services. Australian Dental Journal 2017;62(3):323 View
  9. Davaris M, Barnett S, Abouassaly R, Lawrentschuk N. Thoracic Surgery Information on the Internet: A Multilingual Quality Assessment. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2017;6(1):e5 View
  10. Dee E, Lee G. Adverse Effects of Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy for Common Malignancies: What Is the Quality of Information Patients Are Finding Online?. Journal of Cancer Education 2021;36(1):178 View
  11. Kidy S, McGoldrick D, Stockton P. YouTube™ as a source of information on extraction of third molars. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 2021 View
  12. Valizadeh-Haghi S, Rahmatizadeh S, Soleimaninejad A, Mousavi Shirazi S, Mollaei P. Are health websites credible enough for elderly self-education in the most prevalent elderly diseases?. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2021;21(1) View