Published on in Vol 8, No 4 (2019): Oct-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12225, first published .
How Do Publicly Available Allergy-Specific Web-Based Training Programs Conform to the Established Criteria for the Reporting, Methods, and Content of Evidence-Based (Digital) Health Information and Education: Thematic Content Evaluation

How Do Publicly Available Allergy-Specific Web-Based Training Programs Conform to the Established Criteria for the Reporting, Methods, and Content of Evidence-Based (Digital) Health Information and Education: Thematic Content Evaluation

How Do Publicly Available Allergy-Specific Web-Based Training Programs Conform to the Established Criteria for the Reporting, Methods, and Content of Evidence-Based (Digital) Health Information and Education: Thematic Content Evaluation

Jonas Lander 1, BSc (hons), MA;  Karin Drixler 2, BSc, MSc;  Marie-Luise Dierks 1, PhD;  Eva Maria Bitzer 2, MD, MPH

1 Hannover Medical School, Institute for Epidemiology, Social Medicine and Health Systems Research , Hannover , DE

2 Freiburg University of Education, Department of Public Health and Health Education , Freiburg , DE

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