Published on in Vol 2 , No 1 (2013) :Jan-Jun

User Perceptions of a Dementia Risk Reduction Website and Its Promotion of Behavior Change

User Perceptions of a Dementia Risk Reduction Website and Its Promotion of Behavior Change

User Perceptions of a Dementia Risk Reduction Website and Its Promotion of Behavior Change

Authors of this article:

Maree Farrow 1, 2

Journals

  1. O'Connor E, Farrow M, Hatherly C. Randomized Comparison of Mobile and Web-Tools to Provide Dementia Risk Reduction Education: Use, Engagement and Participant Satisfaction. JMIR Mental Health 2014;1(1):e4 View
  2. Bogolepova A. People’s knowledge about dementia. Zhurnal nevrologii i psikhiatrii im. S.S. Korsakova 2015;115(6):97 View
  3. Dalmer N, Campbell D. Communicating with library patrons and people with dementia: Tracing an ethic of care in professional communication guidelines. Dementia 2020;19(3):899 View
  4. Chew S, Khoo C. Comparison of drug information on consumer drug review sites versus authoritative health information websites. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2016;67(2):333 View
  5. Heger I, Köhler S, van Boxtel M, de Vugt M, Hajema K, Verhey F, Deckers K. Raising awareness for dementia risk reduction through a public health campaign: a pre-post study. BMJ Open 2020;10(11):e041211 View
  6. Van Asbroeck S, van Boxtel M, Steyaert J, Köhler S, Heger I, de Vugt M, Verhey F, Deckers K. Increasing knowledge on dementia risk reduction in the general population: Results of a public awareness campaign. Preventive Medicine 2021;147:106522 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ni C, Gong X. Rationalist Bias in Communication Theory. View