How Physicians Use Digital Media for Interaction

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Chapter 13: IT, eMRs & GroupWare


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  3. Survey: Teens and Digital Health Information

    Northwestern University recently conducted a national survey regarding teens and their approach to digital health information. Here are some key findings from the report:

    • 84% of teens have gotten health information online.
    • About a quarter (21%) of teens have used digital health tools (mobile apps, digital games, wearables).
    • 32% say they have changed their behavior due to digital health information or tools.
    • A third of teens turn to the Internet when a health issue arises to check symptoms and diagnose themselves.
    • 1 in 10 teens say they get “a lot” of health information from social networking sites.
    • Fitness (42%) and nutrition (36%) are the top health issues teens research online.

    Source: Northwestern University, June 2015


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