Review of a Consumer Health Education Website

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Essay #: 063383
Total text length is 8,872 characters (approximately 6.1 pages).

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Review of a Consumer Health Education Website
The consumer health education that will be critiqued in this is the familydoctor.org website which is a website on health information for families. Users of this website are typically consumers, physicians, researchers and clinicians. There are many health education resources that provide information to consumers but tend to have inaccurate information, misconceptions, and also do not have the clarity for consumers to understand the content of the material. According to Practice Development, Inc. (2008) the Suitability Assessment of Materials instrument is a medium that is used to objectively assess the appropriateness of health information.
Discussion of qualitative criteria
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.....verall this website provides good medical information to the consumer and uses different strategies to develop the understanding of the consumer and to provide solutions for medical problems. This website does not misdirect consumers.
References
FamilyDoctor.org. (2010). Migraine Headaches: Ways to Deal with the Pain
http://familydoctor.org/online/famdocen/home/common/brain/disorders/127.html
Practice Development, Inc. (2008). Suitability Assessment of Materials for evaluation of health-related information for adults. Retrieved October 20, 2010 from http://www.beginningsguides.net/pdfs/SAM-for-Beginnings.pdf
Rankin, S.H., Stallings, K.D & London, F. (2005). Patient education in health and illness. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005