"This volume explores current use of interactive communication (or eHealth) applications to promote behavior change. It focuses on the use of these technology-based interventions for public health promotion and disease prevention, takinga population-based approach. The chapters included herein provide overviews of key interactive health communication applications; present research examining a variety of technology-based applications, including computer, Internet, and mobile; and offer observations and reflections on this growing area, including dissemination of programs and future directions for the study of interactive health communication.Providing a timely and comprehensive review of current tools for health communication, eHealth Applications is a must-read for scholars, students, and researchers in health communication, public health, and health education"--Provided by publisher.
- Language + Art + Disciplines, Social Science, Medical
- Public Health, Communication, Media Studies
- March 22, 2012
- March 8, 2012