Published on in Vol 12 , No 2 (2010) :Apr-Jun

Dirt Cheap and Without Prescription: How Susceptible are Young US Consumers to Purchasing Drugs From Rogue Internet Pharmacies?

Dirt Cheap and Without Prescription: How Susceptible are Young US Consumers to Purchasing Drugs From Rogue Internet Pharmacies?

Dirt Cheap and Without Prescription: How Susceptible are Young US Consumers to Purchasing Drugs From Rogue Internet Pharmacies?

Journals

  1. Mackey T, Nayyar G. Digital danger: a review of the global public health, patient safety and cybersecurity threats posed by illicit online pharmacies. British Medical Bulletin 2016;118(1):110 View
  2. Salimian P, Chunara R, Weitzman E. Averting the Perfect Storm: Addressing Youth Substance Use Risk From Social Media Use. Pediatric Annals 2014;43(10) View
  3. Phillips J, Ogeil R, Chow Y, Blaszczynski A. Gambling Involvement and Increased Risk of Gambling Problems. Journal of Gambling Studies 2013;29(4):601 View
  4. Assi S, Thomas J, Haffar M, Osselton D. Exploring Consumer and Patient Knowledge, Behavior, and Attitude Toward Medicinal and Lifestyle Products Purchased From the Internet: A Web-Based Survey. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2016;2(2):e34 View
  5. Fittler A, Vida R, Káplár M, Botz L. Consumers Turning to the Internet Pharmacy Market: Cross-Sectional Study on the Frequency and Attitudes of Hungarian Patients Purchasing Medications Online. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(8):e11115 View
  6. Orsolini L, Francesconi G, Papanti D, Giorgetti A, Schifano F. Profiling online recreational/prescription drugs' customers and overview of drug vending virtual marketplaces. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental 2015;30(4):302 View
  7. Mackey T, Liang B, Strathdee S. Digital Social Media, Youth, and Nonmedical Use of Prescription Drugs: The Need for Reform. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(7):e143 View
  8. Griebel L, Enwald H, Gilstad H, Pohl A, Moreland J, Sedlmayr M. eHealth literacy research—Quo vadis?. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2018;43(4):427 View
  9. Fittler A, Bősze G, Botz L. Evaluating Aspects of Online Medication Safety in Long-Term Follow-Up of 136 Internet Pharmacies: Illegal Rogue Online Pharmacies Flourish and Are Long-Lived. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(9):e199 View
  10. Mackey T, Nayyar G. A review of existing and emerging digital technologies to combat the global trade in fake medicines. Expert Opinion on Drug Safety 2017;16(5):587 View
  11. Keene S. Cyberspace Chat: When finasteride suddenly stops working—is it counterfeit?. International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery 2013;23(6):221 View
  12. Leontiadis N, Hutchings A. Scripting the crime commission process in the illicit online prescription drug trade. Journal of Cybersecurity 2015:tyv006 View
  13. Grujić J, Morača S, Fajsi A. Analysis of Risk Factors in the Channels of Drug Distribution: Professional Perspectives. Sustainability 2020;12(11):4787 View
  14. Kennedy J, Wilson J. Clicking Into Harm’s Way: The Decision to Purchase Regulated Goods Online. American Behavioral Scientist 2017;61(11):1358 View
  15. Revannasiddaiah S, Rastogi M, Thakur P. Male alopecia, finasteride, and cancer risk. Community Oncology 2012;9(2):65 View
  16. Muntinga T, Taylor G. Information-Seeking Strategies in Medicine Queries: A Clinical Eye-Tracking Study with Gaze-Cued Retrospective Think-Aloud Protocol. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2018;34(6):506 View
  17. Stellefson M, Hanik B, Chaney J, Tennant B. Analysis of eHealth Search Perspectives Among Female College Students in the Health Professions Using Q Methodology. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(2):e60 View
  18. Stellefson M, Hanik B, Chaney B, Chaney D, Tennant B, Chavarria E. eHealth Literacy Among College Students: A Systematic Review With Implications for eHealth Education. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(4):e102 View
  19. Orizio G, Merla A, Schulz P, Gelatti U. Quality of Online Pharmacies and Websites Selling Prescription Drugs: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(3):e74 View
  20. Park H, Lee E. Self-reported eHealth literacy among undergraduate nursing students in South Korea: A pilot study. Nurse Education Today 2015;35(2):408 View
  21. Monteith S, Glenn T, Bauer R, Conell J, Bauer M. Availability of prescription drugs for bipolar disorder at online pharmacies. Journal of Affective Disorders 2016;193:59 View
  22. Bianchini C, Truccolo I, Bidoli E, Mazzocut M. Avoiding misleading information: A study of complementary medicine online information for cancer patients. Library & Information Science Research 2019;41(1):67 View
  23. Mackey T, Liang B. Global Reach of Direct-to-Consumer Advertising Using Social Media for Illicit Online Drug Sales. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e105 View
  24. Tubaishat A, Habiballah L. eHealth literacy among undergraduate nursing students. Nurse Education Today 2016;42:47 View
  25. Michael White C. Counterfeit drugs: A major issue for vulnerable citizens throughout the world and in the United States. Journal of the American Pharmacists Association 2021;61(1):e93 View
  26. Brijnath B. Pills, pluralism, risk and citizenship: Theorising e-pharmacies. BioSocieties 2012;7(3):294 View
  27. Neumark Y, Lopez-Quintero C, Feldman B, Hirsch Allen A, Shtarkshall R. Online Health Information Seeking Among Jewish and Arab Adolescents in Israel: Results From a National School Survey. Journal of Health Communication 2013;18(9):1097 View
  28. Lai C, Deber R, Jadad A, Shachak A. Income-Generating Processes of Free Web-Based Digital Health Tools to Engage Patients: Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(2):e23654 View
  29. Noun M, Nasr L, Khan I, Arafat B, Assi S. Knowledge and perspectives of the public towards the prevalence and harm associated with counterfeit medicines in Lebanon. Emerging Trends in Drugs, Addictions, and Health 2021;1:100019 View
  30. Kennedy J, Rorie M, Benson M. COVID‐19 frauds: An exploratory study of victimization during a global crisis. Criminology & Public Policy 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Hampshire K. Play, Recreation, Health and Well Being. View
  2. Smith S, Garlich F. Novel Psychoactive Substances. View
  3. Kaplan L, Brown M, Crigger N, Kessler E. The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse as a Prescriber. View
  4. Orizio G, Gelatti U. Encyclopedia of Cyber Behavior. View
  5. Hampshire K. Play and Recreation, Health and Wellbeing. View
  6. Baratto G. The Illegal Trade of Medicines on Social Media. View
  7. Pfadenhauer M, Eisewicht P. Transnationale Vergesellschaftungen. View
  8. Dwyer N. Online Credibility and Digital Ethos. View