Published on in Vol 13, No 4 (2011): Oct-Dec

Beyond Readability: Investigating Coherence of Clinical Text for Consumers

Beyond Readability: Investigating Coherence of Clinical Text for Consumers

Beyond Readability: Investigating Coherence of Clinical Text for Consumers

Journals

  1. Ryan M, Costa P, Cruz A. Under what conditions can a nonprescription drug label serve as refutation text? The role of directed attention and processing strategy. Health Psychology Open 2017;4(2):205510291773067 View
  2. McEnteggart G, Naeem M, Skierkowski D, Baird G, Ahn S, Soares G. Readability of Online Patient Education Materials Related to IR. Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology 2015;26(8):1164 View
  3. Ryan M, Costello-White R. Does the Drug Facts Label for nonprescription drugs meet its design objectives? A new procedure for assessing label effectiveness. Health Psychology Open 2017;4(2):205510291772033 View
  4. Pownell J, Larson L, Neago D, Pesch M, Ayres S, Austin R. Using Readability to Explore Data Privacy Statements Within Mobile Health Applications. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2020;38(5):217 View
  5. Park A, Conway M. Harnessing Reddit to Understand the Written-Communication Challenges Experienced by Individuals With Mental Health Disorders: Analysis of Texts From Mental Health Communities. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(4):e121 View
  6. Liu C, Rawl S. Effects of Text Cohesion on Comprehension and Retention of Colorectal Cancer Screening Information: A Preliminary Study. Journal of Health Communication 2012;17(sup3):222 View
  7. Park A, Zhu S, Conway M. The Readability of Electronic Cigarette Health Information and Advice: A Quantitative Analysis of Web-Based Information. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2017;3(1):e1 View
  8. Alderson J, O'Neil D, Redmond C, Mulholland D, Lee M. Varicocele Embolization: An Assessment of the Quality and Readability of Online Patient Information. Academic Radiology 2020;27(6):841 View
  9. Sakai Y. The role of readability in effective health communication: an experiment using a Japanese health information text on chronic suppurative otitis media. Health Information & Libraries Journal 2013;30(3):220 View
  10. Lee R, O’Neill D, Brassil M, Alderson J, Lee M. Pelvic vein embolization: an assessment of the readability and quality of online information for patients. CVIR Endovascular 2020;3(1) View
  11. Wu D, Hanauer D, Mei Q, Clark P, An L, Proulx J, Zeng Q, Vydiswaran V, Collins-Thompson K, Zheng K. Assessing the readability of ClinicalTrials.gov. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016;23(2):269 View
  12. Atcherson S, DeLaune A, Hadden K, Zraick R, Kelly-Campbell R, Minaya C. A Computer-Based Readability Analysis of Consumer Materials on the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Website. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders 2014;41(Spring):12 View
  13. Keselman A, Smith C. A classification of errors in lay comprehension of medical documents. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2012;45(6):1151 View
  14. Zraick R, Azios M, Handley M, Bellon-Harn M, Manchaiah V. Quality and readability of internet information about stuttering. Journal of Fluency Disorders 2021;67:105824 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Keselman A, Hundal S, Smith C. Science | Environment | Health. View
  2. Balouchi S, Keshavjee K, Zbib A, Vassanji K, Toor J. Health Literacy. View
  3. Balouchi S, Keshavjee K, Zbib A, Vassanji K, Toor J. Social Media and Mobile Technologies for Healthcare. View
  4. Balouchi S, Keshavjee K, Zbib A, Vassanji K, Toor J. Healthcare Ethics and Training. View