Evaluating health information on the Internet

Learn how to evaluate the quality of information sources online

How can you tell if health-related information on the internet is of high quality? Quality is a complex concept for various reasons : the definition of the term itself, the specificity of Internet health information, the different actors involved. In this video tutorial EURORDIS volunteer David Oziel talks about defining quality and the many catalogues and guidelines that exist to help internet searchers

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