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Vol 12, No 2-3 (2015)

Telemedicine/e-health as mediated communication

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Guest edited by Srikant Sarangi and Rolf Wynn

Table of Contents


Telemedicine/e-health as mediated communication PDF
Srikant Sarangi , Rolf Wynn 107–116


The relevance of existing health communication models in the email age: An integrative literature review PDF
Antoinette Mary Fage-Butler , Matilde Nisbeth Jensen 117–128
Conceptualizing ‘role’ in patient-engaging e-health: A cross-disciplinary review of the literature PDF
Henriette Langstrup , Anja Elkjær Rahbek 129–143
Participatory research design in mobile health: Tablet devices for diabetes self-management PDF
Sally Jane Burford , Sora Park , Paresh Dawda , John Burns 145–156
Involving patients, families and medical staff in the evaluation of 3D printing models of congenital heart disease PDF
Giovanni Biglino , Claudio Capelli , Lindsay-Kay Leaver , Silvia Schievano , Andrew M. Taylor , Jo Wray 157–169
‘Shift’ ‘n ‘control’: The computer as a third interactant in Spanish-language medical consultations PDF
Ryan Goble , Caroline Vickers 171–185
Exploring web-mediated communication: A genre-based linguistic study for new patterns of doctor–patient interaction in online environment PDF
Marianna Zummo 187–198
Practical videoconference training: Experience from a Norwegian resource centre for rare disorders PDF
Kari Hagen , Grete Hummelvoll 199–209
‘Am I anorexic?’ Weight, eating and discourses of the body in online adolescent health communication PDF
Louise Mullany , Catherine Smith , Kevin Harvey , Svenja Adolphs 211–223
Patient-centred communication in British, Italian and Spanish ‘Ask-the-Expert’ healthcare websites PDF
Gabrina Pounds , Carlos De Pablos-Ortega 225–241
Counseling and new media technologies: A comparison of problem presentations in e-mail and in chat PDF
Wyke Stommel , Fleur Van der Houwen 243–256
‘The words are stuck inside me; I write to heal’: Memory, recall, and repetition in PTSD blogs PDF
Vaidehi Ramanathan 257–271
‘I can't bear the thought that he might not recognise me’: Personal narratives as a site of identity work in the online Alzheimer’s support group PDF
Bartłomiej Kruk 273–286

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