Long-Term Care Information Seeking: What Does the Survey Say?
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- Identify sources for long-term care information.
- Understand who uses the Internet to search for health and long-term care information.
- Discuss the sociodemographic and other characteristics of Internet users who search for long-term care information.
Darren Liu, DrPH
Associate Professor, Department of Public Health, Des Moines University
Dr. Liu started his MHA education career in 2009 after receiving his doctor of public health degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He has collaborated with several scholars on peer-reviewed articles, a book, and book chapters. His training in interdisciplinary areas includes public health, long-term care, healthcare management, statistics, and technology. His current research focuses on topics surrounding aging population, web-based public reporting, nursing home quality, and long-term care consumer health information seeking. This presentation is based on the results of his ongoing projects. Full biography.
Date of original release: September 23, 2017
Most recent review/update: September 23, 2017
Termination date: September 22, 2020
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