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July 26th, 2011
Christian Seebode

Re people open or closed facing health communication. The answer is
we don’t know yet.  It appears to be a period of transition to something which is still not known. Patients discover a world of open communication about health related issues but are still tied to existential fears that they learned over a long time. The [...]

May 13th, 2010
Christian Seebode

In her post on e-patients.net Susannah Fox gives a couple of data about the relationship of patients and their willingness to use the internet to communicate.
Her central point
However, the internet does not replace doctors, nurses, and other health professionals.  93% of people living with chronic disease turn to a health professional [...]

December 4th, 2009
Christian Seebode

But how much trust is really needed to support a patient’s individual health? Maybe this is not the right question because trust is a concept with a general image but individual consequences. What feels right and trustworthy for one person is unacceptable for another. Additionally the trust needed for a patient – physician dialogue [...]