What is different about online health information? An interview with Sally Wyatt
How does Internet as a source of health information differ from other sources of information? How do we use online health information? Should we worry about the quality of health information we find on the Internet? Is access to Internet becoming a citizen’s right or a digital imperative? Pascale Lehoux discusses these questions and more with Sally Wyatt, Professor of digital cultures in development at Maastricht University, Netherlands.
Sally Wyatt on Online Health Information
(Length : 12 min. 43 s.)
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Audio version on iTunes here:What is different about online health information? (iTunes-AUDIO)
|Guest :||Sally Wyatt, Ph.D.
Professor of Digital Cultures in
Senior Research Fellow
Virtual Knowledge Studio for the
Humanities and Social Sciences
|Journalist :||Pascale Lehoux, Ph.D.|