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Health data is recorded and analysed on a large scale nowadays. But what are the risks and potentials?
What does science already know about existing health-related information and the way in which it is used? To answer this question, we analyse available findings.
The Internet has become increasingly important for the active search for health information in recent years. However, in the average population, it still lags behind personal conversations with doctors, family and friends as well as free brochures or mass media.
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Grimm, M.; Wolf, S.; Lampert, C. (2016): Big, Small, Or Many Data? Eine systematische Literaturschau zu digitalen Daten in der Gesundheitskommunikation [Big, Small, Or Many Data? A Systematic Literary Survey on Digital Data in Health Communication]. In: A.-L. Camerini, R. Ludolph, F. Rothenfluh, F....
Lampert, C.; Voß, M. (2018): Möglichkeiten und Grenzen digitaler Gesundheitsangebote im Unterhaltungsformat [Possibilities and Limits of Digital Health Services in Entertainment Format]. In: V. Scherenberg, J. Pundt (eds.), Digitale Gesundheitskommunikation. Zwischen Meinungsbildung und M...
"Von smarten Uhren und digitalen Spuren. Potenziale und Risiken digitaler gesundheitsbezogener Daten [On Smart Watches and Digital Traces. Potentials and Risks of Digital Health-Related Data]", invited talk by M. Grimm in the context of the lecture series "Gesunde neue Welt [Healthy N...
"Big Data für die Gesundheit. Wem nützt es? [Big Data for Health. Who Benefits?]", keynote speech by W. Schulz at the event series "Big Data: Big Power Shifts?", organised by the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications in co-operation with the Alexander v...
"Gesundheitsförderung und digitale Medien - Chancen, Grenzen, Herausforderungen [Health Promotion and Digital Media - Opportunities, Limits, Challenges]", lecture by C. Lampert at the lecture series "Gesund und gelassen studieren – geht das heutzutage noch? [Studying Healthy...
"App's Anatomy", Digital Salon of the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) on 31 Januar 2018 in Berlin.
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