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  • People living with chronic disease and the Internet in Catalonia Working in Progress Researcher Internet Interdisciplinary Institute IN3 i2TIC Research group www.i2tic.net Lecturer Information and Communication Science at Open University of Catalonia Dr . Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva [email_address] http://ictconsequences.net Dr . Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva
  • Citizens
    • Data: December 2007 – January 2008
    • Computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI)
    • Representative sample (07, 2000 interviews – 2.5% S.E – 95% C.I)
    • Questionnaire
      • Health status and health care services use
      • Health attitude and Health information
      • Internet and ICT uses
      • Health and the Internet
      • No Internet users
      • Healthcare Information and Communication Channels
      • Socio demographic
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  • Citizens – Health status
    • How would you rate your own health?
      • 7.8% Excellent
      • 17.7% Very good
      • 48.8% Good
      • 21.1% Poor
      • 4.7% Very poor
    • Do you have any chronic disease that you have to control permanently?
      • 28.6% Yes
      • 71.4% No
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  • Chronic disease and the Internet utilization (p<0.001) www.ictconsequences.net
  • Chronic disease and Health Internet utilization (p<0.001) www.ictconsequences.net Have you used the Internet to look for health information or to access online services?
  • E-readiness to Network Society AGE EDUCATION PROFESSION Based on: Horrigan, J. (2007) A Typology of Information and Communication Technology Users. PEW Internet & American Life Project. http://www.pewinternet.org/~/media//Files/Reports/2007/PIP_ICT_Typology.pdf.pdf www.ictconsequences.net
  • Chronic disease and E-readiness to Network Society (p<0.001) www.ictconsequences.net
  • People living with chronic disease and the Internet in Catalonia Working in Progress Researcher Internet Interdisciplinary Institute IN3 i2TIC Research group www.i2tic.net Lecturer Information and Communication Science at Open University of Catalonia Dr . Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva [email_address] http://ictconsequences.net Dr . Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva