Yıl: 2024 Cilt: 20 Sayı: 1 Sayfa Aralığı: 85 - 91 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1 İndeks Tarihi: 11-06-2024

Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis

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Objective: The purpose of this study was to assess the readability and quality of torticollis-related web content. Methods: The top 3 browsers were determined. The 2 reviewers structured their websites according to type. Each one’s quality was determined based on whether or not it conformed to the Health On the Net (HON) code as well as using some scoring tools such as the DISCERN score, Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA) benchmark, and Global Quality score (GQS). To evaluate readability, the Flesch-Kincaid grade level (FKGL) was applied. Results: Sixty websites were identified. The categories were as follows: 12 (20%) academic, 26 (43.3%) medical, 13 (21.7%) physician, and 9 (15%) commercial. The DISCERN, JAMA, GQS, FKGL, and Torticollis-Specific Content (TSC) scores of the academic category were significantly higher than those of the other categories. Websites with a HON code had considerably higher DISCERN, JAMA, GQS, and TSC scores than those without it (p<0.05). Conclusion: Most material on the websites reviewed in this study was of low quality. Despite the higher quality of academic resources, the material was challenging to comprehend. The current study can aid in the evaluation of information that may be important for preserving equilibrium in patient-doctor relationships.
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APA YALIN M, Key S (2024). Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. , 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
Chicago YALIN MUSTAFA,Key Sefa Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. (2024): 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
MLA YALIN MUSTAFA,Key Sefa Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. , 2024, ss.85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
AMA YALIN M,Key S Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. . 2024; 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
Vancouver YALIN M,Key S Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. . 2024; 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
IEEE YALIN M,Key S "Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis." , ss.85 - 91, 2024. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
ISNAD YALIN, MUSTAFA - Key, Sefa. "Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis". (2024), 85-91. https://doi.org/10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
APA YALIN M, Key S (2024). Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi, 20(1), 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
Chicago YALIN MUSTAFA,Key Sefa Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi 20, no.1 (2024): 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
MLA YALIN MUSTAFA,Key Sefa Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi, vol.20, no.1, 2024, ss.85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
AMA YALIN M,Key S Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi. 2024; 20(1): 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
Vancouver YALIN M,Key S Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis. Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi. 2024; 20(1): 85 - 91. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
IEEE YALIN M,Key S "Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis." Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi, 20, ss.85 - 91, 2024. 10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1
ISNAD YALIN, MUSTAFA - Key, Sefa. "Is the Internet Sufficient and Trustworthy for Torticollis Parents? Evaluation of Online Information for Torticollis". Bakırköy Tıp Dergisi 20/1 (2024), 85-91. https://doi.org/10.4274/BMJ.galenos.2023.2022.12-1