Reem El Sherif

According to our database1, Reem El Sherif authored at least 11 papers between 2015 and 2020.

Collaborative distances:
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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Bibliography

2020
Identifying empirical studies for mixed studies reviews: The mixed filter and the automated text classifier.
Educ. Inf., 2020

The Information Assessment Method: Over 15 years of research evaluating the value of health information.
Educ. Inf., 2020

2019
Health outcomes of online consumer health information: A systematic mixed studies review with framework synthesis.
J. Assoc. Inf. Sci. Technol., 2019

Is online consumer health information only beneficial for the wealthy and the educated? A commentary.
Educ. Inf., 2019

Patient Information Aid: An innovative educational program to improve outcomes of online consumer health information.
Educ. Inf., 2019

Towards a Knowledge-Based Recommender System for Linking Electronic Patient Records With Continuing Medical Education Information at the Point of Care.
IEEE Access, 2019

2018
Crowdsourcing a mixed systematic review on a complex topic and a heterogeneous population: Lessons learned.
Educ. Inf., 2018

2017
The value of user feedback: Parent's comments to online health and well-being information providers.
Proceedings of the Diversity of Engagement: Connecting People and Information in the Physical and Virtual Worlds, 2017

Overcoming the digital divide? Low education low income parents are equally likely to report benefits associated with online parenting information.
Proceedings of the Diversity of Engagement: Connecting People and Information in the Physical and Virtual Worlds, 2017

2015
Toward an information management system for handling parenting information users' comments.
Proceedings of the Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community, 2015

Perceived outcomes of online parenting information according to self-selected participants from a population of website users.
Proceedings of the Information Science with Impact: Research in and for the Community, 2015


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