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Background: Consumer eHealth tools play an increasingly important role in engaging patients as participants in managing their health and seeking health information. However, there is a documented gap between the

Background: Consumer eHealth tools play an increasingly important role in engaging patients as participants in managing their health and seeking health information. However, there is a documented gap between the skill and knowledge demands of eHealth systems and user competencies to benefit from these tools. Objective: This research aims to reveal the knowledge- and skill-related barriers to effective use of eHealth tools.

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    Chan, C. V., Mirkovic, J., Furniss, S., & Kaufman, D. R. (2015). EHealth literacy demands and cognitive processes underlying barriers in consumer health information seeking. Knowledge Management and E-Learning: An International Journal, 7(4), 550-575.

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