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2020 Quality and readability of online information on dental treatment for snoring and obstructive sleep apnea. FRE, HON, JAMA
2020 Quality of Information About Bariatric Surgery on the Internet: A Two-Continent Comparison of Website Content. JAMA, UAE, UK, USA
2018 Clefts of the lip and palate: is the Internet a trustworthy source of information for patients? ---
2018 Quality and readability of internet-based information on halitosis. FRE, HON, JAMA
2018 Quality Assessment of Information on Bariatric Surgery Websites. ---
2017 Dupuytren Disease: Is There Enough Comprehensive Patient Information on the Internet? ---
2017 Patient Information Websites About Medically Induced Second-Trimester Abortions: A Descriptive Study of Quality, Suitability, and Issues. ---
2017 Systematic Review of Quality of Patient Information on Phalloplasty in the Internet. ---
2016 Quality of information for women seeking breast augmentation in the Internet. BA
10  2015 Carpal tunnel syndrome: Analysis of online patient information with the EQIP tool. CTS
11  2012 Donor information for living donor liver transplantation: where can comprehensive information be found? LDLT
12  2011 Quality evaluation of JAMA Patient Pages on diabetes using the Ensuring Quality Information for Patient (EQIP) tool. ---
13  2009 A survey of the quality and accuracy of information leaflets about skin cancer and sun-protective behaviour available from UK general practices and community pharmacies. ---
14  2008 Measuring quality of patient information documents with an expanded EQIP scale. ---
15  2004 Ensuring quality information for patients: development and preliminary validation of a new instrument to improve the quality of written health care information. ---