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Development and Evaluation of Internet Homepage for Cancer Prevention and Education

Other Title
암 정보 보급을 위한 홈페이지 개발
Authors
김, 조자; 김, 용순; 조, 훈; 전, 미선; 박, 지원; 전, 기홍
Citation
간호학탐구, 9(1):950115-950115, 2000
Journal Title
간호학탐구
Abstract
Purpose : This study developed a homepage program about cancer prevention and management for internet site. Everyone accessible to this program can get the information about cancer prevention life styles, early detection methods, current and new trends of cancer management methods.

Process : a comprehensive information booklet was developed to provide the content of the homepage program. Client/Server method was used to develop a web service database, and an homepage program was developed.

Outcomes : 1. Developing a database for cancer information: Based on the PDQ at NCI, information which cancer patients and their family wanted to know were identified and classified as the cause of cancer, early detection, current treatment, and prevention. 2. Revision of the cancer information and test for its validation: new information was included after validation of the content by cancer experts. Behavioral study objectives were developed for all five chapters and provided as the guidelines for evaluation of the content. 3. Designing a homepage framework: an organized simple but attractive framework was designed to make people know where they are and not be boring when they read the homepage information. 4. Produced a homepage program: data analysis and organization, formatting, and text writing were done. Frontpage 98 was used to modified the developed homepage content. 5. Other cancer related web sites was reviewed and 7 valued web sites were selected to link with this web site.
Keywords
인터넷 홈페이지원격교육컴퓨터 학습도구Internet HomepageDistance Learning
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