The impact of computer self-efficacy, computer anxiety, and perceived usability and acceptability on the efficacy of a decision support tool for colorectal cancer screening JAMIA, 04/25/2012

Lindblom K et al. – Interventions designed to decrease computer anxiety, such as computer courses and internet training, may improve the acceptability of new health information technologies including internet–based decision support tools, increasing their impact on behavior change.

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