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Using the Internet to Find CAIM Resources for Mental Health Professionals and Their Older Patients 

Using the Internet to Find CAIM Resources for Mental Health Professionals and Their Older Patients
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Using the Internet to Find CAIM Resources for Mental Health Professionals and Their Older Patients
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Ellen Gay Detlefsen

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10.1093/med/9780199380862.003.0020
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date: 26 October 2020

Through a lens of alternative and integrative medicine, this chapter explores appropriate uses of the Internet and web-based technologies for older patients and their families. In these particular scenarios, three questions generally come to mind: Do elders really use the Internet to find information in the first place? Do their clinicians have the time and expertise to locate and evaluate appropriate information? And is there reliable and appropriate Internet-based information on this topic?

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