Vaccine acceptance depends on public trust and confidence in the safety and efficacy of vaccines and immunization, the health system, healthcare professionals and the wider vaccine research community. This systematic review analyses the current breadth and depth of vaccine research literature that explicitly refers to the concept of trust within their stated aims or research questions. After duplicates were removed, 19, articles were screened by title and abstract. Of these 2, were screened by full text, 35 of which were included in the final analysis. These studies examined a range of trust relationships as they pertain to vaccination, including trust in healthcare professionals, the health system, the government, and friends and family members. Three studies examined generalized trust.
Trust in Automation A Literature Review
Measuring trust in vaccination: A systematic review
Health websites are important sources of information for consumers. In choosing websites, trust in websites largely determines which website to access and how to best utilize the information. Thus, it is critical to understand why consumers trust certain websites and distrust others. A systematic literature review was conducted with the goal of identifying the antecedents of trust in health information websites.
Trust Management: Literature Review
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Include Synonyms Include Dead terms. Download full text. While ebooks have been around for many years, recent rapid improvements in the versatility and affordability of e-readers and tablets, along with increased access to broadband internet, have lead to a dramatic rise in household ownership of these devices. Electronic publishing has also developed during this time, allowing readers access to an ever-growing range and quality of ebooks, whenever and wherever they happen to have their portable device to hand. Academic and media interest in the difference between reading in print and reading on screen has grown as devices and software facilitating reading on screen become a greater part of everyday life, leading to a growing field of observation exploring the relationship between children's reading on screen and their reading skills and behaviour.