Measuring the Impact of Health Policies Using Internet Search Patterns: The Case of Abortion
Reis, Ben Y
Brownstein, John S
BMC public health 2010 August 25; 10: 514
Internet search patterns have emerged as a novel data source for monitoring infectious disease trends. We propose that these data can also be used more broadly to study the impact of health policies across different regions in a more efficient and timely manner.
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