Health communication meets artificial intelligence

  • Green N
  • Rubinelli S
  • Scott D
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This editorial provides on overview of the articles featured in this issue of Patient Education and Counseling. This collection of papers responds to the large and growing interest in the development of automated systems to provide health services to patients and consumers. One of the paper illustrates use of a static user model, in which it is assumed that parents of a child with a deleterious mutation will negatively assess the type of information to be presented to them. Another paper present and evaluate an online AI-enabled clinical decision support tool for identifying and counseling women at increased risk for hereditary breast and ovarian cancer syndrome. The next paper illustrates the value of joining design science and AI components to enhance the acceptability and efficacy of health communication interventions. To conclude, the integration of AI technology and health communication can be very beneficial. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2013 APA, all rights reserved)

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  • Nancy Green

  • Sara Rubinelli

  • Donia Scott

  • Adriaan Visser

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