Site index

December 23, 2007 0 Comments

This site index provides references to the information in the Consumer guidelines and the Support Group guidelines. For information about the Judge project, see the about Judge section.

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

     
  Access for disabled people   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
Accessibility 2.15 Design 2.3 Accessibility
  Accessibility, fonts, colours, graphics and audio   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Accessibility, technology   2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Accessibility testing   2.8 Testing and evaluation
  Accessibility, visual   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Advertising 2.4 Funding sources 1.5 Funding sources; 1.18 Advertising
  Advisers, medical 2.8 Medical research  
  Advising health consumers on information   4.0 How to help consumers use health information
  Advisory panel, medical 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments; 1.9 Medical research
  Affiliated organisations   1.4 Associated organisations
  Appearance 2.15 Design 2.7 Appearance
  Associated organisations   1.4 Associated organisations
  Audio, accessibility   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Authors 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
     
  Balanced information 2.6 How the information is written 1.6 The way the information is written
  Bias   1.5 Funding sources
  Browsers, accessibility   2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Bulletin boards 2.16 Interactive facilities 1.19 Interactive facilities
     
  Charitable status 2.4 Funding sources 1.5 Funding sources
  Charity, registered 2.4 Funding sources 1.5 Funding sources
  Chat rooms 2.16 Interactive facilities 1.19 Interactive facilities
  Colours, accessibility   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Commissioning a Web site   2.1 Practicalities
  Communication 2.11 Communication 1.11 Communication
  Conditions, descriptions of 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Conditions of use   1.15 Terms and conditions
  Confidence building in searching 1.5 Confidence building 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
  Conflicts of interest   1.5 Funding sources
  Consulting doctors about information 3.0 How to manage information in partnership with health professionals 4.6 Managing information in partnership with health professionals
  Copyright 2.13 Disclaimers 1.14 Copyright; 1.15 Terms and conditions
  Courses on searching 1.5 Confidence building 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
     
  Data protection   1.13 Data protection
  Date 2.5 Date; 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.6 The way the information is written; 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Deep linking   1.14 Copyright
  Descriptions of conditions and treatments 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Design 2.15 Design  
  Design guidelines 2.15 Design 2.2 Principles of good design
  Design, how to   2.0 How to design good quality Web sites
  Design, practicalities   2.1 Practicalities
  Design principles   2.2 Principles of good design
  Designers   2.1 Practicalities
  Details of organisation 2.2 Who produced the site 1.2 Details of the organisation
  Development of site   2.9 Maintenance and development
  Dictionaries 2.6 How the information is written 1.6 The way the information is written
  Disability access   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Disability discrimination   2.3 Accessibility
  Disclaimers 2.13 Disclaimers 1.16 Disclaimers
  Doctors, asking about information from the Internet 3.0 How to manage information in partnership with health professionals 4.0 How to help consumers use health information
  Domain names 2.2 Who produced the site 3.1 Web site address
  Donations   1.5 Funding sources
     
  Editorial processes 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  E-mail lists 2.16 Interactive facilities 1.19 Interactive facilities
  Evaluation   2.8 Testing and evaluation
  Experiences, personal 2.9 Personal experiences 1.10 Personal experiences
  Expert, medical 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
     
  Feedback 2.11 Communication 1.11 Communication
  Fonts, accessibility   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Foreign languages   1.7 Non-English language material
  Foreign sites 2.10 Foreign sites  
  Frames   1.14 Copyright
  Funding 2.4 Funding sources 1.5 Funding sources
     
  Gateways 1.2 Gateways 4.2 Using gateways
  Graphics, accessibility   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Guidelines on quality, other examples 2.17 Other quality guidelines

1.20 Other quality guidelines; 4.5 Judging the quality of information

  Guidelines on writing information   1.6 The way the information is written
     
  Health consumers, information advice   4.0 How to help consumers use health information
  Health gateways 1.2 Gateways 4.2 Using gateways
     
  Information advice for health consumers   4.0 How to help consumers use health information
  Information, how to produce   1.0 How to produce good quality information
  Information management 3.0 How to manage information in partnership with health professionals 4.6 Managing information in partnership with health professionals
  Information searching, process of 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Information searching, value of 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Information sources 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Information, writing 2.6 How the information is written 1.6 The way the information is written
  Information writing, guidelines   1.6 The way the information is written
  Interactive facilities 2.16 Interactive facilities 1.19 Interactive facilities
  Internet information, taking to doctors 3.0 How to manage information in partnership with health professionals 4.6 Managing information in partnership with health professionals
     
  Judging, how to 2.0 How to judge the quality of a Web site 4.5 Judging the quality of information
     
  Keywords   3.2 Keywords
  Kitemarks 2.14 Kitemarks 1.17 Kitemarks
  Kitemark organisations 2.14 Kitemarks 1.17 Kitemarks
     
  Lay expert 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Lay expertise   1.9 Medical research
  Linking, copyright   1.14 Copyright
  Linking policies   1.12 Links to other sites
  Linking to your site   3.4 Linking to your site
  Links 2.12 Links 1.12 Links to other sites
  Logical structure   2.6 Usability
     
  Maintenance   2.9 Maintenance and development
  Managing information, how to 3.0 How to manage information in partnership with health professionals 4.6 Managing information in partnership with health professionals
  Marketing methods, traditional   3.5 Traditional methods
  Marketing Web sites   3.0 How to market Web sites
  Medical advisers 2.8 Medical research  
  Medical advisory panel 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments; 1.9 Medical research
  Medical expert 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Medical research 2.8 Medical research 1.9 Medical research
  Medical research databases   1.9 Medical research
  Meta data   3.2 Keywords
  Moderators 2.16 Interactive facilities 1.19 Interactive facilities
     
  Navigation   2.6 Usability
  Netiquette 2.16 Interactive facilities 1.19 Interactive facilities
  Non-UK languages   1.7 Non-English language material
  Non-UK sites 2.10 Foreign sites  
     
  Organisation, details 2.2 Who produced the site 1.2 Details of the organisation
  Organisation, purpose   1.3 Purpose of the organisation
     
  PDF files   1.6 The way the information is written; 2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Personal experiences 2.9 Personal experiences 1.10 Personal experiences
  Plain English 2.6 How the information is written 1.6 The way the information is written
  Planning a Web site   2.2 Principles of good design
  Practicalities, design   2.1 Practicalities
  Principles, design   2.2 Principles of good design
  Privacy 2.13 Disclaimers; 2.15 Design 1.13 Data protection; 1.15 Terms and conditions
  Process of information searching 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Producer of site 2.2 Who produced the site  
  Producing information   1.0 How to produce good quality information
  Promoting support group   4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Purpose of organisation   1.3 Purpose of the organisation
  Purpose of site 2.3 Purpose of the site 1.3 Purpose of the organisation
     
  Quality guidelines, other examples 2.17 Other quality guidelines 1.20 Other quality guidelines; 4.5 Judging the quality of information
     
  Registered charity 2.4 Funding sources 1.5 Funding sources
  Reputation 2.1 Trust and reputation 1.1 Trust and reputation
  Research, medical 2.8 Medical research 1.9 Medical research
  Research, medical databases   1.9 Medical research
  Review date 2.5 Date 1.6 The way the information is written
  Role of support groups 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
     
  Search engines 1.3 Search engines 3.3 Search engine listings; 4.3 Using search engines
  Search engine listings   3.3 Search engine listings
  Search tips 1.4 Search tips 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
  Searching, confidence building 1.5 Confidence building 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
  Searching, courses on 1.5 Confidence building 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
  Searching, how to 1.0 How to search the Internet for health information  
  Searching information, process of 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Searching information, value of 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Searching tutorials 1.5 Confidence building 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
  Selling items   1.5 Funding sources
  Sources of information 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Sponsors 2.4 Funding sources 1.5 Funding sources
  Structure of Web site   2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Support groups, promoting   4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Support groups, role of 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
     
  Technology, accessibility   2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Terms and conditions   1.15 Terms and conditions
  Testing   2.8 Testing and evaluation
  Testing accessibility   2.8 Testing and evaluation
  Traditional marketing methods   3.5 Traditional methods
  Translations   1.7 Non-English language material
  Treatments, descriptions of 2.7 Descriptions of conditions and treatments 1.8 Descriptions of conditions and treatments
  Trust 2.1 Trust and reputation 1.1 Trust and reputation
  Tutorials on searching 1.5 Confidence building 4.4 Search tips and confidence building
  Types of site 2.2 Who produced the site  
     
  Update 2.5 Date 1.6 The way the information is written
  URL 2.2 Who produced the site 3.1 Web site address
  Usability 2.15 Design 2.6 Usability
     
  Value of information searching 1.1 Information searching 4.1 Promoting the value of information
  Virus checking   1.6 The way the information is written
  Virus protection   1.16 Disclaimers
  Visual accessibility   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
     
  Web address 2.2 Who produced the site 3.1 Web site address
  Web browsers, accessibility   2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Web site accessibility   2.3 Accessibility
  Web site accessibility, fonts, colours, graphics and audio   2.4 Accessibility – fonts, colours, graphics and audio
  Web site accessibility, technology   2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Web site commissioning   2.1 Practicalities
  Web site design   2.0 How to design good quality Web sites
  Web site designers   2.1 Practicalities
  Web site design guidelines   2.2 Principles of good design
  Web site design practicalities   2.1 Practicalities
  Web site design principles   2.2 Principles of good design
  Web site development   2.9 Maintenance and development
  Web site maintenance   2.9 Maintenance and development
  Web site marketing   3.0 How to market Web sites
  Web site planning   2.2 Principles of good design
  Web site producer 2.2 Who produced the site  
  Web site purpose 2.3 Purpose of the site 1.3 Purpose of the organisation
  Web site structure   2.6 Usability
  Web site testing   2.9 Maintenance and development
  Web site tools   2.1 Practicalities
  Word-processed files   1.6 The way the information is written; 2.5 Accessibility – use of technology
  Writing information 2.6 How the information is written 1.6 The way the information is written
  Writing information, guidelines   1.6 The way the information is written