Huotari - Publications and supervised doctoral dissertations

Selected publications:

  1. Ek, S. (advance access). Gender differences in health information behaviour: a Finnish population-based survey. Health Promotion International. doi:10.1093/heapro/dat063 [Epub ahead of print]
  2. Eriksson-Backa, K. (in review). The role of online health information in the lives of Finns aged 65-79 years. International Journal of Networking and Virtual Organization.
  3. Askola, K., Känsäkoski, H. & Huotari, M.-L. (accepted) Knowing and actional information in web based weight management services. Journal of Documentation.
  4. Hirvonen, N., Enwald, H., Bath, P., Pyky, R., Korpelainen, R., & Huotari, M-L. (In Press) Individual factors affecting preferences for feedback message tactics in the contexts of physical activity. Journal of Health Communication.
  5. Ahola, R., Pyky, R., Jämsä, T., Mäntysaari, M., Koskimäki, H., Ikäheimo, T.M., Huotari, M.-L., Röning, J., Heikkinen, H. & Korpelainen, R. (2013). Gamified physical activation of young men – a multidisciplinary population-based randomized controlled trial (MOPO study). BMC Public Health, 13(1), 32. [Available at: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2458/13/32 ]
  6. Ek, S., Eriksson-Backa, K. & Niemelä, R. (2013). Use of and trust in health information on the Internet: a nationwide eight-year follow-up survey. Informatics for Health &  Social Care, 38(3): 236–245.
  7. Enwald, H.P.K., Kortelainen, T., Leppäluoto, J., Keinänen-Kiukaanniemi, S., Jämsä, T., Oinas-Kukkonen, Hertzig, K.-H. & Huotari, M.-L. A. (2013). Perceptions of fear appeal and preferences for feedback in tailored health communication. An explorative study among prediabetic individuals. Information Research, 18(3) paper 584.  [http://informationr.net/ir/18-3/paper584.html]
  8. Hirvonen, N. & Huotari, M.-L. (2013). Understanding information practices in an e-health intervention. The case of preventing cardiovascular diseases in Northern Finland. International Journal of Health Information Management Research, IJHIMR, 1(1) [https://ijhimr.shef.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/ijhimr/article/view/8/13]
  9. Eriksson-Backa, K., Ek, S., Niemelä, R. & Huotari, M.-L. (2012). Health information literacy in everyday life: A study of Finns aged 65-79 years. Health Informatics Journal 18(2): 83–94.
  10. Hirvonen, N., Huotari, M.-L., Niemelä, R. & Korpelainen, R. (2012). Information behavior in stages of exercise behavior change. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 63(9), 1804–1819.
  11. Niemelä, R., Huotari, M.-L. & Kortelainen, T. (2012). Enactment and use of information and the media among older adults. Library and Information Science Research, (34), 212-219.
  12. Niemelä, R., Ek, S., Eriksson-Backa, K. & Huotari, M.-L. (2012). A screening tool for assessing everyday health information literacy. Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services 62(2): 125–134.
  13. Ek, S. &  Heinström, J. (2011). Monitoring or avoiding health information – the relation to inner inclination and health status. Health Information and Libraries Journal 28(3): 200–209.
  14. Askola, K., Toshimori, A. & Huotari, M.-L. (2010). Cultural differences in the health information environments and practices between Finnish and Japanese university students. Information Research, 15(4) paper 451. [Available at: http://informationr.net/ir/15-4/paper451.html ]
  15. Enwald H.P.K. & Huotari M.-L.A. (2010). Preventing the Obesity Epidemic by Second Generation Tailored Health Communication: An Interdisciplinary Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 12(2), e24 [Available at: http://www.jmir.org/2010/2/e24/ ]
  16. Eriksson-Backa, K. (2010). Elderly people, health information, and libraries: a small-scale study on seniors in a language minority. Libri: International Journal of Libraries and Information Services 60(2): 181-194.
  17. Eriksson-Backa, K (2008). Access to health information – perceptions of barriers among elderly in a language minority. Information Research 13(4), paper 368.  [Available at http://informationr.net/ir/13-4/paper368.html]
  18. Eriksson-Backa, K. (2011). Mat i medierna – ett oskyldigt nöje? Ikaros. Tidskrift om människan och vetenskapen, 8(1), 39-40.
  19. Niemelä, R., Ek, S. & Huotari, M.-L. (2012). Terveystiedon lukutaito lisää hyvinvointia. In: Jukka Reivinen & Leena Vähäkylä (Eds.) Kansanterveys, yksilön hyvinvointi. Helsinki: Gaudeamus, pp.150-163. (In Finnish)
  20. Huotari, M.-L., Ek, S. & Niemelä, R. (2013). Terveystiedon lukutaito kansalaistaidoksi. Suomen Kuvalehti, Eri mieltä -Blogi. 10.3.2013 (In Finnish)

Supervised doctoral dissertations

  1. Eskola, Eeva-Liisa, 2010. Informationsbeteende och inlärningsmiljöer. En kvalitativ studie av medicine studerandes informationsbeteende i två olika utbildningsprogram. Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
  2. Perttilä, Reija, 2012. Social capital, coping and information behaviour of long-term unemployed people in Finland. Åbo Akademi University, Turku, Finland
  3. Enwald, Heidi, 2013.Tailoring health communication. The perspective of information users´ health information behaviour in relation to their physical health status. Doctoral dissertation, Information Studies, Faculty of Humanities, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland. [To be defended at 5th of December 2013.]

 

 

Last updated: 13.11.2018