Married Indonesian Women’s Everyday Health-Information Literacy Related to COVID-19

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Abstract

This paper presents a study about the everyday health information literacy (EHIL) related to COVID-19 of 394 married women in a suburban city in West Java Province, Indonesia. This study aimed to understand married Indonesian women’s EHIL related to COVID-19 and identify topics searched for by married Indonesian women on everyday health information related to COVID-19. The findings reveal that most married Indonesian women studied had a relatively high level of health information literacy regarding COVID-19 (3.81 mean value) and tended to search for healthy lifestyle topics related to COVID-19 for daily health information (n = 298, 75.63%).

Original languageEnglish
JournalScience and Technology Libraries
DOIs
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 2023

Keywords

  • COVID-19
  • EHIL
  • everyday health information literacy
  • information literacy
  • married women

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