netizen

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netizen

(1) Any person who communicates on the Internet and belongs to the global electronic village.
(2) An Internet citizen who uses networked resources, which connotes civic responsibility and participation.

netizen

Online Any person who communicates on the Internet and belongs to the global electronic village; an Internet citizen, who uses networked resources, which connotes civic responsibility and participation. See Digerati, Internet.
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Cybercitizen Health provides subscribers with features such as Monthly Industry Briefs, which analyze emerging issues; Weekly Trend Reports that provide "snapshot" data points on timely topics; access to the Cybercitizen Health database; and the ability to understand online and offline attitudinal and behavioral attributes of the e-health consumer.
According to the new Cybercitizen Health([R]) Europe 2012 study from healthcare market research and advisory firm Manhattan Research, 44 percent of European online consumers used social networking websites for health, 33 percent read or posted patient testimonials and 34 percent used health ratings or reviews.
Digital Health 2012: Benchmarking Patient Adoption of the Internet and Consumer Electronics for Health" is from Manhattan Research's Cybercitizen Health[R] U.
24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The number of Americans using mobile phones for health information or tools reached 95 million in 2013, Manhattan Research's Cybercitizen Health U.
adults with a chronic condition say that the Internet is essential to managing their disease or condition, according to the Cybercitizen Health U.
Manhattan Research's Cybercitizen Health ([R] ) Europe 2011 Study Explores How Consumers Use Digital Health and Pharma Information and Tools
adults have used their mobile phones for health information or tools in the past 12 months, according to the new Cybercitizen Health([R]) U.
These findings come from pharmaceutical and healthcare market research company Manhattan Research's new Cybercitizen Health([R]) U.