The Social Sciences

Year: 2017
Volume: 12
Issue: 2
Page No. 309 - 312

Factors That Influence the Middle Age Population of the Civil Servants and Public Sectors Workers to Use Internet as a Tool for Receiving e-Health Services

Authors : Azriey Mazlan and Nor Azura Adzharuddin

Abstract: Human and technology are like a magnet these days. The advancement of technology like e-Health services is interesting to be studied, especially towards our daily life attitudes and to the extent of our communication. The use of the internet to gather the health information are vital these days in our community and society, whether young people or the middle age people. Basically, Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) and UTAUT are used in many previous studies by scholars to engage technology and human to the use of e- Health services platform. Most of the studies arefocusedon user acceptance towards changes of the behavior once they used the e-Health services. Since most of the studies are resulting in changes onbehavior of the user, it is interesting to further the study towards the influence of the e-Health services in changing the interpersonal communication of the middle age population of the civil servants and public sector workers. Therefore, this paper will elaborate some of the theory that is used in the previous study and some for the future study purposes to enrich the usage of e-Health services on the internet towards interpersonal communication and disseminating their knowledge about health to the community.

How to cite this article:

Azriey Mazlan and Nor Azura Adzharuddin, 2017. Factors That Influence the Middle Age Population of the Civil Servants and Public Sectors Workers to Use Internet as a Tool for Receiving e-Health Services. The Social Sciences, 12: 309-312.

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