Consider Mental Health Information Sources--Conflicts of Interest

April 21, 2011 Natasha Tracy

Many sites offer health information; the source of health information should be questioned. What are their conflicts of interest, editorial and advertising policies?

Many sites on the internet dedicate themselves to serving up health information, but you should always question the source of that information.HealthyPlace Disclosing Policies as a Mental Health Care Information Source

You'll find clear HealthyPlace editorial policies and HealthyPlace advertising policies as well as other information about HealthyPlace.

Natasha's Conflicts of Interest

For my part, I, my writings, have never been funded by a health care company. I have no interest in any health care company. My personal site is funded by me. This blog is paid for by HealthyPlace. And to be clear, HealthyPlace has never influenced what I have said in any way. They have never asked me to write specific content, not write specific content, or take content down.

No one is conflict-free I suppose, but I'm pretty darn close.

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APA Reference
Tracy, N. (2011, April 21). Consider Mental Health Information Sources--Conflicts of Interest, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2024, July 17 from

Author: Natasha Tracy

Natasha Tracy is a renowned speaker, award-winning advocate, and author of Lost Marbles: Insights into My Life with Depression & Bipolar. She's also the host of the podcast Snap Out of It! The Mental Illness in the Workplace Podcast.

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