Published on in Vol 5 , No 3 (2021) :March

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25123, first published .
Internet Access and Usage Among Stroke Survivors and Their Informal Caregivers: Cross-sectional Study

Internet Access and Usage Among Stroke Survivors and Their Informal Caregivers: Cross-sectional Study

Internet Access and Usage Among Stroke Survivors and Their Informal Caregivers: Cross-sectional Study

Journals

  1. Noser E, Zhang J, Rahbar M, Sharrief A, Barreto A, Shaw S, Grotta J, Savitz S, Ifejika N. Leveraging Multimedia Patient Engagement to Address Minority Cerebrovascular Health Needs: Prospective Observational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(8):e28748 View
  2. Garnett A, Ploeg J, Markle-Reid M, Strachan P. Factors impacting the access and use of formal health and social services by caregivers of stroke survivors: an interpretive description study. BMC Health Services Research 2022;22(1) View
  3. Quinn E, LeLaurin J, Eliazar-Macke N, Orozco T, Montague M, Freytes I, Uphold C. Effect of a telephone and web-based problem-solving intervention for stroke caregivers on stroke patient activities of daily living: A randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation 2023:026921552311573 View
  4. Sharrief A, Guzik A, Jones E, Okpala M, Love M, Ranasinghe T, Bushnell C. Telehealth Trials to Address Health Equity in Stroke Survivors. Stroke 2023;54(2):396 View
  5. Naqvi I, Cheung Y, Strobino K, Li H, Tom S, Husaini Z, Williams O, Marshall R, Arcia A, Kronish I, Elkind M. TASC (Telehealth After Stroke Care): a study protocol for a randomized controlled feasibility trial of telehealth-enabled multidisciplinary stroke care in an underserved urban setting. Pilot and Feasibility Studies 2022;8(1) View
  6. Clancy B, Bonevski B, English C, Baker A, Turner A, Magin P, Pollack M, Callister R, Guillaumier A. Access to and Use of Internet and Social Media by Low-Morbidity Stroke Survivors Participating in a National Web-Based Secondary Stroke Prevention Trial: Cross-sectional Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(5):e33291 View
  7. Khoja A, Ali N, Akber N, Harrison J, Kazim F. Role of virtual modality for stroke caregivers in facilitating stroke survivors and assessing their perceptions in the midst of COVID-19 pandemic. F1000Research 2022;11:1142 View
  8. Lobo E, Johnson T, Frølich A, Kensing F, Rasmussen L, Hosking S, Page A, Livingston P, Islam S, Grundy J, Abdelrazek M, Renjith V. Utilization of social media communities for caregiver information support in stroke recovery: An analysis of content and interactions. PLOS ONE 2022;17(1):e0262919 View
  9. Naqvi I, Cohen A, Kim Y, Harris J, Denny M, Strobino K, Bicher N, Leite R, Sadowsky D, Adegboye C, Okpala N, Okpala M, Savitz S, Marshall R, Sharrief A. Inequities in Telemedicine Use Among Patients With Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases. Neurology: Clinical Practice 2023;13(2):e200148 View