Published on in Vol 6, No 1 (2022): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/28895, first published .
Exploring the Experiences of Family Caregivers of Children With Special Health Care Needs to Inform the Design of Digital Health Systems: Formative Qualitative Study

Exploring the Experiences of Family Caregivers of Children With Special Health Care Needs to Inform the Design of Digital Health Systems: Formative Qualitative Study

Exploring the Experiences of Family Caregivers of Children With Special Health Care Needs to Inform the Design of Digital Health Systems: Formative Qualitative Study

Journals

  1. Tennant R, Allana S, Mercer K, Burns C. Caregiver Expectations of Interfacing With Voice Assistants to Support Complex Home Care: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Human Factors 2022;9(2):e37688 View
  2. Perez H, Miguel-Cruz A, Daum C, Comeau A, Rutledge E, King S, Liu L. Technology Acceptance of a Mobile Application to Support Family Caregivers in a Long-Term Care Facility. Applied Clinical Informatics 2022;13(05):1181 View
  3. Savela R, Nykänen I, Välimäki T. Lack of freedom predicted poor self‐reported health among family caregivers of children with disabilities during the COVID‐19 pandemic in Europe. Nursing Open 2023;10(8):5177 View
  4. Benmessaoud C, Pfisterer K, De Leon A, Saragadam A, El-Dassouki N, Young K, Lohani R, Xiong T, Pham Q. Design of a Dyadic Digital Health Module for Chronic Disease Shared Care: Development Study. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e45035 View