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Variations in the Use of mHealth Tools: The VA Mobile Health Study

Variations in the Use of mHealth Tools: The VA Mobile Health Study

Caregivers randomized to CHESS reported lower burden and negative mood when compared to those in the Internet group, suggesting that eHealth and mHealth interventions similar to CHESS may improve caregivers’ coping skills and, in turn, decrease their perceived

Kathleen L Frisbee

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2016;4(3):e89


Exploring the Perceived Usefulness and Ease of Use of a Personalized Web-Based Resource (Care Companion) to Support Informal Caring: Qualitative Descriptive Study

Exploring the Perceived Usefulness and Ease of Use of a Personalized Web-Based Resource (Care Companion) to Support Informal Caring: Qualitative Descriptive Study

In addition, South Asian participants highlighted that Care Companion was only available in English, which would hinder access to caregivers with a limited ability to read English.

Amadea Turk, Emma Fairclough, Gillian Grason Smith, Benjamin Lond, Veronica Nanton, Jeremy Dale

JMIR Aging 2019;2(2):e13875


Care Staff Perspectives on Using Mobile Technology to Support Communication in Long-Term Care: Mixed Methods Study

Care Staff Perspectives on Using Mobile Technology to Support Communication in Long-Term Care: Mixed Methods Study

staff and residents innovative communication solutions that can be adapted to the users’ ability level, there is a need to develop and evaluate evidence-informed mobile apps that aim to address the communication needs of people living with dementia and their caregivers

Rozanne Wilson, Jeff Small

JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e21881


Facilitating Out-of-Home Caregiving Through Health Information Technology: Survey of Informal Caregivers’ Current Practices, Interests, and Perceived Barriers

Facilitating Out-of-Home Caregiving Through Health Information Technology: Survey of Informal Caregivers’ Current Practices, Interests, and Perceived Barriers

Some caregivers experience emotional stress, guilt, and helplessness related to living apart from loved ones who are in need of care [6-8]. Additional challenges may arise when caregivers live at an increased distance from their care recipients [3,9].

Donna M Zulman, John D Piette, Emily C Jenchura, Steven M Asch, Ann-Marie Rosland

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(7):e123


Using an Electronic Tablet to Assess Patients’ Home Environment by Videoconferencing Prior to Hospital Discharge: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Feasibility and Comparative Study

Using an Electronic Tablet to Assess Patients’ Home Environment by Videoconferencing Prior to Hospital Discharge: Protocol for a Mixed-Methods Feasibility and Comparative Study

For patients and caregivers who have accepted, the research assistant makes contact with them by phone or in person and presents the research project in detail, insisting that a refusal does not prevent them from having a quality occupational therapy service

Karine Latulippe, Véronique Provencher, Katia Boivin, Claude Vincent, Manon Guay, Dahlia Kairy, Ernesto Morales, Marc-André Pellerin, Dominique Giroux

JMIR Res Protoc 2019;8(1):e11674


A Weekly, Evidence-Based Health Letter for Caregivers (90Second Caregiver): Usability Study

A Weekly, Evidence-Based Health Letter for Caregivers (90Second Caregiver): Usability Study

Caregivers have been found to have high levels of stress, depression, and risk for mortality.

Athena Milios, Patrick McGrath, Hannah Baillie

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(2):e14496


A Tablet App Supporting Self-Management for People With Dementia: Explorative Study of Adoption and Use Patterns

A Tablet App Supporting Self-Management for People With Dementia: Explorative Study of Adoption and Use Patterns

Participants and caregivers were then given an opportunity to deliberate before deciding whether to participate in the study.Participants were recruited from June 2017 to February 2018, and during this period, 116 participants and 98 caregivers were enrolled.The

Laila Øksnebjerg, Bob Woods, Kathrine Ruth, Annette Lauridsen, Susanne Kristiansen, Helle Dalsgaard Holst, Gunhild Waldemar

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(1):e14694