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Development of an mHealth platform for HIV Care: Gathering User Perspectives Through Co-Design Workshops and Interviews

Development of an mHealth platform for HIV Care: Gathering User Perspectives Through Co-Design Workshops and Interviews

We decided to use co-design workshops as the main method through which potential users in design activities to develop ideas and identify challenges could be involved [26]. However, co-design workshops are also recognized as a challenging method.

Benjamin Marent, Flis Henwood, Mary Darking, EmERGE Consortium

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(10):e184

Co-Design to Support the Development of Inclusive eHealth Tools for Caregivers of Functionally Dependent Older Persons: Social Justice Design

Co-Design to Support the Development of Inclusive eHealth Tools for Caregivers of Functionally Dependent Older Persons: Social Justice Design

In research design, and in the health field in particular, there is an increasing amount of research on co-creation or co-design of services, programs, or tools together with FUs [14].

Karine Latulippe, Christine Hamel, Dominique Giroux

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(11):e18399

Co-Designing an eHealth Service for the Co-Care of Parkinson Disease: Explorative Study of Values and Challenges

Co-Designing an eHealth Service for the Co-Care of Parkinson Disease: Explorative Study of Values and Challenges

Cocreation has been broadly defined as any act of collective creativity, while co-design signifies the span of a design process [7].

Åsa Revenäs, Helena Hvitfeldt Forsberg, Emma Granström, Carolina Wannheden

JMIR Res Protoc 2018;7(10):e11278

Requirements for an Electronic Health Tool to Support the Process of Help Seeking by Caregivers of Functionally Impaired Older Adults: Co-Design Approach

Requirements for an Electronic Health Tool to Support the Process of Help Seeking by Caregivers of Functionally Impaired Older Adults: Co-Design Approach

Therefore, for caregivers’ effective use of eHealth, the design of any eHealth tool targeting this population should involve a participatory approach [13-15].Co-Design of Information and Communication TechnologyCo-design was first known as participatory design

Mélanie Tremblay, Karine Latulippe, Anik MC Giguere, Véronique Provencher, Valérie Poulin, Véronique Dubé, Manon Guay, Sophie Ethier, Andrée Sévigny, Maude Carignan, Dominique Giroux

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12327

Design and Development of a Person-Centered Patient Portal Using Participatory Stakeholder Co-Design

Design and Development of a Person-Centered Patient Portal Using Participatory Stakeholder Co-Design

In our estimation, the success of the Opal project to date is due in large part to our participatory stakeholder co-design approach.

John Kildea, John Battista, Briana Cabral, Laurie Hendren, David Herrera, Tarek Hijal, Ackeem Joseph

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(2):e11371

How People with Parkinson's Disease and Health Care Professionals Wish to Partner in Care Using eHealth: Co-Design Study

How People with Parkinson's Disease and Health Care Professionals Wish to Partner in Care Using eHealth: Co-Design Study

More specifically, this study explores PwP’s and HCPs’ expectations and desired eHealth functionalities to achieve co-care.MethodsStudy Design and ParticipantsPrinciples of participatory design were used to enable the identification of PwP’s and HCPs’ views

Carolina Wannheden, Åsa Revenäs

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(9):e19195

Integration of Conversion Factors for the Development of an Inclusive eHealth Tool With Caregivers of Functionally Dependent Older Persons: Social Justice Design

Integration of Conversion Factors for the Development of an Inclusive eHealth Tool With Caregivers of Functionally Dependent Older Persons: Social Justice Design

That is, the author took part in the preparation of the co-design sessions by ensuring the participation of FUs and by exploring different ways of integrating conversion factors, facilitating the co-design sessions, debriefing co-design sessions, and developing

Karine Latulippe, Christine Hamel, Dominique Giroux

JMIR Hum Factors 2020;7(3):e18120

A Mobile Internet Service for Self-Management of Physical Activity in People With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Challenges in Advancing the Co-Design Process During the Requirements Specification Phase

A Mobile Internet Service for Self-Management of Physical Activity in People With Rheumatoid Arthritis: Challenges in Advancing the Co-Design Process During the Requirements Specification Phase

“User-centered design” [7] and “participatory design” [1] are umbrella terms for design strategies. Experience-based design (EBD) [6] is a subform of participatory design that involves including lead users as co-designers.

Åsa Revenäs, Cathrin Martin, Christina H. Opava, Maria Brusewitz, Christina Keller, Pernilla Åsenlöf

JMIR Res Protoc 2015;4(3):e111

Creating Gameful Design in mHealth: A Participatory Co-Design Approach

Creating Gameful Design in mHealth: A Participatory Co-Design Approach

To achieve this, the approach is not only focused on the outcomes of design processes but also on the process itself, as it is a vehicle for enabling the co-designers’ meaningful participation.

Stian Jessen, Jelena Mirkovic, Cornelia M Ruland

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018;6(12):e11579