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Person and Family Centeredness in Ethiopian Cancer Care: Proposal for a Project for Improving Communication, Ethics, Decision Making, and Health

Person and Family Centeredness in Ethiopian Cancer Care: Proposal for a Project for Improving Communication, Ethics, Decision Making, and Health

Centered Care” at Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden.Cancer is killing more people in the developing world than HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined [1-3], and it is a growing concern in Ethiopia [2,4].

Nataliya Berbyuk Lindström, Aynalem Abraha Woldemariam, Abebe Bekele, Christian Munthe, Rune Andersson, Bethlehem Girma Kebede, Barbro Linderholm, Wondemagegnhu Tigeneh

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(5):e16493

Using an Interactive App for Symptom Reporting and Management Following Pancreatic Cancer Surgery to Facilitate Person-Centered Care: Descriptive Study

Using an Interactive App for Symptom Reporting and Management Following Pancreatic Cancer Surgery to Facilitate Person-Centered Care: Descriptive Study

Person-centered care is today a widely encouraged alternative and means a shift away from a model in which the patient is the passive object of care to a model where arrangements are made involving the patient as an active participant in his or her care [10

Tina Gustavell, Kay Sundberg, Ann Langius-Eklöf

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(6):e17855

Information and Communication Technologies to Support Chronic Disease Self-Management: Preconditions for Enhancing the Partnership in Person-Centered Care

Information and Communication Technologies to Support Chronic Disease Self-Management: Preconditions for Enhancing the Partnership in Person-Centered Care

We identified four preconditions for ICT-enabled person-centered care, but found that while these preconditions are sometimes met, the intended outcomes of ICT-enabled person-centered care are not always realized.

Sabine Wildevuur, Fleur Thomese, Julie Ferguson, Ab Klink

J Participat Med 2017;9(1):e14

A National Assessment of Access to Technology Among Nursing Home Residents: A Secondary Analysis

A National Assessment of Access to Technology Among Nursing Home Residents: A Secondary Analysis

IntroductionUsing health information technology (IT) to engage residents and promote person-centered care in nursing homes is a novel idea.

Kimberly Ryan Powell, Gregory Lynn Alexander, Richard Madsen, Chelsea Deroche

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e11449

Information and Communication Technology–Enabled Person-Centered Care for the “Big Five” Chronic Conditions: Scoping Review

Information and Communication Technology–Enabled Person-Centered Care for the “Big Five” Chronic Conditions: Scoping Review

Moreover, the impact of these types of ICT and person-centered care (PCC) interventions on (health-related) quality of life is unknown.

Sabine E Wildevuur, Lianne WL Simonse

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(3):e77