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A Web-Based Mobile App With a Smartwatch to Support Social Engagement in Persons With Memory Loss: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

A Web-Based Mobile App With a Smartwatch to Support Social Engagement in Persons With Memory Loss: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Doris (caregiver, age 72) said that her husband’s anxiety “went through the roof” while using the technology. The technology, she said, was too overwhelming and caused him to become agitated.

Hayley R McCarron, Rachel Zmora, Joseph E Gaugler

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e13378

Prevalence of Mental Disorders, Cognitive Impairment, and Dementia Among Older Adults in Egypt: Protocol for a Systematic Review

Prevalence of Mental Disorders, Cognitive Impairment, and Dementia Among Older Adults in Egypt: Protocol for a Systematic Review

Moreover, Loza [13] pointed out that mental health received late recognition within health sector reform. Thus, the necessary development and financing were not initially a priority.

Opeyemi Odejimi, George Tadros, Noha Sabry

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(7):e14637

Influence of Organizational Issues on Nurse Administrators’ Support to Staff Nurses’ Use of Smartphones for Work Purposes in the Philippines: Focus Group Study

Influence of Organizational Issues on Nurse Administrators’ Support to Staff Nurses’ Use of Smartphones for Work Purposes in the Philippines: Focus Group Study

See items for perceived organizational support in Bautista et al [18].bEach respondent was asked if the hospital provides their work area with a unit phone (ie, hospital-provided mobile phone).cRefers to the hospitals that eventually became focus group sites.Table

John Robert Bautista, Trisha T C Lin, Yin-Leng Theng

JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e17040

Proposing a Transactional Model of eHealth Literacy: Concept Analysis

Proposing a Transactional Model of eHealth Literacy: Concept Analysis

In Gilstad’s model, the outcome associated with eHealth literacy is communicative expertise (ie, the capacity to discuss a personal or family concern with an offline health care provider).Unlike Norman and Skinner [14] and Gilstad [26], Bautista [16] developed

Samantha R Paige, Michael Stellefson, Janice L Krieger, Charkarra Anderson-Lewis, JeeWon Cheong, Christine Stopka

J Med Internet Res 2018;20(10):e10175

The Association of Health Literacy and Electronic Health Literacy With Self-Efficacy, Coping, and Caregiving Perceptions Among Carers of People With Dementia: Research Protocol for a Descriptive Correlational Study

The Association of Health Literacy and Electronic Health Literacy With Self-Efficacy, Coping, and Caregiving Perceptions Among Carers of People With Dementia: Research Protocol for a Descriptive Correlational Study

The result was the Patient Readiness to Engage in Health Internet Technology instrument to measure the eHealth literacy of older adults.More recent suggestions are the ones proposed by Norgaard et al [24] and Bautista [25].

Areti Efthymiou, Nicos Middleton, Andreas Charalambous, Evridiki Papastavrou

JMIR Res Protoc 2017;6(11):e221

An Interactive Home-Based Cognitive-Motor Step Training Program to Reduce Fall Risk in Older Adults: Qualitative Descriptive Study of Older Adults’ Experiences and Requirements

An Interactive Home-Based Cognitive-Motor Step Training Program to Reduce Fall Risk in Older Adults: Qualitative Descriptive Study of Older Adults’ Experiences and Requirements

users from getting bored:Well going to the gym bores me to tears, walking bores me to tears, that [SureStep program] keeps me active, my mind as well as my body and that is the main thing I enjoy.Ada, 76-year-old femaleFor participants of this study, such as Doris

Trinidad Valenzuela, Husna Razee, Daniel Schoene, Stephen Ronald Lord, Kim Delbaere

JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e11975