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Digital Divide in Perceived Benefits of Online Health Care and Social Welfare Services: National Cross-Sectional Survey Study

Digital Divide in Perceived Benefits of Online Health Care and Social Welfare Services: National Cross-Sectional Survey Study

To ensure that users increase participation in online services, it is important that they find that online services are beneficial for them [1].There are risks that users (especially those people who need the services most) will drop out of online services

Tarja Heponiemi, Vesa Jormanainen, Lars Leemann, Kristiina Manderbacka, Anna-Mari Aalto, Hannele Hyppönen

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(7):e17616

The Participatory Zeitgeist in Health Care: It is Time for a Science of Participation

The Participatory Zeitgeist in Health Care: It is Time for a Science of Participation

clinical decision-making” [4] is now so prolific that it is time to genuinely consider the need for a science of participation in health care.Why Do We Need a Science of Participation?

Victoria Jane Palmer

J Participat Med 2020;12(1):e15101

Involvement of People With Dementia in the Development of Technology-Based Interventions: Narrative Synthesis Review and Best Practice Guidelines

Involvement of People With Dementia in the Development of Technology-Based Interventions: Narrative Synthesis Review and Best Practice Guidelines

Narrative synthesis is preferred for this review as it can be used to convert the evidence into clear and structured best practice guidelines on how to facilitate the participation of people with dementia in the development of technology-based interventions

Harleen Kaur Rai, Aline Cavalcanti Barroso, Lauren Yates, Justine Schneider, Martin Orrell

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(12):e17531

Acceptability of a Mobile Phone–Based Augmented Reality Game for Rehabilitation of Patients With Upper Limb Deficits from Stroke: Case Study

Acceptability of a Mobile Phone–Based Augmented Reality Game for Rehabilitation of Patients With Upper Limb Deficits from Stroke: Case Study

Finally, 1 patient reported little experience with videogames (less than 3 times in 24 months).InterventionTable 2 summarizes patient participation. All patients completed at least one game session with their affected hand.

Nina LaPiana, Alvin Duong, Alex Lee, Leon Alschitz, Rafael M L Silva, Jody Early, Aaron Bunnell, Pierre Mourad

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(2):e17822

Correction: Caregiver Input to Optimize the Design of a Pediatric Care Planning Guide for Rehabilitation: Descriptive Study

Correction: Caregiver Input to Optimize the Design of a Pediatric Care Planning Guide for Rehabilitation: Descriptive Study

These errors have been corrected as follows:Introduction:In the “Background” subsection, fifth paragraph, the text should read: “Participation and Environment Measure Plus (PEM+) is a guide that is compatible with the YC-PEM and may expedite care plan development

Mary A Khetani, Heather K Lim, Marya E Corden

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2017;4(2):e13

Caregiver Input to Optimize the Design of a Pediatric Care Planning Guide for Rehabilitation: Descriptive Study

Caregiver Input to Optimize the Design of a Pediatric Care Planning Guide for Rehabilitation: Descriptive Study

For example, the Young Children’s Participation and Environment Measure (YC-PEM) is a newly developed electronic assessment of children’s participation.

Mary A Khetani, Heather K Lim, Marya E Corden

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2017;4(2):e10

Role of a Digital Return-To-Work Solution for Individuals With Common Mental Disorders: Qualitative Study of the Perspectives of Three Stakeholder Groups

Role of a Digital Return-To-Work Solution for Individuals With Common Mental Disorders: Qualitative Study of the Perspectives of Three Stakeholder Groups

potential to make RTW interventions more accessible [27,28].Digital mental health interventions enable service users to gain access to welfare services and interventions regardless of geographical circumstances, time, and place [29], resulting in encouraging user participation

Patrik Engdahl, Petra Svedberg, Annika Lexén, Ulrika Bejerholm

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(9):e15625