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A Protocol-Driven, Digital Conversational Agent at the Hospital Bedside to Support Nurse Teams and to Mitigate Delirium and Falls Risk

A Protocol-Driven, Digital Conversational Agent at the Hospital Bedside to Support Nurse Teams and to Mitigate Delirium and Falls Risk

We conducted a pilot study of these digital avatars in a community hospital setting, and found that bedside avatars helped reduce the rate of falls among elderly inpatients while mitigating delirium and loneliness.

Victor Wang, Sharon Wexler, Lin Drury, Brittany Wang

iproc 2018;4(2):e11883

Sensor-Based Passive Remote Monitoring and Discordant Values: Qualitative Study of the Experiences of Low-Income Immigrant Elders in the United States

Sensor-Based Passive Remote Monitoring and Discordant Values: Qualitative Study of the Experiences of Low-Income Immigrant Elders in the United States

Technology-based care services have been presented as a potentially elegant solution to the issue of insufficient numbers of elder care workers and family caregivers as well as a means to address disparities in access to care for the growing elder immigrant

Clara Berridge, Keith T Chan, Youngjun Choi

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(3):e11516

Using the NIATx Model to Implement User-Centered Design of Technology for Older Adults

Using the NIATx Model to Implement User-Centered Design of Technology for Older Adults

Although we agree with Karat [21] that UCD does not need to be a rigid set of practices, we sought practical key principles that would provide a structure for the application of UCD methods throughout the life cycle of product development.

David H Gustafson Jr, Adam Maus, Julianne Judkins, Susan Dinauer, Andrew Isham, Roberta Johnson, Gina Landucci, Amy K Atwood

JMIR Hum Factors 2016;3(1):e2

Analysis of Requirements for Developing an mHealth-Based Health Management Platform

Analysis of Requirements for Developing an mHealth-Based Health Management Platform

were apps (85.5%, 189/221) and phone calls (49.3%, 109/221); the two most used kinds of smartphone-based apps were instant messengers (84.2%, 186/221) and news (59.3%, 131/221); the three most desired kinds of apps were health related (63.9%, 138/216), daily life

Hehua Zhang, Han Zhang, Xiaoning Wang, Zuosen Yang, Yuhong Zhao

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2017;5(8):e117

Views of Swedish Elder Care Personnel on Ongoing Digital Transformation:  Cross-Sectional Study

Views of Swedish Elder Care Personnel on Ongoing Digital Transformation: Cross-Sectional Study

A review of welfare technology use in elder care highlighted that the success factors in integrating welfare technology into elder care are having clear goals, incentives, and strong leadership; an infrastructure with proper capacity; a well-functioning organizational

Katarina Baudin, Christine Gustafsson, Susanne Frennert

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(6):e15450

Technology Acceptance and Information System Success of a Mobile Electronic Platform for Nonphysician Clinical Students in Zambia: Prospective, Nonrandomized Intervention Study

Technology Acceptance and Information System Success of a Mobile Electronic Platform for Nonphysician Clinical Students in Zambia: Prospective, Nonrandomized Intervention Study

The Biomedical Research Ethics Committee of the University of Zambia and the ethical committee of the University Hospital Heidelberg, Germany approved the study protocol.ResultsDemographicsOverall, the student population was predominantly male (58/74; 78%)

Sandra Barteit, Florian Neuhann, Till Bärnighausen, Annel Bowa, Sigrid Wolter, Hinson Siabwanta, Albrecht Jahn

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e14748