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Feasibility study: home telemonitoring for patients with lung cancer in a mountainous rural area.
- Trisha Petitte, G. Narsavage, Y. Chen, C. Coole, Tara Forth, K. Frick
- Oncology nursing forum
- 1 March 2014
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To explore the feasibility of rural home telemonitoring for patients with lung cancer. DESIGN Exploratory, descriptive, observational. SETTING Patient homes within a 75-mile… Expand
A Train the Trainer Approach to IPE Faculty Development in Appalachia
Outcomes of Home Telemonitoring for Patients with Lung Cancer Using Intention-to-Treat Approach
Feasibility And Challenges Of Using Telemonitors For Data Collection In Rural West Virginia
A feasibility study: Home-telemonitoring for rural lung cancer patients
- Georgia Narsavage, Yea-Jyh Kathy Chen, Trisha Petitte, Charles Coole, Tara Forth
- 1 September 2013
Home-telemonitoring benefits for patients with lung cancer are unknown. We used a Honeywell system ( GenesisDM© ) to study WVU hospital patients with Time-1 data collected after consent in-hospital.… Expand
Late-breaking abstract: Relationship of compliance to healthcare utilization outcomes and cost of home-telemonitoring for patients with lung cancer
Aims: To study healthcare utilization/costs by compliance for Lung CA patients home-telemonitoring (TM) after feasibility (Petitte et al., ONF, 41(2), 153–161). Methods: RCT 47 rural-patients (TM… Expand