Diana L. Nobile-Hernandez

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OBJECTIVES We describe an innovative community-centered participatory design approach, Consumer-centered Participatory Design (C2PD), and the results of applying C2PD to design and develop a web-based fall prevention system. METHODS We conducted focus groups and design sessions with English- and Spanish-speaking community-dwelling older adults. Focus(More)
Vulnerable populations have potential to be significant partners and informants in the development of health information technology. We describe our experience in conducting human-centered participatory design methods with community-dwelling elders in the development of a computer-based falls prevention self-management tool for use in a personal health(More)
Falls are dangerous and costly for older adults. The A Matter of Balance/Volunteer Lay Leader (AMOB/VLL) program is an evidence-based fall risk reduction program that could help reduce this burden. This study introduced a door-through-door transportation program to improve program delivery (N = 126). Characteristics predicting completion of all eight(More)
In the original article by R. Lucero et al.: “Identifying Consumer’s Needs of Health Information Technology through an Innovative Participatory Design Approach among Englishand Spanish-speaking Urban Older Adults”, Dr. Argerie Tsimicalis was left off the authors list. Dr. Tsimicalis was instrumental in the analysis of the data for this publication. The(More)
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