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Factors affecting front line staff acceptance of telehealth technologies: a mixed-method systematic review.
AIM To synthesize qualitative and quantitative evidence of front-line staff acceptance of the use of telehealth technologies for the management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and ChronicExpand
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Technologies to Support Community-Dwelling Persons With Dementia: A Position Paper on Issues Regarding Development, Usability, Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness, Deployment, and Ethics
Background With the expected increase in the numbers of persons with dementia, providing timely, adequate, and affordable care and support is challenging. Assistive and health technologies may be aExpand
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Building research capacity in the allied health professions
This article discusses research capacity building and its relevance for health practitioners using allied health professionals (AHPs) as a case example. Allied health professionals is a term used toExpand
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Examining the use of telehealth in community nursing: identifying the factors affecting frontline staff acceptance and telehealth adoption.
AIMS To examine frontline staff acceptance of telehealth and identify barriers to and enablers of successful adoption of remote monitoring for patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease andExpand
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A European consensus on outcome measures for psychosocial intervention research in dementia care
Psychosocial intervention makes a vital contribution to dementia care. However, the lack of consensus about which outcome measures to use to evaluate effectiveness prevents meaningful comparisonsExpand
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Using direct observation to record the behaviour of long‐stay patients with dementia
This article describes the development of a direct observation system for the assessment of the behaviour of elderly demented long‐stay patients. The technique of recording behaviour in real time hasExpand
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Feasibility study into self-administered training at home using an arm and hand device with motivational gaming environment in chronic stroke
BackgroundAssistive and robotic training devices are increasingly used for rehabilitation of the hemiparetic arm after stroke, although applications for the wrist and hand are trailing behind.Expand
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Self-management for people with early dementia
This article describes the concept of self-management and how it is being promoted. This is followed by a consideration of why dementia has been largely set aside. Illustrations of how people withExpand
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Qualitative evaluation of the SMART2 self-management system for people in chronic pain
Abstract Purpose: Technology could support the self-management of long-term health conditions such as chronic pain. This article describes an evaluation of SMART2, a personalised self-managementExpand
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Implementing solutions to improve and expand telehealth adoption: participatory action research in four community healthcare settings
BackgroundAdoption of telehealth has been slower than anticipated, and little is known about the service improvements that help to embed telehealth into routine practice or the role of frontlineExpand
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