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Preferences and concerns for quality of life technology among older adults and persons with disabilities: National survey results
Efforts to develop novel technologies that address the everyday challenges faced by older adults and persons with disabilities are constrained by limited understanding of their perspectives asExpand
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Analyzing the Practice of Life Cycle Assessment
Life cycle assessment (LCA) is a quantitative tool used to evaluate the environmental impacts of products or processes. With respect to buildings, LCA can be used to evaluate the environmentalExpand
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Ethical Perspectives on Emerging Assistive Technologies: Insights from Focus Groups with Stakeholders in Long-Term Care Facilities
Assistive technologies are relatively novel tools for research and daily care in long-term care (LTC) facilities that are faced with the burgeoning of the older adult population and dwindlingExpand
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Caregivers' Willingness to Pay for Technologies to Support Caregiving.
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY We report the results of a study designed to assess whether and how much informal caregivers are willing to pay for technologies designed to help monitor and support careExpand
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A Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Website for African Americans, Caucasians, and Mexican Americans: Formative Evaluation
Background The majority of Americans now access the Internet, thereby expanding prospects for Web-based health-related education and intervention. However, there remains a digital divide among thoseExpand
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Older adults' and case managers' initial impressions of community-based telehealth kiosks.
Community-based (multi-user) telehealth interventions may be beneficial for older adults, but there is little research regarding such interventions. As a first step in feasibility assessment, we usedExpand
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Wearable Technology to Garner the Perspective of Dementia Family Caregivers.
Family caregivers of individuals with dementia typically have limited opportunity during brief clinical encounters to describe the dementia-related behaviors and interactions they find difficult toExpand
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Usability Testing of a Prototype Multi-User Telehealth Kiosk
The overall purpose of this study was to learn how community-dwelling older adults would interact with our prototype multi-user telehealth kiosk and their views about its usability. Expand
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