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Human factors in the development and implementation of telerehabilitation systems

David M Brennan, Linsey M Barker
2008 Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare  
Telemedicine services must be designed and implemented with the users in mind. When conducting telerehabilitation, factors such as age, education and technology experience must be taken into account.  ...  Telerehabilitation technology and treatment environments should adhere to universal design standards so as to be accessible, efficient, usable and understandable to all.  ...  Human factors in telerehabilitation It is essential that all telemedicine services are designed and implemented with the users in mind.  ... 
doi:10.1258/jtt.2007.007040 pmid:18348747 fatcat:2jf2c7ulondwbdt4vefod4zena

User-centred multimodal reminders for assistive living

Marilyn Rose McGee-Lennon, Maria Klara Wolters, Stephen Brewster
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '11  
We suggest that developers of home care reminder systems should design for diversity,  ...  While there has been a lot of research on the usability of reminders and alarms in the work context, the home has been somewhat neglected despite the importance of reminder systems for telecare and assistive  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank Karl Isaac for assisting with the focus groups, and the people who invited us in to their  ... 
doi:10.1145/1978942.1979248 dblp:conf/chi/McGee-LennonWB11 fatcat:zw5k7jjzmfhhpfadbodbnrwo5a

Are We There Yet? Human Factors Knowledge and Health Information Technology – the Challenges of Implementation and Impact

P. Turner, A. Kushniruk, C. Nohr
2017 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Objective: To review the developments in human factors (HF) research on the challenges of health information technology (HIT) implementation and impact given the continuing incidence of usability problems  ...  The paper highlights support for: (i) strengthening the evidence base on the benefits of HF approaches; (ii) improving knowledge translation in the implementation of HF approaches during HIT design, implementation  ...  [25] for improved transparency on com-parative user experience data and greater clarity on how it should be structured and reported.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0037-1606484 fatcat:p5h46nnkgfgmzjnvaslqolx6ga

Are We There Yet? Human Factors Knowledge and Health Information Technology – the Challenges of Implementation and Impact

P. Turner, A. Kushniruk, C. Nohr
2017 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Objective: To review the developments in human factors (HF) research on the challenges of health information technology (HIT) implementation and impact given the continuing incidence of usability problems  ...  The paper highlights support for: (i) strengthening the evidence base on the benefits of HF approaches; (ii) improving knowledge translation in the implementation of HF approaches during HIT design, implementation  ...  [25] for improved transparency on com-parative user experience data and greater clarity on how it should be structured and reported.  ... 
doi:10.15265/iy-2017-014 pmid:29063542 pmcid:PMC6239238 fatcat:xq2pomtvcjgzdldfqvux4ec6vu

Considering human factors and developing systems-thinking behaviours to ensure patient safety

2018 Clinical Pharmacist  
a more seamless experience for the service user and carer.  ...  , professional standards and clinical governance which will improve safety for patients. 3.7.2 When designing services and introducing change, the design should allow for minimal disruption to the workflow  ...  It also firmly positioned pharmacists as real partners in the planning and delivery of healthcare in both hospital and community settings and for the long term modernisation of the services they provide  ... 
doi:10.1211/cp.2018.20204352 fatcat:vnyf7di6wzarrlvuelz6kgddca

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE SUCCESSFUL IMPLEMENTATION OF TELEHEALTH

Elizabeth Ornelas
2015 Zenodo  
The purpose of this Doctor of Nursing Practice project was to identify factors that support adoption of telehealth in a for-profit retail health clinic.  ...  The DIT and Promoting Action on Research Implementation in Health Services model (PARiSH) provided theoretical and conceptual foundations for this project.  ...  They identified seven recruitment and retention factors for compatibility of users: family, community, lifestyle, professional, economic, educational, and organizational.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4431002 fatcat:droitmginzgsxjgpbkxc4nk3ay

Patient safety risks associated with telecare: a systematic review and narrative synthesis of the literature

Veslemøy Guise, Janet Anderson, Siri Wiig
2014 BMC Health Services Research  
This process can be aided by reframing known telecare implementation challenges and user experiences of telecare with the help of a human factors systems approach to patient safety.  ...  Furthermore, it is unclear how training for telecare users has addressed patient safety issues.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Grete Mortensen, special librarian at the University of Stavanger, for valuable assistance during the literature search process.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-014-0588-z pmid:25421823 pmcid:PMC4254014 fatcat:kza3lpfkv5e3ldm5ouwxksfxzi

Telehealth services in rural and remote Australia: a systematic review of models of care and factors influencing success and sustainability

Natalie Bradford, Liam Caffery, Anthony Smith
2016 Rural and remote health  
This review provides information for policy makers, governments and public and private health services that wish to integrate telehealth into routine practice and for telehealth providers to enhance the  ...  Telehealth services in rural and remote Australia are described and we have identified six key factors associated with the success and sustainability of services: vision, ownership, adaptability, economics  ...  The experience in Victoria with telepsychiatry for the child and adolescent mental health service.  ... 
doi:10.22605/rrh4268 fatcat:77mcelqyvjbmpeku6ho2ff3g5q

A Model of Contextual Factors Affecting Older Adults' Information-Sharing Decisions in the US

Alisa Frik, Julia Bernd, Serge Egelman
2022 ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction  
Finally, we suggest directions for future research and describe practical implications of our model for the design and evaluation of collaborative information-sharing systems, as well as for policy and  ...  However, information flow in collaborative systems is complex, not always transparent to elderly users, and may raise privacy and security concerns.  ...  model, and anonymous reviewers for WEIS and TOCHI for suggestions about the paper.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3557888 fatcat:6ecyc2qi2rdldi7znklej3jsyq

Relationship of risk factors to mobility outcomes

J.D. Edwards, G. Cissel
2002 Gerontechnology  
These findings have implications for the design guidelines for these types of systems.  ...  CREATE at Home: Human Factors Contributions to an Aware Home for Older Adults. Gerontechnology 2002; 2(1): 89.  ...  On the basis of the results design guidelines will be done and used when designing www-services and digital TV environment for elderly people.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.066.00 fatcat:chaut6utjzep5arwpdflt4d4ku

Relationship of risk factors to crash involvement

K.K. Ball, D. Roenker, G.R. McGwin
2002 Gerontechnology  
These findings have implications for the design guidelines for these types of systems.  ...  CREATE at Home: Human Factors Contributions to an Aware Home for Older Adults. Gerontechnology 2002; 2(1): 89.  ...  On the basis of the results design guidelines will be done and used when designing www-services and digital TV environment for elderly people.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002.02.01.065.00 fatcat:ps4twwhrjbgfviu7kswxsi5wce

Group pulmonary rehabilitation delivered to the home via the internet

Andrea Taylor, Angus Aitken, David Godden, Judith Colligan
2011 Proceedings of the 2011 annual conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '11  
A physiotherapist delivered a pulmonary rehabilitation program, involving twice-weekly exercise sessions for eight weeks.  ...  We thank Alan Sloan at JANET Videoconferencing Service (JVCS) for technical assistance.  ...  We also thank NHS Highland patients who volunteered to take part in the study and Corinne Clark for delivering an education talk.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1978942.1979398 dblp:conf/chi/TaylorAGC11 fatcat:aulshilpunellm2fkmeo3yehfu

Factors Influencing the Application of Connected Health in Remote Areas, Taiwan: A Qualitative Pilot Study

Sonia Chien-I. Chen, Chenglian Liu
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Therefore, understanding their views is significant in the design of a successful and user-friendly interactive system.  ...  The majority were healthcare providers as most of them are the CH end users. Their feedback was essential in reflecting the effectiveness of CH products and services.  ...  Acknowledgments: The author would like to thank Rodney McAdam, Michael Brennan, and Shirley Davey from Ulster University for sharing their pearls of wisdom during this research.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17041282 pmid:32079241 fatcat:vcjeyjsonfdk7kvi7jk6dpamoq

User knowledge factors that hinder the design of new home healthcare devices: investigating thirty-eight devices and their manufacturers

Fan Yang, Abdullah Al Mahmud, Tao Wang
2021 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
The demand for home healthcare devices arises; however, many home healthcare devices on the market are not designed to reflect the needs and features of the end-users.  ...  This study explored the user knowledge factors that hindered the design of new home healthcare devices and the interrelationships between the factors.  ...  The funding sources had no role in the design of the study and collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and in writing the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-021-01464-3 pmid:34020640 fatcat:aqxzidjp7benpjzgpzwrje2e6q

Key factors in the engineering process for systems for aging in place contributing to low usability and success

Jean D. Hallewell Haslwanter, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Klaus Miesenberger
2018 Journal of Enabling Technologies  
Methods for deriving factors are based on thematic analysis to identify common factors across cases and participants.  ...  Design/methodology/approach -The paper analyzed the results of three qualitative studies, including two detailed case studies and a further study with 35 participants, to derive key factors.  ...  Although guidelines, methods, tools and techniques for accessibility and AT for design and engineering exist, this body of knowledge is not yet a part of mainstream education and skills sets, as demonstrated  ... 
doi:10.1108/jet-12-2017-0053 fatcat:dpqbphg35nd55cigxjjj6tytyq
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