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Evaluating the Technology Acceptance of Home-based Cardiac Telerehabilitation Programmes in patients with Coronary Heart Disease: A Systematic Scoping Review (Preprint)

Hadassah Joann RAMACHANDRANa Jr, Ying Jiang Jr, Jun Yi Claire TEO Jr, Tee Joo YEO Sr, Wenru WANG Jr
2021 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
We aimed to provide a comprehensive summary of home-based cardiac telerehabilitation technology acceptance in terms of (1) the timing and approaches used and (2) patients' perspectives on its usability  ...  Home-based cardiac telerehabilitation usability, utility, acceptability, and acceptance were high; yet, a number of external variables influenced acceptance.  ...  Acknowledgments The assistance of Ms. Annelissa Chin with the peer-review database search strategy is greatly appreciated.  ... 
doi:10.2196/34657 pmid:34994711 pmcid:PMC8783276 fatcat:bkgct4llz5dpxja7sp7krqlmpe

Subjective usability of the CARDSS guideline-based decision support system

Rick Goud, Monique W M Jaspers, Arie Hasman, Niels Peek
2008 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
The objective of this study was to investigate subjective usability of a guideline-based CDSS for outpatient cardiac rehabilitation.  ...  As a result, CDSSs face additional challenges with respect to user acceptance.  ...  In this paper we report on a usability study that was carried out with a guidelinebased CDSS for cardiac rehabilitation in the Netherlands, called CARDSS (CArdiac Rehabilitation Decision Support System  ... 
pmid:18487730 fatcat:o2tapdghtjgbzousl67ehvrviq

A Grounded Approach for Applying Behavior Change Techniques in Mobile Cardiac Tele-Rehabilitation

Supraja Sankaran, Ines Frederix, Mieke Haesen, Paul Dendale, Kris Luyten, Karin Coninx
2016 Proceedings of the 9th ACM International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments - PETRA '16  
We evaluated our system, HeartHab, in a lab setting and show that our approach leads to a high user acceptance and willingness to use the system in daily activities.  ...  By implementing different concepts that contribute to behavior change and applying a set of distinct persuasive design patterns, we were able to translate the high-level goals of behavior theory into a  ...  We reported on our labbased usability evaluation, and conclude that our approach leads to a high user acceptance and intention to use the system in daily activities.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2910674.2910680 fatcat:fjoeai4hbncinfuiybjq5cnqbi

Methods Used to Evaluate mHealth Applications for Cardiovascular Disease: A Quasi-Systematic Scoping Review

Felix Holl, Jennifer Kircher, Walter J. Swoboda, Johannes Schobel
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The results of the data derived from these studies show that usability, motivation, and user experience were evaluated primarily using standardized questionnaires.  ...  In this paper, we focus on the criteria and methods of evaluating mHealth apps for cardiovascular disease and the implications for developing a widely applicable evaluation framework for mHealth interventions  ...  The usability of mHealth interventions (n = 14) was evaluated using several measurement methods and instruments, such as the PHWSUQ and the "System Usability Scale" [33] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182312315 pmid:34886039 pmcid:PMC8656469 fatcat:dmotvrdblbasznpgd7qgvrpvcq

Smartphones in the secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease: a systematic review

Sandra J. Hamilton, Belynda Mills, Eleanor M. Birch, Sandra C. Thompson
2018 BMC Cardiovascular Disorders  
Cardiac Rehabilitation (CR) and secondary prevention are effective components of evidence-based management for cardiac patients, resulting in improved clinical and behavioural outcomes.  ...  Results: Nine studies described a mix of mHealth interventions for CR (5 studies) and heart failure (4 studies) in the following categories: feasibility, utility and uptake studies; and randomised controlled  ...  Funding Not applicable Availability of data and materials Studies included in this systematic review are available online.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12872-018-0764-x pmid:29415680 pmcid:PMC5803998 fatcat:lsh6x3rcsrelrooud7bk26oh7u

Development of Mobile Health Application for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

Vitri Tundjungsari, Abdul Salam, Heri Yugaswara, Adhika Trisna
2018 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
This shows that mHealth is a potential tool to stimulate users for having healthy lifestyle, however it still required further validation of use from health experts to ensure the accuracy's result of the  ...  The application is evaluated iteratively from the first prototype (low-fidelity prototype) to the final prototype (high-fidelity prototype).  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This work was funded by the Ministry of Research Technology and Higher Education Republic of Indonesia, under PDUPT research schema.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2018.091175 fatcat:jjbfivawmvf3figvte2tikdrim

Patient Perception When Transitioning from Classic to Remote Assisted Cardiac Rehabilitation

Ștefan-Sebastian Busnatu, Maria-Alexandra Pană, Andreea Elena Lăcraru, Cosmina-Elena Jercălău, Nicolae Paun, Massimo Caprino, Kai Gand, Hannes Schlieter, Sofoklis Kyriazakos, Cătălina Liliana Andrei, Crina-Julieta Sinescu
2022 Diagnostics  
We conducted a system usability survey to assess the patients' perception of the system's technical and medical functions.  ...  The limited access of patients to cardiac rehabilitation in Romania has led to increased interest and motivation in this study.  ...  However, the evaluated patient sample provided efficient feedback with a usable system result.  ... 
doi:10.3390/diagnostics12040926 pmid:35453974 pmcid:PMC9030505 fatcat:pi7qbuw5qfazbo6qtgr7px3dfm

Expectation vs. Reality: Attitudes Towards a Socially Assistive Robot in Cardiac Rehabilitation

Jonathan A. Casas, Nathalia Céspedes, Carlos A. Cifuentes, Luisa F. Gutierrez, Mónica Rincón-Roncancio, Marcela Múnera
2019 Applied Sciences  
A total of 43 participants (28 patients and 15 clinicians) were included in the study, and acceptance and perception factors were evaluated through a modified UTAUT questionnaire model and open discussion  ...  As cardiac rehabilitation comprises numerous sessions, such systems must guarantee to be effective in the long term.  ...  These results are supported by 80% of the clinician group, who consider that using a robot during cardiac rehabilitation could be useful and adequate.  ... 
doi:10.3390/app9214651 fatcat:754eqikz6zekfjpqpdlxynsawq

Barriers and Facilitators of Technology in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Self-Management: Systematic Qualitative Grounded Theory Review (Preprint)

Shreya Tadas, David Coyle
2020 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Several systematic reviews have explored quantitative evidence on the potential of digital interventions to support cardiac rehabilitation (CR) and self-management.  ...  The use of technology is acceptable to many people undergoing CR and self-management.  ...  Acknowledgments This project was supported by the European Union's (EU) INTERREG VA program, which is managed by the Special EU Programmes Body.  ... 
doi:10.2196/18025 pmid:33174847 fatcat:7efemraq3fesrnirylvn6ql4em

Smartphone and social media-based cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention in China (SMART-CR/SP): a parallel-group, single-blind, randomised controlled trial

Tashi Dorje, Gang Zhao, Khandro Tso, Jing Wang, Yaolin Chen, Lhamo Tsokey, B-K Tan, Anna Scheer, Angela Jacques, Zhixing Li, Ruochen Wang, Clara K Chow (+2 others)
2019 The Lancet Digital Health  
These results justify the implementation of similar models of care on a broader scale. Curtin University.  ...  In this study, we aimed to assess the effectiveness of a smartphone-based cardiac rehabilitation and secondary prevention programme delivered via the social media platform WeChat (SMART-CR/SP).  ...  Acknowledgments We thank all patients with coronary heart disease who participated in this study, all the staff and research students from the Cardiology Department of Fudan University Zhongshan Hospital  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2589-7500(19)30151-7 pmid:33323210 fatcat:gbcv3bkgwnel5cscx7bv54hooi

Uptake of a technology-assisted home-care cardiac rehabilitation program

Marlien Varnfield, Mohanraj K Karunanithi, Antti Särelä, Elsa Garcia, Anita Fairfull, Brian F Oldenburg, Darren L Walters
2011 Medical Journal of Australia  
Mentors find the mobile-phone modalities practical and easy to use, and preliminary results show high usage rates and acceptance of ICT by participants.  ...  Although cardiac rehabilitation (CR) programs have been shown to be beneficial and effective, rates of referral, uptake and utilisation of traditional hospital or community centre programs are poor.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge the contribution of Nokia Research, Telstra, Multi-ed Medical, Mega Electronics, and the Australian Cardiovascular Health and Rehabilitation Association for the devices,  ... 
pmid:21401482 fatcat:jal3ggymdng2fetm2gbxwhpwru

Comprehensive verticality analysis and web-based rehabilitation system for people with multiple sclerosis with supervised medical monitoring

Gonzalo Eguiluz-Perez, Begonya Garcia-Zapirain
2014 Bio-medical materials and engineering  
Preliminary results about the usability of the system using SUS scale, 72 and 76 points over 100 (patients and professionals respectively), demonstrate that our system is usable for both patients and professionals  ...  whole system as a rehabilitation tool.  ...  Acknowledgment We would like to express our gratitude to BIZKAILAB initiative of the Biscay Council, EM and the Basque Country Department of Education, Universities and Research for their support.  ... 
doi:10.3233/bme-141175 pmid:25227062 fatcat:t2paco5iebgirkwuy25o4aqgom

Implementation of Telerehabilitation Interventions for the Self-management of Cardiovascular Disease: A Systematic Review (Preprint)

Narayan Subedi, Jonathan C Rawstorn, Lan Gao, Harriet Koorts, Ralph Maddison
2020 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
A narrative synthesis of results was carried out. No included studies evaluated the implementation of cardiac telerehabilitation in routine clinical practice.  ...  A total of 10 studies of 2250 participants evaluated implementation outcomes, including acceptability (8/10, 80%), appropriateness (9/10, 90%), adoption (6/10, 60%), feasibility (6/10, 60%), fidelity (  ...  NS received a Deakin University Postgraduate Research Scholarship for his PhD from the university.  ... 
doi:10.2196/17957 pmid:33245286 fatcat:igk5d7l35jga7aepekykxjyq3i

Effect of guideline based computerised decision support on decision making of multidisciplinary teams: cluster randomised trial in cardiac rehabilitation

R. Goud, N. F de Keizer, G. ter Riet, J. C Wyatt, A. Hasman, I. M Hellemans, N. Peek
2009 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Participants Multidisciplinary cardiac rehabilitation teams in Dutch centres and their cardiac rehabilitation patients.  ...  for type and volume of centre.  ...  39 In a pilot study in four cardiac rehabilitation centres, CARDSS was readily accepted and integrated into existing working procedures. 40 Participants The national guidelines and CARDSS were jointly  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.b1440 pmid:19398471 pmcid:PMC2674147 fatcat:ihlik3tgdjdedj5hzppq6uurue

Designing a Computer-based Rehabilitation Solution for Older Adults: The Importance of Testing Usability

Fátima González-Palau, Manuel A. Franco Martín, José Miguel Toribio Guzmán, Raquel Losada, Esther Parra, Panagiotis D. Bamidis
2013 PsychNology Journal  
The results also highlighted the importance of examining not only the cognitive effectiveness of new rehabilitation programs, but also the immediate issues of design and acceptance by end users.  ...  Results: High scores were found in all the sections of the questionnaire, indicating good usability and satisfaction with the LLM system.  ...  Usability results Affective evaluation of LLM Table 2 shows the scores of the three groups in all the sections of the users' questionnaire Usability evaluation This section of the survey asked the  ... 
dblp:journals/psychnology/Gonzalez-PalauFTLPB13 fatcat:m6j5mom5tjhineeykmlg5cchhy
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