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Trust in telemedicine portals for rehabilitation care: an exploratory focus group study with patients and healthcare professionals

Lex Van Velsen, Sabine Wildevuur, Ina Flierman, Boris Van Schooten, Monique Tabak, Hermie Hermens
2015 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
Methods: We held two focus groups with patients (total n = 15) and two with healthcare professionals (total n = 13) in which we discussed when trust matters, what makes up trust in a rehabilitation portal  ...  In this study, we explored what determines trust in portals that facilitate rehabilitation therapy, both from the perspective of the patient and the healthcare professional.  ...  We would like to thank Roessingh Center for Rehabilitation and Reade Center for Rehabilitation for their efforts in recruiting participants.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-016-0250-2 pmid:26818611 pmcid:PMC4728819 fatcat:icbmpa6zebeajofzybgnz3xd3i

Oral Presentations

2001 Technology and Health Care  
A holistic and integrated view of telemedicine with society and patients in the centre is important when infusing it in the health care organisation to be able to receive all the potentials.  ...  Follow-up studies of clinical rounds showed a number of positive effects such as an increased quality of health care, appreciated knowledge-transfer and, paradoxically, reduced costs for the society (tax  ...  The two groups will hereafter be referred to as the with-telemedicine group and the without-telemedicine group.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2001-9405 fatcat:njxsp6up7jhl7hvh4idloudlyy


Ch. Elsner, D. Häckl, H. van der Slikke, V. Della Mea, T.N. Arvanitis, H. Wiesmeth
2007 Technology and Health Care  
All rights reserved -A healthcare virtual community Background: is an online health community which was launched on April 1 st , 2007, focusing on peer-to-peer interaction between  ...  patients.  ...  Examples of dedicated medical services in VH are e-learning and dedicated information portals for professionals and citizens/patients, real-time telemedicine, medical assistance, as well as services for  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2007-15503 fatcat:bjb5zxdzwncrdkdufkdzathke4

Using a tablet application about nutrition in home care—Experiences and perspectives of healthcare professionals

Caroline Farsjø, Anders Kluge, Anne Moen
2018 Health and Social Care in the community  
Acknowledgements Acknowledgments We want to thank all participants in this study for their time and contributions.  ...  We thank Astri Letnes Janson for assisting with data collection and with the transcribing of interviews.  ...  We interviewed 24 healthcare professionals individually and in focus groups.  ... 
doi:10.1111/hsc.12685 pmid:30456774 fatcat:ohcbwgwbebbnzeegza5gh6afca

Outpatient services and primary care: scoping review, substudies and international comparisons

Eleanor Winpenny, Céline Miani, Emma Pitchforth, Sarah Ball, Ellen Nolte, Sarah King, Joanne Greenhalgh, Martin Roland
2016 Health Services and Delivery Research  
We also studied consultants who held contracts with community-based organisations rather than with hospital trusts.  ...  roles, challenges to professional identity and a lack of opportunities for professional development.  ...  The deployment of a national health-care portal: the PAZIO project in the Province of Utrecht aims at developing a national healthcare portal to facilitate, for example, online appointments, self-management  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr04150 fatcat:b6gms3zax5c7xd2q4b5cnfg2eu

eHealth in Europe - Status and Challenges

Anne Moen, Werner O. Hackl, Jacob Hofdijk, Lisette Van Gemert-Pijnen, Elske Ammenwerth, Pirkko Nykänen, Alexander Hoerbs
2012 European Journal for Biomedical Informatics  
in health care.  ...  As a contribution, the EFMI community will utilize arenas for capacity building on the European level, and stimulate collaboration across national boarders and health systems.  ...  , Antonis Jossif, Gunnar Klein, Sabine Koch, Oleg Yu Mayorov, George Mihalas, Ragnar Nordberg, Günter Schreier, and Brigitte Seroussi.  ... 
doi:10.24105/ejbi.2012.08.1.2 fatcat:xdbopi4oovf2nko5spl2razvze

A Brief Review on Multimedia-Based Health Education Applications: Current Trend and Future Potential

Pei Lin Lua, Nor Khaira Wahida Khairuzzaman
2014 Education in Medicine Journal  
The focused disease for each study varied from asthma to cognitive impairment but most were on cancer. Problems in caregiving and depression were also reported.  ...  Additionally, patients' behavioural changes were well maintained in parallel with the intervention programme.  ...  for their support and guidance.  ... 
doi:10.5959/eimj.v6i4.310 fatcat:l2iifyca4rhnfonijdo327kpua

Informing NHS policy in 'digital-first primary care': a rapid evidence synthesis

Mark Rodgers, Gary Raine, Sian Thomas, Melissa Harden, Alison Eastwood
2019 Health Services and Delivery Research  
In 'digital-first primary care' models of health-care delivery, a patient's first point of contact with a general practitioner or other health professional is through a digital channel, rather than a face-to-face  ...  However, although this evidence gives an insight into the views and experiences of health professionals in relation to such concerns, quantitative empirical data are lacking.  ...  the Arden Cluster Research Capability Fund. 23 The review by Castle-Clarke and Imison 8 was published by the Nuffield Trust and based, in part, on research commissioned by NHS England.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr07410 fatcat:ohgalwbytbgardurgcfor65ida

Ensuring patient and public involvement in the transition to AI‐assisted mental health care: A systematic scoping review and agenda for design justice

Teodor Zidaru, Elizabeth M. Morrow, Rich Stockley
2021 Health Expectations  
Patient and public involvement (PPI) in the transition to AI-assisted health care is essential for design justice based on diverse patient needs.  ...  Three main themes reflect the challenges and opportunities associated with PPI in AI-assisted mental health care: (a) applications of AI technologies in mental health care; (b) ethics of public engagement  ...  DEPEND study) Qualitative data was collected through interviews and focus groups with professionals, patients and carers.  ... 
doi:10.1111/hex.13299 pmid:34118185 fatcat:i64ljjahnrdkrl3d3ynewbezcu

Abstracts From the 2021 Health Care Systems Research Network Annual Conference

2021 Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews  
journal focused on disseminating scholarly works devoted to improving patient-centered care practices, health outcomes, and the patient experience.  ...  Prior studies supporting safe storage and disposal practices largely focus on postsurgery patients, demonstrating improved storage and disposal with education and supply of a disposal mechanism.  ...  Methods: In this multimethods study, patient advisors, a bioethics consultant, and patients and family members participating in formative focus groups (4 focus groups, n=23 participants) collectively informed  ... 
doi:10.17294/2330-0698.1882 pmid:34541021 pmcid:PMC8415292 fatcat:qld7pvpbfrde5komlkp7ikimcm

Know thy eHealth user: Development of biopsychosocial personas from a study of older adults with heart failure

Richard J. Holden, Anand Kulanthaivel, Saptarshi Purkayastha, Kathryn M. Goggins, Sunil Kripalani
2017 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
care ability, physical ability); psychological status (depression, health literacy, numeracy); technology (internet availability); healthcare system (visit by home healthcare, trust in providers); social  ...  Discussion-Personas development using approaches such as clustering of structured survey data is an important tool for health informatics professionals.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the patient participants in this study and the Caring Hearts and VICS research teams involved in data collection and management, particularly Amanda  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2017.10.006 pmid:29132622 pmcid:PMC5793874 fatcat:xltwd5zttfc5zeqy55ntqqp7fe

The Cumbria Rural Health Forum: initiating change and moving forward with technology

Jae-Llane Ditchburn, Alison Marshall
2016 Rural and remote health  
An exploration of digital technologies for health and care was recognised as an initial priority.  ...  Conclusions: The forum experienced issues consistent with those in other Delphi studies, such as the repetition of ideas. Attendance was variable due to the unavailability of key people at times.  ...  In-kind support has been provided by members, in particular by Cumbria Partnership Foundation National Health Service Trust, Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group, Cumbria County Council, Action for Communities  ... 
doi:10.22605/rrh3738 fatcat:jdanjmde6bhtjbebbiew5kuupu

Practical Management of New-Onset Urticaria and Angioedema Presenting in Primary Care, Urgent Care, and the Emergency Department

Eric Macy
2021 The Permanente Journal  
A new episode of urticaria and/or angioedema can be an anxiety-inducing event for both the patient and the physician(s) seeing them in primary care, urgent care, or the emergency department.  ...  An epinephrine prescription is not indicated for onset acute urticaria or angioedema, unless there is a strong suspicion of anaphylaxis, and they have been acutely treated with epinephrine.  ...  The authors conducted an exploratory literature review to characterize professionalism research published in widely read medical journals, identify knowledge gaps, and describe the sources of funding for  ... 
doi:10.7812/tpp/21.058 pmid:35348101 pmcid:PMC8784078 fatcat:etekcbu64vbxzdmsvclfhe5wpe

Knowledge management implementation and the tools utilized in healthcare for evidence-based decision making: a systematic review

Leila Shahmoradi, Reza Safadari, Worku Jimma
2017 Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences  
To do so, it is very important to use appropriate tools for knowledge management and user-friendly system because it can significantly improve the quality and safety of care provided for patients both  ...  of practice and advanced care planning.  ...  Lawerence Abraham Gojeh and Mr. Ahmed Abdulahi for proof reading the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.4314/ejhs.v27i5.13 fatcat:i4tefczperhq3hmqtd2aahb7q4

Abstracts for MASCC/ISOO Annual Meeting 2019

2019 Supportive Care in Cancer  
This process consisted of a literature study, a focus group with four patients, interviews with ten health care professionals and two feedback rounds on the content and design of the melanoma module with  ...  Results The increasing reliance on EPR may shift the focus of care for both patients and professionals in multiple ways.  ...  Methods We conducted 11 focus groups involving 23 AYA cancer survivors and 18 HCPs caring for AYA survivors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00520-019-04813-1 pmid:31102057 fatcat:ifyweeqs7ndvphxh6j4tqya4u4
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