Published on in Vol 3, No 1 (2020): Jan-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/17136, first published .
Mobile Apps to Support Caregiver-Resident Communication in Long-Term Care: Systematic Search and Content Analysis

Mobile Apps to Support Caregiver-Resident Communication in Long-Term Care: Systematic Search and Content Analysis

Mobile Apps to Support Caregiver-Resident Communication in Long-Term Care: Systematic Search and Content Analysis

Journals

  1. Wilson R, Small J. Care Staff Perspectives on Using Mobile Technology to Support Communication in Long-Term Care: Mixed Methods Study. JMIR Nursing 2020;3(1):e21881 View
  2. Garzorz-Stark N, Beicht S, Baghin V, Stark S, Biedermann T, Lauffer F. IMPROVE 1.0: Individual Monitoring of Psoriasis Activity by Regular Online App Questionnaires and Outpatient Visits. Frontiers in Medicine 2021;8 View
  3. Ambegaonkar A, Ritchie C, de la Fuente Garcia S. The Use of Mobile Applications as Communication Aids for People with Dementia: Opportunities and Limitations. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease Reports 2021;5(1):681 View
  4. Kim J, Song J. Personhood Communication with Persons with Dementia: Concept Analysis. Journal of Korean Gerontological Nursing 2021;23(4):406 View
  5. Forma F, Chiu K, Shafrin J, Boskovic D, Veeranki S. Are caregivers ready for digital? Caregiver preferences for health technology tools to monitor medication adherence among patients with serious mental illness. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762210844 View
  6. Mahdi H, Alotaibi H, AlFadda H. Effect of using mobile translation applications for translating collocations. Saudi Journal of Language Studies 2022;2(4):205 View
  7. Mokhtar I. Information and Assistance Needs and Expectations of Senior Residents in a Nursing Home in Singapore: Semi-structured Interviews With Senior Residents and Staff. Journal of Aging and Long-Term Care 2022:59 View
  8. Hamrick P, Sanborn V, Ostrand R, Gunstad J. Lexical Speech Features of Spontaneous Speech in Older Persons With and Without Cognitive Impairment: Reliability Analysis. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e46483 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Linden T, Fisher R. Current and Future Trends in Health and Medical Informatics. View