Published on in Vol 4, No 1 (2021): Jan-Mar

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/21461, first published .
Understanding Technology Preferences and Requirements for Health Information Technologies Designed to Improve and Maintain the Mental Health and Well-Being of Older Adults: Participatory Design Study

Understanding Technology Preferences and Requirements for Health Information Technologies Designed to Improve and Maintain the Mental Health and Well-Being of Older Adults: Participatory Design Study

Understanding Technology Preferences and Requirements for Health Information Technologies Designed to Improve and Maintain the Mental Health and Well-Being of Older Adults: Participatory Design Study

Journals

  1. LaMonica H, Davenport T, Ottavio A, Rowe S, Cross S, Iorfino F, Jackson T, Easton M, Melsness J, Hickie I. Optimising the integration of technology-enabled solutions to enhance primary mental health care: a service mapping study. BMC Health Services Research 2021;21(1) View
  2. Roberts A, Davenport T, Wong T, Moon H, Hickie I, LaMonica H. Evaluating the quality and safety of health-related apps and e-tools: Adapting the Mobile App Rating Scale and developing a quality assurance protocol. Internet Interventions 2021;24:100379 View
  3. LaMonica H, Roberts A, Davenport T, Hickie I. Evaluation of the Usability and Acceptability of the InnoWell Platform as Rated by Older Adults: Survey Study. JMIR Aging 2021;4(2):e25928 View
  4. Carroll S, Kobayashi K, Cervantes M, Freeman S, Saini M, Tracey S. Supporting Healthy Aging through the Scale-Up, Spread, and Sustainability of Assistive Technology Implementation: A Rapid Realist Review of Participatory Co-Design for Assistive Technology with Older Adults. Gerontology and Geriatric Medicine 2021;7:233372142110232 View
  5. Huang H, Jefferson E, Gotink M, Sinclair C, Mercer S, Guthrie B. Collaborative improvement in Scottish GP clusters after the Quality and Outcomes Framework: a qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice 2021;71(710):e719 View
  6. Ng R, Indran N, Bowers B. Not Too Old for TikTok: How Older Adults Are Reframing Aging. The Gerontologist 2022;62(8):1207 View
  7. Morse B, Soares A, Ytell K, DeSanto K, Allen M, Holliman B, Lee R, Kwan B, Schilling L. Co-design of the Transgender Health Information Resource: Web-Based Participatory Design. Journal of Participatory Medicine 2023;15:e38078 View
  8. White B, Martin A, White J. Gamification and older adults: opportunities for gamification to support health promotion initiatives for older adults in the context of COVID-19. The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific 2023;35:100528 View
  9. Mayer G, Hummel S, Oetjen N, Gronewold N, Bubolz S, Blankenhagel K, Slawik M, Zarnekow R, Hilbel T, Schultz J. User experience and acceptance of patients and healthy adults testing a personalized self-management app for depression: A non-randomized mixed-methods feasibility study. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762210913 View
  10. LaMonica H, Roberts A, Lee G, Davenport T, Hickie I. Privacy Practices of Health Information Technologies: Privacy Policy Risk Assessment Study and Proposed Guidelines. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(9):e26317 View
  11. LaMonica H, Iorfino F, Lee G, Piper S, Occhipinti J, Davenport T, Cross S, Milton A, Ospina-Pinillos L, Whittle L, Rowe S, Dowling M, Stewart E, Ottavio A, Hockey S, Cheng V, Burns J, Scott E, Hickie I. Informing the Future of Integrated Digital and Clinical Mental Health Care: Synthesis of the Outcomes From Project Synergy. JMIR Mental Health 2022;9(3):e33060 View
  12. Quialheiro A, Miranda A, Garcia Jr M, Carvalho A, Costa P, Correia-Neves M, Santos N. Promoting Digital Proficiency and Health Literacy in Middle-aged and Older Adults Through Mobile Devices With the Workshops for Online Technological Inclusion (OITO) Project: Experimental Study. JMIR Formative Research 2023;7:e41873 View
  13. Turner A, LaMonica H, Flood V. Behaviour Change Techniques Used in Mediterranean Diet Interventions for Older Adults: A Systematic Scoping Review. Nutrients 2023;15(5):1189 View
  14. Kim E, Nam I, Koo Y. Reframing Patient Experience Approaches and Methods to Achieve Patient-Centeredness in Healthcare: Scoping Review. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(15):9163 View
  15. Batterham P, Gulliver A, Sunderland M, Farrer L, Kay-Lambkin F, Trias A, Calear A. Factors Influencing Community Participation in Internet Interventions Compared With Research Trials: Observational Study in a Nationally Representative Adult Cohort. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2023;25:e41663 View
  16. Ben-Yehuda O, Dreazen E, Koren D, Peleg M. Participatory Design of a Mobile App to Safeguard Mental Resilience in the Context of Drug Use in Young Adults: Multi-Method Study. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(2):e34477 View
  17. Haleem A, Javaid M, Qadri M, Suman R. Understanding the role of digital technologies in education: A review. Sustainable Operations and Computers 2022;3:275 View
  18. Rodríguez I, Cajamarca G, Herskovic V. When does self-report of pain occur?: A study of older adults. PeerJ 2022;10:e13716 View
  19. LaMonica H, Crouse J, Song Y, Alam M, Ekambareshwar M, Loblay V, Yoon A, Cha G, Wilson C, Sweeney-Nash M, Foo N, Teo M, Perhirin M, Troy J, Hickie I. Developing a Parenting App to Support Young Children’s Socioemotional and Cognitive Development in Culturally Diverse Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Protocol for a Co-design Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2022;11(10):e39225 View
  20. Abdullah Sani Z, Mohd Nizam D, Baharum A. Participatory Design: Apps from The Older Adults to The Older Adults. Pertanika Journal of Science and Technology 2021;29(4) View
  21. Shade M, Hama R, Eisenhauer C, Khazanchi D, Pozehl B. “Ask, ‘When You Do This, How Much Pain Are You In?’”: Content Preferences for a Conversational Pain Self-Management Software Application. Journal of Gerontological Nursing 2023;49(1):11 View
  22. Garcia Reyes E, Kelly R, Buchanan G, Waycott J. Understanding Older Adults’ Experiences With Technologies for Health Self-management: Interview Study. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e43197 View
  23. Alhussein M, Patel B, Liu X. Closing the gap: Technology access and telehealth use among older adults in the U.S. Medicare beneficiaries. Telematics and Informatics Reports 2023;12:100103 View
  24. Altaf Dar M, Maqbool M, Ara I, Zehravi M. The intersection of technology and mental health: enhancing access and care. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2023;35(5):423 View
  25. Jolliff A, Dudek A, Zuraw M, Parks R, Linden A, Elliott C, Werner N, Albert S. Co-Design of a Financial and Legal Planning Tool for Care Partners of People Living With Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias. Innovation in Aging 2023;7(5) View
  26. Turner A, Flood V, LaMonica H. Older adults' needs and preferences for a nutrition education digital health solution: A participatory design study. Health Expectations 2024;27(1) View
  27. Lee H, Choi J, Kim S, Ko K, Park Y, Kim K, Shin J, Kim C, Ko M, Kang S, Kim K. Digital Health Technology Use Among Older Adults: Exploring the Impact of Frailty on Utilization, Purpose, and Satisfaction in Korea. Journal of Korean Medical Science 2024;39(1) View
  28. Kim M, Kim B, Park S. Social Support, eHealth Literacy, and mHealth Use in Older Adults With Diabetes. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2024;42(2):136 View
  29. Sen K, Laheji N, Ramamonjiarivelo Z, Renick C, Osborne R, Beauvais B. Examining the Effect of Contactless Intergenerational Befriending Intervention on Social Isolation Among Older Adults and Students’ Attitude Toward Companionship: Content Analysis. JMIR Aging 2024;7:e47908 View
  30. Möller J, Stara V, Amabili G, Barbarossa F, Riccardi G, Martella C, Di Donna V, Palmier C, Ogawa T, Luc M, Wieching R, Maranesi E, Bevilacqua R. Toward Innovation in Healthcare: An Analysis of the Digital Behavior of Older People in Europe and Japan for the Introduction of a Technological Coaching System. Healthcare 2024;12(2):143 View
  31. Nakada T, Kozawa T, Seino S, Murota S, Eto M, Shimasawa J, Shimizu Y, Tsurugano S, Katsukawa F, Sakamoto K, Washizaki H, Ishigaki Y, Sakamoto M, Takadama K, Yanai K, Matsuo O, Kameue C, Suzuki H, Kurotani K, Ohkawara K. A Community-Based Intervention to Enhance Subjective Well-Being in Older Adults: Study Design and Baseline Participant Profiles. Healthcare 2024;12(3):322 View
  32. Baek J, Kim H, Choi S, Hong S, Kim Y, Kim E, Lee T, Chu S, Choi J. Digital Literacy and Associated Factors in Older Adults Living in Urban South Korea. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2024;42(3):226 View
  33. Mois G, Lydon E, Mathias V, Jones S, Mudar R, Rogers W. Best practices for implementing a technology-based intervention protocol: Participant and researcher considerations. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2024;122:105373 View
  34. Tang K, Yuan J, Luo L. Validity evaluation of the Health Information Preferences Questionnaire among college students. Frontiers in Public Health 2024;12 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Schmitter-Edgecombe M, Luna C, Cook D. Positive Neuropsychology. View
  2. Barnes S, Bradley M, Williams A. Research Anthology on Game Design, Development, Usage, and Social Impact. View
  3. Barnes S, Bradley M, Williams A. Digital Innovations for Mental Health Support. View
  4. Zhao Y. Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. View