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

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/23381, first published .
Attitudes Toward Technology and Use of Fall Alert Wearables in Caregiving: Survey Study

Attitudes Toward Technology and Use of Fall Alert Wearables in Caregiving: Survey Study

Attitudes Toward Technology and Use of Fall Alert Wearables in Caregiving: Survey Study

Journals

  1. Hvalič-Touzery S, Trkman M, Dolničar V. Caregiving Situation as a Predictor of Subjective Caregiver Burden: Informal Caregivers of Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(21):14496 View
  2. Mahmood A, Kim H, Kedia S, Dillon P. Wearable Activity Tracker Use and Physical Activity Among Informal Caregivers in the United States: Quantitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2022;10(11):e40391 View
  3. Mejía S, Su T, Lan Q, Zou A, Griffin A, Sosnoff J. The Context of Caring and Concern for Falling Differentiate Which Mobile Fall Technology Features Chinese Family Caregivers Find Most Important. Journal of Applied Gerontology 2022;41(4):1175 View
  4. Lee S, Ory M, Dahlke D, Smith M. Social Support, Sense of Belonging, and Communication Technology Use Among Paid and Unpaid Caregivers of Middle-Aged and Older Adults. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Eicher C, Klebbe R. Ethical Implications of Reshaping Healthcare With Emerging Technologies. View