Published on in Vol 6 (2023)

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/44564, first published .
Older Adults and New Technology: Mapping Review of the Factors Associated With Older Adults’ Intention to Adopt Digital Technologies

Older Adults and New Technology: Mapping Review of the Factors Associated With Older Adults’ Intention to Adopt Digital Technologies

Older Adults and New Technology: Mapping Review of the Factors Associated With Older Adults’ Intention to Adopt Digital Technologies

Journals

  1. Liu M, Wang C, Hu J. Older adults’ intention to use voice assistants: Usability and emotional needs. Heliyon 2023;9(11):e21932 View
  2. Alruwaili M, Shaban M, Elsayed Ramadan O. Digital Health Interventions for Promoting Healthy Aging: A Systematic Review of Adoption Patterns, Efficacy, and User Experience. Sustainability 2023;15(23):16503 View
  3. Nieto-Vallejo A, Parra-Rodriguez C, Ramirez-Perez O. Classification of Activities of Daily Living for Older Adults Using Machine Learning and Fixed Time Windowing Technique. IEEE Sensors Journal 2023;23(24):31513 View
  4. Rebellato C, Fontaine A, Matsukura T. Social Participation of Independent Older Adults: Analysis of the Items of the LIFE-H 3.1-Brazil. Ageing International 2023 View
  5. Wrzeciono A, Cieślik B, Kiper P, Szczepańska-Gieracha J, Gajda R. Exploratory analysis of the effectiveness of virtual reality in cardiovascular rehabilitation. Scientific Reports 2024;14(1) View
  6. Schroeder T, Haug M, Georgiou A, Seaman K, Gewald H. Evidence of How Physicians and Their Patients Adopt mHealth Apps in Germany: Exploratory Qualitative Study. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2024;12:e48345 View
  7. Schroeder T, Seaman K, Nguyen A, Siette J, Gewald H, Georgiou A. What would it take to improve the uptake and utilisation of mHealth applications among older Australians? A qualitative study. Australian Health Review 2024;48(1):28 View
  8. 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
  9. Blondino C, Knoepflmacher A, Johnson I, Fox C, Friedman L. The use and potential impact of digital health tools at the community level: results from a multi-country survey of community health workers. BMC Public Health 2024;24(1) View
  10. Money A, Hall A, Harris D, Eost-Telling C, McDermott J, Todd C. Barriers to and Facilitators of Older People’s Engagement With Web-Based Services: Qualitative Study of Adults Aged >75 Years. JMIR Aging 2024;7:e46522 View
  11. Lu S, Yoon S, Yee W, Heng N, Ng K, Low L. Technology and social marginality: a qualitative study of a community-based digital intervention among older people living in a low-income neighbourhood (Preprint). JMIR Aging 2023 View
  12. Siette J, Guion J, Ijaz K, Strutt P, Porte M, Savage G, Richards D. Development of a new computer simulated environment to screen cognition: assessing the feasibility and acceptability of Leaf Café in younger and older adults. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2024;24(1) View