Published on in Vol 6 , No 6 (2018) :June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10741, first published .
User Requirements for Technology to Assist Aging in Place: Qualitative Study of Older People and Their Informal Support Networks

User Requirements for Technology to Assist Aging in Place: Qualitative Study of Older People and Their Informal Support Networks

User Requirements for Technology to Assist Aging in Place: Qualitative Study of Older People and Their Informal Support Networks

Journals

  1. McCarron H, Zmora R, Gaugler J. A Web-Based Mobile App With a Smartwatch to Support Social Engagement in Persons With Memory Loss: Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e13378 View
  2. Du Preez V, De La Harpe R. Engaging Aging Individuals in the Design of Technologies and Services to Support Health and Well-Being: Constructivist Grounded Theory Study. JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12393 View
  3. Biermann H, Offermann-van Heek J, Himmel S, Ziefle M. Ambient Assisted Living as Support for Aging in Place: Quantitative Users’ Acceptance Study on Ultrasonic Whistles. JMIR Aging 2018;1(2):e11825 View
  4. Crompton C, MacPherson S. Human agency beliefs affect older adults' interaction behaviours and task performance when learning with computerised partners. Computers in Human Behavior 2019;101:60 View
  5. Lin C, Ho S. Prediction of the use of mobile device interfaces in the progressive aging process with the model of Fitts’ law. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2020;107:103457 View
  6. Hunter I, Elers P, Lockhart C, Guesgen H, Singh A, Whiddett D. Issues Associated With the Management and Governance of Sensor Data and Information to Assist Aging in Place: Focus Group Study With Health Care Professionals. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2020;8(12):e24157 View
  7. Wrede C, Braakman-Jansen A, van Gemert-Pijnen L. Requirements for Unobtrusive Monitoring to Support Home-Based Dementia Care: Qualitative Study Among Formal and Informal Caregivers. JMIR Aging 2021;4(2):e26875 View
  8. Low S, Sakhardande P, Lai Y, Long A, Kaur-Gill S. Attitudes and Perceptions Toward Healthcare Technology Adoption Among Older Adults in Singapore: A Qualitative Study. Frontiers in Public Health 2021;9 View
  9. Jovanović M, De Angeli A, McNeill A, Coventry L. User Requirements for Inclusive Technology for Older Adults. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2021:1 View
  10. Shamsikhani S, Ahmadi F, Kazemnejad A, Vaismoradi M. Typology of Family Support in Home Care for Iranian Older People: A Qualitative Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(12):6361 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Meigal A, Korzun D, Moschevikin A, Reginya S, Gerasimova-Meigal L. Tools and Technologies for the Development of Cyber-Physical Systems. View
  2. Hu R, Deng X, Sun X, Zhao Y, Zhu Q. Human Aspects of IT for the Aged Population. Design for the Elderly and Technology Acceptance. View