Published on in Vol 8, No 3 (2006):

Internet Interventions for Long-Term Conditions: Patient and Caregiver Quality Criteria

Internet Interventions for Long-Term Conditions: Patient and Caregiver Quality Criteria

Internet Interventions for Long-Term Conditions: Patient and Caregiver Quality Criteria

Journals

  1. Duplaga M. The Acceptance of e-Health Solutions Among Patients with Chronic Respiratory Conditions. Telemedicine and e-Health 2013;19(9):683 View
  2. Morrison L, Moss‐Morris R, Michie S, Yardley L. Optimizing engagement with Internet‐based health behaviour change interventions: Comparison of self‐assessment with and without tailored feedback using a mixed methods approach. British Journal of Health Psychology 2014;19(4):839 View
  3. Noman M, Koo A, Tee S, Krishnan M. Web elements for health promotion in Malaysia. Health Promotion International 2020;35(3):458 View
  4. Laakso E, Tandy J. Use of technology as an adjunct to improve health outcomes for survivors of cancer. Physical Therapy Reviews 2011;16(1):39 View
  5. Murray E, Ross J, Pal K, Li J, Dack C, Stevenson F, Sweeting M, Parrott S, Barnard M, Yardley L, Michie S, May C, Patterson D, Alkhaldi G, Fisher B, Farmer A, O’Donnell O. A web-based self-management programme for people with type 2 diabetes: the HeLP-Diabetes research programme including RCT. Programme Grants for Applied Research 2018;6(5):1 View
  6. Stevenson F, Kerr C, Murray E, Nazareth I. Information from the Internet and the doctor-patient relationship: the patient perspective – a qualitative study. BMC Family Practice 2007;8(1) View
  7. Sun Y, Zhang Y, Gwizdka J, Trace C. Consumer Evaluation of the Quality of Online Health Information: Systematic Literature Review of Relevant Criteria and Indicators. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(5):e12522 View
  8. Nordfeldt S, Ängarne-Lindberg T, Nordwall M, Krevers B, Baradaran H. Parents of Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes - Their Views on Information and Communication Needs and Internet Use. A Qualitative Study. PLoS ONE 2013;8(4):e62096 View
  9. Nijland N, van Gemert-Pijnen J, Boer H, Steehouder M, Seydel E. Evaluation of Internet-Based Technology for Supporting Self-Care: Problems Encountered by Patients and Caregivers When Using Self-Care Applications. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(2):e13 View
  10. Chaparro-Diaz L, Sánchez-Herrera B, Carrillo G, Barrera-Ortiz L. ICT as a Social Support Mechanism for Family Caregivers of People with Chronic Illness: a Case Study. Aquichan 2013;13(1):27 View
  11. Nordqvist C, Hanberger L, Timpka T, Nordfeldt S. Health Professionals’ Attitudes Towards Using a Web 2.0 Portal for Child and Adolescent Diabetes Care: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2009;11(1):e12 View
  12. Murray E. Web-Based Interventions for Behavior Change and Self-Management: Potential, Pitfalls, and Progress. Medicine 2.0 2012;1(2):e3 View
  13. Bailey J, Mann S, Wayal S, Hunter R, Free C, Abraham C, Murray E. Sexual health promotion for young people delivered via digital media: a scoping review. Public Health Research 2015;3(13):1 View
  14. Tlach L, Thiel J, Härter M, Liebherz S, Dirmaier J. Acceptance of the German e-mental health portal www.psychenet.de: an online survey. PeerJ 2016;4:e2093 View
  15. Johnson T, DeLong J, Master V. Hidden variables. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants 2011;24(9):38 View
  16. Dreischor F, Laan E, Apers S, Repping S, van Lunsen R, Lambalk C, D’ Hooghe T, Goddijn M, Custers I, Dancet E. The stepwise development of an interactive web-based sex education programme for subfertile couples: the Pleasure & Pregnancy programme. Human Reproduction 2020;35(8):1839 View
  17. Crutzen R, de Nooijer J, Candel M, de Vries N. Adolescents Who Intend to Change Multiple Health Behaviours Choose Greater Exposure to an Internet-delivered Intervention. Journal of Health Psychology 2008;13(7):906 View
  18. Bannink R, Broeren S, Joosten-van Zwanenburg E, van As E, van de Looij-Jansen P, Raat H. Use and Appreciation of a Web-Based, Tailored Intervention (E-health4Uth) Combined With Counseling to Promote Adolescents’ Health in Preventive Youth Health Care: Survey and Log-File Analysis. JMIR Research Protocols 2014;3(1):e3 View
  19. Linke S, McCambridge J, Khadjesari Z, Wallace P, Murray E. Development of a Psychologically Enhanced Interactive Online Intervention for Hazardous Drinking. Alcohol and Alcoholism 2008;43(6):669 View
  20. Burns P, Jones S, Iverson D, Caputi P. The Devil Is in the Detail. Journal of Asthma & Allergy Educators 2013;4(6):316 View
  21. Pithon M, Santos E. Information available on the internet about pain after orthognathic surgery: A careful review. Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics 2014;19(6):86 View
  22. Beatty L, Binnion C, Kemp E, Koczwara B. A qualitative exploration of barriers and facilitatorsto adherence to an online self-help intervention for cancer-related distress. Supportive Care in Cancer 2017;25(8):2539 View
  23. Win K, Hassan N, Bonney A, Iverson D. Benefits of Online Health Education: Perception from Consumers and Health Professionals. Journal of Medical Systems 2015;39(3) View
  24. Magnezi R, Bergman Y, Grosberg D. Online Activity and Participation in Treatment Affects the Perceived Efficacy of Social Health Networks Among Patients With Chronic Illness. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2014;16(1):e12 View
  25. Brouwer W, Oenema A, Raat H, Crutzen R, de Nooijer J, de Vries N, Brug J. Characteristics of visitors and revisitors to an Internet-delivered computer-tailored lifestyle intervention implemented for use by the general public. Health Education Research 2010;25(4):585 View
  26. JOHNSTON S, NGUYEN H, WOLPIN S. Designing and Testing a Web-Based Interface for Self-monitoring of Exercise and Symptoms for Older Adults With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2009;27(3):166 View
  27. Nijland N, van Gemert-Pijnen J, Boer H, Steehouder M, Seydel E. Increasing the use of e-consultation in primary care: Results of an online survey among non-users of e-consultation. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2009;78(10):688 View
  28. Gainsbury S, Blaszczynski A. Online self-guided interventions for the treatment of problem gambling. International Gambling Studies 2011;11(3):289 View
  29. Smith M, Ory M, Ahn S, Miles T. Factors Associated with Women’s Chronic Disease Management: Associations of Healthcare Frustrations, Physician Support, and Self-Care Needs. Journal of Aging Research 2013;2013:1 View
  30. Taylor L, Bahreman N, Hayat M, Hoey F, Rajasekaran G, Segev D. Living Kidney Donors and Their Family Caregivers: Developing an Evidence-Based Educational and Social Support Website. Progress in Transplantation 2012;22(2):119 View
  31. Brouwer W, Oenema A, Crutzen R, de Nooijer J, de Vries N, Brug J. What makes people decide to visit and use an internet‐delivered behavior‐change intervention?. Health Education 2009;109(6):460 View
  32. Aarts J, Faber M, Cohlen B, Van Oers A, Nelen W, Kremer J. Lessons learned from the implementation of an online infertility community into an IVF clinic's daily practice. Human Fertility 2015;18(4):238 View
  33. Weymann N, Harter M, Dirmaier J. Quality of online information on type 2 diabetes: a cross-sectional study. Health Promotion International 2015;30(4):821 View
  34. Stellefson M, Chaney B, Barry A, Chavarria E, Tennant B, Walsh-Childers K, Sriram P, Zagora J. Web 2.0 Chronic Disease Self-Management for Older Adults: A Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(2):e35 View
  35. Vasconcellos-Silva P, Castiel L, Bagrichevsky M, Griep R. As novas tecnologias da informação e o consumismo em saúde. Cadernos de Saúde Pública 2010;26(8):1473 View
  36. Yardley L, Morrison L, Andreou P, Joseph J, Little P. Understanding reactions to an internet-delivered health-care intervention: accommodating user preferences for information provision. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2010;10(1) View
  37. Caiata Zufferey M, Schulz P. Potentialities and limits of Internet health communication in chronic care: results from a qualitative study. Social Semiotics 2010;20(1):61 View
  38. Hughes B, Joshi I, Wareham J. Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0: Tensions and Controversies in the Field. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2008;10(3):e23 View
  39. Nordfeldt S, Ängarne-Lindberg T, Nordwall M, Ekberg J, Berterö C, Jenkins N. As Facts and Chats Go Online, What Is Important for Adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes?. PLoS ONE 2013;8(6):e67659 View
  40. Salisbury C, O’Cathain A, Thomas C, Edwards L, Montgomery A, Hollinghurst S, Large S, Nicholl J, Pope C, Rogers A, Lewis G, Fahey T, Yardley L, Brownsell S, Dixon P, Drabble S, Esmonde L, Foster A, Garner K, Gaunt D, Horspool K, Man M, Rowsell A, Segar J. An evidence-based approach to the use of telehealth in long-term health conditions: development of an intervention and evaluation through pragmatic randomised controlled trials in patients with depression or raised cardiovascular risk. Programme Grants for Applied Research 2017;5(1):1 View
  41. Hernández‐Encuentra E, Gómez‐Zúñiga B, Guillamón N, Boixadós M, Armayones M. Analysis of patient organizations' needs and ICT use – The APTIC project in Spain to develop an online collaborative social network. Health Expectations 2015;18(6):2129 View
  42. van der Roest H, Meiland F, Jonker C, Dröes R. User evaluation of the DEMentia-specific Digital Interactive Social Chart (DEM-DISC). A pilot study among informal carers on its impact, user friendliness and, usefulness. Aging & Mental Health 2010;14(4):461 View
  43. Nordfeldt S, Berterö C. Young Patients’ Views on the Open Web 2.0 Childhood Diabetes Patient Portal: A Qualitative Study. Future Internet 2012;4(2):514 View
  44. Kerr C, Murray E, Noble L, Morris R, Bottomley C, Stevenson F, Patterson D, Peacock R, Turner I, Jackson K, Nazareth I. The Potential of Web-based Interventions for Heart Disease Self-Management: A Mixed Methods Investigation. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(4):e56 View
  45. Lubberding S, van Uden‐Kraan C, Te Velde E, Cuijpers P, Leemans C, Verdonck‐de Leeuw I. Improving access to supportive cancer care through an eHealth application: a qualitative needs assessment among cancer survivors. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2015;24(9-10):1367 View
  46. Heikkinen K, Helena L, Taina N, Anne K, Sanna S. A comparison of two educational interventions for the cognitive empowerment of ambulatory orthopaedic surgery patients. Patient Education and Counseling 2008;73(2):272 View
  47. Berk L, Berk M, Dodd S, Kelly C, Cvetkovski S, Jorm A. Evaluation of the acceptability and usefulness of an information website for caregivers of people with bipolar disorder. BMC Medicine 2013;11(1) View
  48. Nordfeldt S, Hanberger L, Berterö C. Patient and Parent Views on a Web 2.0 Diabetes Portal—the Management Tool, the Generator, and the Gatekeeper: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(2):e17 View
  49. Murray E. Internet-delivered treatments for long-term conditions: strategies, efficiency and cost-effectiveness. Expert Review of Pharmacoeconomics & Outcomes Research 2008;8(3):261 View
  50. Verhoeven F, Steehouder M, Hendrix R, van Gemert-Pijnen J. Factors affecting health care workers’ adoption of a website with infection control guidelines. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2009;78(10):663 View
  51. van der Vaart R, Drossaert C, Taal E, van de Laar M. Patient preferences for a hospital-based rheumatology Interactive Health Communication Application and factors associated with these preferences. Rheumatology 2011;50(9):1618 View
  52. Kerr C, Murray E, Stevenson F, Gore C, Nazareth I. Internet Interventions or Patient Education Web Sites? – Author’s Reply. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(3):e19 View
  53. Barak A, Klein B, Proudfoot J. Defining Internet-Supported Therapeutic Interventions. Annals of Behavioral Medicine 2009;38(1):4 View
  54. Murray E, McCambridge J, Khadjesari Z, White I, Thompson S, Godfrey C, Linke S, Wallace P. The DYD-RCT protocol: an on-line randomised controlled trial of an interactive computer-based intervention compared with a standard information website to reduce alcohol consumption among hazardous drinkers. BMC Public Health 2007;7(1) View
  55. Bakker D, Kazantzis N, Rickwood D, Rickard N. Mental Health Smartphone Apps: Review and Evidence-Based Recommendations for Future Developments. JMIR Mental Health 2016;3(1):e7 View
  56. Proudfoot J, Parker G, Hyett M, Manicavasagar V, Smith M, Grdovic S, Greenfield L. Next Generation of Self-Management Education: Web-based Bipolar Disorder Program. Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 2007;41(11):903 View
  57. Kerr C, Murray E, Burns J, Turner I, Westwood M, MacAdam C, Nazareth I, Patterson D. Applying user-generated quality criteria to develop an Internet intervention for patients with heart disease. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2008;14(3):124 View
  58. Heinrich E, de Nooijer J, Schaper N, Schoonus-Spit M, Janssen M, de Vries N. Evaluation of the web-based Diabetes Interactive Education Programme (DIEP) for patients with type 2 diabetes. Patient Education and Counseling 2012;86(2):172 View
  59. Murray E, Kerr C, Stevenson F, Gore C, Nazareth I. Internet interventions can meet the emotional needs of patients and carers managing long-term conditions. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2007;13(1_suppl):42 View
  60. Kernisan L, Sudore R, Knight S. Information-Seeking at a Caregiving Website: A Qualitative Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(3):e31 View
  61. Lukmanji S, Pham T, Blaikie L, Clark C, Jetté N, Wiebe S, Bulloch A, Holroyd-Leduc J, Macrodimitris S, Mackie A, Patten S. Online tools for individuals with depression and neurologic conditions. Neurology Clinical Practice 2017;7(4):344 View
  62. Clar C, Dyakova M, Curtis K, Dawson C, Donnelly P, Knifton L, Clarke A. Just telling and selling: current limitations in the use of digital media in public health. Public Health 2014;128(12):1066 View
  63. Dack C, Ross J, Stevenson F, Pal K, Gubert E, Michie S, Yardley L, Barnard M, May C, Farmer A, Wood B, Murray E. A digital self-management intervention for adults with type 2 diabetes: Combining theory, data and participatory design to develop HeLP-Diabetes. Internet Interventions 2019;17:100241 View
  64. Aarts J, van den Haak P, Nelen W, Tuil W, Faber M, Kremer J. Patient-focused Internet interventions in reproductive medicine: a scoping review. Human Reproduction Update 2012;18(2):211 View
  65. Pal K, Dack C, Ross J, Michie S, May C, Stevenson F, Farmer A, Yardley L, Barnard M, Murray E. Digital Health Interventions for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes: Qualitative Study of Patient Perspectives on Diabetes Self-Management Education and Support. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(2):e40 View
  66. Coelhoso C, Tobo P, Lacerda S, Lima A, Barrichello C, Amaro Jr E, Kozasa E. A New Mental Health Mobile App for Well-Being and Stress Reduction in Working Women: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e14269 View
  67. Wade S, Oberjohn K, Burkhardt A, Greenberg I. Feasibility and Preliminary Efficacy of a Web-Based Parenting Skills Program for Young Children With Traumatic Brain Injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 2009;24(4):239 View
  68. Trappes-Lomax T, Glasby J. Self-care for people coping with long-term health conditions in the community: the views of patients and GPs. Journal of Integrated Care 2016;24(2) View
  69. Armstrong N, Hearnshaw H, Powell J, Dale J. Stakeholder Perspectives on the Development of a Virtual Clinic for Diabetes Care: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2007;9(3):e23 View
  70. Solomon M, Wagner S, Goes J. Effects of a Web-Based Intervention for Adults With Chronic Conditions on Patient Activation: Online Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(1):e32 View
  71. Ritterband L, Thorndike F. Internet Interventions or Patient Education Web sites?. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2006;8(3):e18 View
  72. Williams J, Fong-Gurzinsky J, Nagavally S, Walker R, Asan O, Ozieh M, Egede L. Preferences in trust regarding the provision of cancer information among adults. Journal of the National Medical Association 2021;113(4):457 View
  73. Liu L, Shi L. Does the ownership of health website matter? A cross-sectional study on Chinese consumer behavior. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2021;152:104485 View
  74. Puhy C, Litke S, Silverstein M, Kiely J, Pardes A, McGeoch E, Daly B. Counselor and student perceptions of an mHealth technology platform used in a school counseling setting. Psychology in the Schools 2021;58(7):1284 View
  75. Liu L, Shi L. Chinese Patients’ Intention to Use Different Types of Internet Hospitals: Cross-sectional Study on Virtual Visits. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(8):e25978 View
  76. Baena E, Abelleira C, García M, Sánchez J, Quintana F, Díaz S, Martel M, Fernández J, Giráldez A, Benítez N. Family Intervention in Severe Mental Disorder: An Online Intervention Format in Psychosocial Rehabilitation Centers. Journal of Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Mental Health 2023;10(2):233 View
  77. Speirs B, Hanstock T, Kay-Lambkin F, Manelis A. The lived experience of caring for someone with bipolar disorder: A qualitative study. PLOS ONE 2023;18(1):e0280059 View
  78. Hawkes R, Benton J, Cotterill S, Sanders C, French D. Service Users’ Experiences of a Nationwide Digital Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management Intervention (Healthy Living): Qualitative Interview Study. JMIR Diabetes 2024;9:e56276 View

Books/Policy Documents

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  2. Shegog R, Sockrider M. Asthma, Health and Society. View
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  7. De Cock B, Figueras Bates C. A Pragmatic Agenda for Healthcare. View