Published on in Vol 13, No 2 (2011): Apr-Jun

Older Adults with Multi-Morbidity: Medication Management Processes and Design Implications for Personal Health Applications

Older Adults with Multi-Morbidity: Medication Management Processes and Design Implications for Personal Health Applications

Older Adults with Multi-Morbidity: Medication Management Processes and Design Implications for Personal Health Applications

Journals

  1. Monteiro L, Maricoto T, Solha I, Ribeiro-Vaz I, Martins C, Monteiro-Soares M. Reducing Potentially Inappropriate Prescriptions for Older Patients Using Computerized Decision Support Tools: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(11):e15385 View
  2. Wilson J, Tickle-Degnen L, Scheutz M. Challenges in Designing a Fully Autonomous Socially Assistive Robot for People with Parkinson’s Disease. ACM Transactions on Human-Robot Interaction 2020;9(3):1 View
  3. Macdonald M, Heilemann M, MacKinnon N, Lang A, Gregory D, Gurnham M, Fillatre T. Confirming Delivery. Qualitative Health Research 2014;24(4):536 View
  4. Bernhard G, Mahler C, Seidling H, Stützle M, Ose D, Baudendistel I, Wensing M, Szecsenyi J. Developing a Shared Patient-Centered, Web-Based Medication Platform for Type 2 Diabetes Patients and Their Health Care Providers: Qualitative Study on User Requirements. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(3):e105 View
  5. Eecloo F, Jans E, Bulcke G, Van Der Mieren S, Schoenmakers B. Kan een app de therapietrouw bij ouderen verbeteren?: Onderzoek naar eigenschappen van een app voor medicatieherinnering. Huisarts Nu 2017;46(5):204 View
  6. Garnett A, Ploeg J, Markle-Reid M, Strachan P. Self-Management of Multiple Chronic Conditions by Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Concept Analysis. SAGE Open Nursing 2018;4:237796081775247 View
  7. Hartzler A, Osterhage K, Demiris G, Phelan E, Thielke S, Turner A. Understanding views on everyday use of personal health information: Insights from community dwelling older adults. Informatics for Health and Social Care 2018;43(3):320 View
  8. Mickelson R, Unertl K, Holden R. Medication Management: The Macrocognitive Workflow of Older Adults With Heart Failure. JMIR Human Factors 2016;3(2):e27 View
  9. Kutz D, Shankar K, Connelly K. Making Sense of Mobile- and Web-Based Wellness Information Technology: Cross-Generational Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(5):e83 View
  10. Mickelson R, Holden R. Mind the gulfs. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting 2015;59(1):481 View
  11. Zulman D, Jenchura E, Cohen D, Lewis E, Houston T, Asch S. How Can eHealth Technology Address Challenges Related to Multimorbidity? Perspectives from Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2015;30(8):1063 View
  12. Mitzner T, McBride S, Barg-Walkow L, Rogers W. Self-Management of Wellness and Illness in an Aging Population. Reviews of Human Factors and Ergonomics 2013;8(1):277 View
  13. Sak G, Schulz P. Exploring Health Information-Seeking Preferences of Older Adults With Hypertension: Quasi-Experimental Design. JMIR Cardio 2018;2(1):e12 View
  14. Sakaguchi-Tang D, Bosold A, Choi Y, Turner A. Patient Portal Use and Experience Among Older Adults: Systematic Review. JMIR Medical Informatics 2017;5(4):e38 View
  15. O'Quin K, Semalulu T, Orom H. Elder and caregiver solutions to improve medication adherence. Health Education Research 2015;30(2):323 View
  16. Caldeira C, Gui X, Reynolds T, Bietz M, Chen Y. Managing healthcare conflicts when living with multiple chronic conditions. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 2021;145:102494 View
  17. Slightam C, Brandt K, Jenchura E, Lewis E, Asch S, Zulman D. “I had to change so much in my life to live with my new limitations”: Multimorbid patients’ descriptions of their most bothersome chronic conditions. Chronic Illness 2018;14(1):13 View
  18. CHAUDHURI S, LE T, WHITE C, THOMPSON H, DEMIRIS G. Examining Health Information–Seeking Behaviors of Older Adults. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2013;31(11):547 View
  19. Grossman L, Masterson Creber R, Benda N, Wright D, Vawdrey D, Ancker J. Interventions to increase patient portal use in vulnerable populations: a systematic review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2019;26(8-9):855 View
  20. McAlearney A, Sieck C, Hefner J, Aldrich A, Walker D, Rizer M, Moffatt-Bruce S, Huerta T. High Touch and High Tech (HT2) Proposal: Transforming Patient Engagement Throughout the Continuum of Care by Engaging Patients with Portal Technology at the Bedside. JMIR Research Protocols 2016;5(4):e221 View
  21. Millar E, Gurney J, Stanley J, Stairmand J, Davies C, Semper K, Dowell A, Lawrenson R, Mangin D, Sarfati D. Pill for this and a pill for that: A cross‐sectional survey of use and understanding of medication among adults with multimorbidity. Australasian Journal on Ageing 2019;38(2):91 View
  22. Sarzynski E, Decker B, Thul A, Weismantel D, Melaragni R, Cholakis E, Tewari M, Beckholt K, Zaroukian M, Kennedy A, Given C. Beta Testing a Novel Smartphone Application to Improve Medication Adherence. Telemedicine and e-Health 2017;23(4):339 View
  23. Zulman D, Slightam C, Brandt K, Lewis E, Asch S, Shaw J. “They are interrelated, one feeds off the other”: A taxonomy of perceived disease interactions derived from patients with multiple chronic conditions. Patient Education and Counseling 2020;103(5):1027 View
  24. Justad H, Askfors Y, Shemeikka T, Andersson M, Hammar T. Patients’ Use and Perceptions of a Drug-Drug Interaction Database: A Survey of Janusmed Interactions. Pharmacy 2021;9(1):23 View
  25. Hammar T, Hamqvist S, Zetterholm M, Jokela P, Ferati M. Current Knowledge about Providing Drug–Drug Interaction Services for Patients—A Scoping Review. Pharmacy 2021;9(2):69 View
  26. Kolotylo-Kulkarni M, Seale D, LeRouge C. Personal Health Information Management Among Older Adults: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e25236 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ruscin J. Drug Therapy for the Elderly. View
  2. Sharpe L. The Wiley Encyclopedia of Health Psychology. View