Published on in Vol 20, No 5 (2018): May

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10229, first published .
An eHealth Capabilities Framework for Graduates and Health Professionals: Mixed-Methods Study

An eHealth Capabilities Framework for Graduates and Health Professionals: Mixed-Methods Study

An eHealth Capabilities Framework for Graduates and Health Professionals: Mixed-Methods Study

Journals

  1. Rothgangel A, Kanera I, van den Heuvel R, Wientgen M, Jamin G, Lenssen T, Braun S. Physiotherapists’ clinical use and acceptance of a telemonitoring platform during anterior cruciate ligament rehabilitation: a prospective clinical study. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology 2022;17(2):184 View
  2. Machleid F, Kaczmarczyk R, Johann D, Balčiūnas J, Atienza-Carbonell B, von Maltzahn F, Mosch L. Perceptions of Digital Health Education Among European Medical Students: Mixed Methods Survey. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e19827 View
  3. Al-Sharhan S, Omran E, Lari K. An integrated holistic model for an eHealth system: A national implementation approach and a new cloud-based security model. International Journal of Information Management 2019;47:121 View
  4. Nazeha N, Pavagadhi D, Kyaw B, Car J, Jimenez G, Tudor Car L. A Digitally Competent Health Workforce: Scoping Review of Educational Frameworks. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(11):e22706 View
  5. AFROZ S, SEHRISH S, ANAM F, ADEEL K, NAUREEN A, SALEEM S. EVALUATION OF AN ONLINE COURSE ON E-HEALTH IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: A MIXED-METHODS STUDY. i-manager’s Journal on Nursing 2020;9(4):1 View
  6. Poncette A, Glauert D, Mosch L, Braune K, Balzer F, Back D. Undergraduate Medical Competencies in Digital Health and Curricular Module Development: Mixed Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e22161 View
  7. Brice S, Almond H. <p>Health Professional Digital Capabilities Frameworks: A Scoping Review</p>. Journal of Multidisciplinary Healthcare 2020;Volume 13:1375 View
  8. Shiferaw K, Tilahun B, Endehabtu B. Healthcare providers’ digital competency: a cross-sectional survey in a low-income country setting. BMC Health Services Research 2020;20(1) View
  9. Malliaras P, Merolli M, Williams C, Caneiro J, Haines T, Barton C. ‘It's not hands-on therapy, so it's very limited’: Telehealth use and views among allied health clinicians during the coronavirus pandemic. Musculoskeletal Science and Practice 2021;52:102340 View
  10. Ummels D, Beekman E, Braun S, Beurskens A. Using an Activity Tracker in Healthcare: Experiences of Healthcare Professionals and Patients. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(10):5147 View
  11. Foadi N, Koop C, Mikuteit M, Paulmann V, Steffens S, Behrends M. Defining Learning Outcomes as a Prerequisite of Implementing a Longitudinal and Transdisciplinary Curriculum with Regard to Digital Competencies at Hannover Medical School. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development 2021;8:238212052110283 View
  12. Yang L, Zheng S, Xu X, Sun Y, Wang X, Li J. Medical Data Mining Course Development in Postgraduate Medical Education: Integrating Student Perceptions and New Internet Technologies (Preprint). JMIR Medical Education 2020 View
  13. Murfet G, Ng A, Hagger V, Davidson S, Ward G, Fenton B, Rasmussen B. Enhancing the capacity of the health workforce to deliver best practice diabetes care. Australian Health Review 2022;46(4):496 View
  14. Nguyen L, Nguyen L, Nguyen T, Trong Dam V, Vu T, Nguyen H, Vu G, Latkin C, Ho R, Ho C. Practices, Perceived Benefits, and Barriers Among Medical Students and Health Care Professionals Regarding the Adoption of eHealth in Clinical Settings: Cross-sectional Survey Study. JMIR Medical Education 2022;8(3):e34905 View
  15. Nitsche J, Busse T, Ehlers J. Teaching Digital Medicine in a Virtual Classroom: Impacts on Student Mindset and Competencies. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(3):2029 View
  16. Raghunathan K, McKenna L, Peddle M. Informatics Competency Measurement Instruments for Nursing Students. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2022;40(7):466 View
  17. Murfet G, Ostaszkiewicz J, Rasmussen B. Diabetes Capabilities for the Healthcare Workforce Identified via a 3-Staged Modified Delphi Technique. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(2):1012 View
  18. Keep M, Janssen A, McGregor D, Brunner M, Baysari M, Quinn D, Shaw T. Mapping eHealth Education: Review of eHealth Content in Health and Medical Degrees at a Metropolitan Tertiary Institute in Australia. JMIR Medical Education 2021;7(3):e16440 View
  19. Reixach E, Andrés E, Sallent Ribes J, Gea-Sánchez M, Àvila López A, Cruañas B, González Abad A, Faura R, Guitert M, Romeu T, Hernández-Encuentra E, Bravo-Ramirez S, Saigí-Rubió F. Measuring the Digital Skills of Catalan Health Care Professionals as a Key Step Toward a Strategic Training Plan: Digital Competence Test Validation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(11):e38347 View
  20. Nordholt P, Busch S. Systematically promoting job-specific digital competencies in the health professions: A teaching concept / Berufsspezifische digitale Kompetenzen in den Gesundheitsfachberufen systematisch fördern: Ein Lehrkonzept. International Journal of Health Professions 2022;9(1):89 View
  21. Togher L, Douglas J, Turkstra L, Welch-West P, Janzen S, Harnett A, Kennedy M, Kua A, Patsakos E, Ponsford J, Teasell R, Bayley M, Wiseman-Hakes C. INCOG 2.0 Guidelines for Cognitive Rehabilitation Following Traumatic Brain Injury, Part IV: Cognitive-Communication and Social Cognition Disorders. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation 2023;38(1):65 View
  22. Lokmic-Tomkins Z, Choo D, Foley P, Dix S, Wong P, Brand G. Pre-registration nursing students' perceptions of their baseline digital literacy and what it means for education: A prospective COHORT survey study. Nurse Education Today 2022;111:105308 View
  23. Paré G, Raymond L, Pomey M, Grégoire G, Castonguay A, Ouimet A. Medical students’ intention to integrate digital health into their medical practice: A pre-peri COVID-19 survey study in Canada. DIGITAL HEALTH 2022;8:205520762211141 View
  24. Batyuk L, Zhernovnykova O. Formation of digital competence of future doctors in the study of the educational component «Medical informatics». The Scientific Notes of the Pedagogical Department 2022;(50):6 View
  25. Woods L, Janssen A, Robertson S, Morgan C, Butler-Henderson K, Burton-Jones A, Sullivan C. The typing is on the wall: Australia’s healthcare future needs a digitally capable workforce. Australian Health Review 2023;47(5):553 View
  26. Scott I, Shaw T, Slade C, Wan T, Coorey C, Johnson S, Sullivan C. Digital health competencies for the next generation of physicians. Internal Medicine Journal 2023;53(6):1042 View
  27. Fradelos E, Barisone M, Lora E, Valiakos E, Papathanasiou I. COMPETENCIES AND SKILLS NEEDED IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHRONIC PATIENTS’ NEEDS THROUGH TELECARE. Polski Merkuriusz Lekarski 2023;51(4):403 View
  28. Ma M, Li Y, Gao L, Xie Y, Zhang Y, Wang Y, Zhao L, Liu X, Jiang D, Fan C, Wang Y, Demuyakor I, Jiao M, Li Y. The need for digital health education among next-generation health workers in China: a cross-sectional survey on digital health education. BMC Medical Education 2023;23(1) View
  29. Lotrean L, Sabo S. Digital Health Training, Attitudes and Intentions to Use It among Romanian Medical Students: A Study Performed during COVID-19 Pandemic. Healthcare 2023;11(12):1731 View
  30. Sukovic S. Just the way my brain works: capabilities for working with data in non-clinical practice. Journal of Documentation 2024;80(2):487 View
  31. Merolli M, Ahmed O, McCreesh K, Remedios L, Butler-Henderson K. Are physiotherapists expected to be competent in digital health practice? Meta-synthesis of international physiotherapy practice competency standards. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice 2024:1 View
  32. He T, Cui W, Feng Y, Li X, Yu G. Digital health integration for noncommunicable diseases: Comprehensive process mapping for full‐life‐cycle management. Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine 2024;17(1):26 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Markowitsch H, Schreier M. Reframing der Bedürfnisse. View
  2. Dhal S, Mohapatra S. Managing Disruptions in Business. View
  3. Šobota D. Information Experience and Information Literacy. View