Published on in Vol 21, No 1 (2019): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10674, first published .
Electronic Health Program to Empower Patients in Returning to Normal Activities After Colorectal Surgical Procedures: Mixed-Methods Process Evaluation Alongside a Randomized Controlled Trial

Electronic Health Program to Empower Patients in Returning to Normal Activities After Colorectal Surgical Procedures: Mixed-Methods Process Evaluation Alongside a Randomized Controlled Trial

Electronic Health Program to Empower Patients in Returning to Normal Activities After Colorectal Surgical Procedures: Mixed-Methods Process Evaluation Alongside a Randomized Controlled Trial

Journals

  1. Poss-Doering R, Kuehn L, Kamradt M, Glassen K, Wensing M. Applying Digital Information Delivery to Convert Habits of Antibiotic Use in Primary Care in Germany: Mixed-Methods Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e18200 View
  2. Chapman S, Helliwell J, Lonsdale M, Tiernan J, Jayne D. Patient education about recovery after colorectal surgery: systematic scoping review. Colorectal Disease 2020;22(12):1842 View
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  5. Tong A, Scholes-Robertson N, Hawley C, Viecelli A, Carter S, Levin A, Hemmelgarn B, Harris T, Craig J. Patient-centred clinical trial design. Nature Reviews Nephrology 2022;18(8):514 View
  6. van Deursen L, Versluis A, van der Vaart R, Standaar L, Struijs J, Chavannes N, Aardoom J. eHealth Interventions for Dutch Cancer Care: Systematic Review Using the Triple Aim Lens. JMIR Cancer 2022;8(2):e37093 View
  7. van der Linden M, Nahar van Venrooij L, Verdaasdonk E. Personal Devices to Monitor Physical Activity and Nutritional Intake After Colorectal Cancer Surgery: Feasibility Study. JMIR Perioperative Medicine 2022;5(1):e40352 View
  8. Wells C, Xu W, Penfold J, Keane C, Gharibans A, Bissett I, O’Grady G. Wearable devices to monitor recovery after abdominal surgery: scoping review. BJS Open 2022;6(2) View
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  11. Husebø A, Søreide J, Kørner H, Storm M, Wathne H, Richardson A, Morken I, Urstad K, Nordfonn O, Karlsen B. eHealth interventions to support colorectal cancer patients’ self-management after discharge from surgery—an integrative literature review. Supportive Care in Cancer 2024;32(1) View
  12. Kinsey D, Febrey S, Briscoe S, Kneale D, Thompson Coon J, Carrieri D, Lovegrove C, McGrath J, Hemsley A, Melendez-Torres G, Shaw L, Nunns M. Impact of interventions to improve recovery of older adults following planned hospital admission on quality-of-life following discharge: linked-evidence synthesis. Health and Social Care Delivery Research 2023:1 View
  13. Kinsey D, Carrieri D, Briscoe S, Febrey S, Kneale D, Lovegrove C, Nunns M, Coon J, McGrath J, Hemsley A, Shaw L. Experiences of interventions to reduce hospital stay for older adults following elective treatment: Qualitative evidence‐synthesis. International Journal of Older People Nursing 2024;19(2) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Ofori M, El-Gayar O. Optimizing Health Monitoring Systems With Wireless Technology. View
  2. . Nursing and Health Interventions. View