Published on in Vol 21, No 2 (2019): February

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10377, first published .
Development of the Multidimensional Readiness and Enablement Index for Health Technology (READHY) Tool to Measure Individuals’ Health Technology Readiness: Initial Testing in a Cancer Rehabilitation Setting

Development of the Multidimensional Readiness and Enablement Index for Health Technology (READHY) Tool to Measure Individuals’ Health Technology Readiness: Initial Testing in a Cancer Rehabilitation Setting

Development of the Multidimensional Readiness and Enablement Index for Health Technology (READHY) Tool to Measure Individuals’ Health Technology Readiness: Initial Testing in a Cancer Rehabilitation Setting

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  4. Holt K, Overgaard D, Engel L, Kayser L. Health literacy, digital literacy and eHealth literacy in Danish nursing students at entry and graduate level: a cross sectional study. BMC Nursing 2020;19(1) View
  5. Zrubka Z, Brito Fernandes Ó, Baji P, Hajdu O, Kovacs L, Kringos D, Klazinga N, Gulácsi L, Brodszky V, Rencz F, Péntek M. Exploring eHealth Literacy and Patient-Reported Experiences With Outpatient Care in the Hungarian General Adult Population: Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(8):e19013 View
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  8. Rossen S, Kayser L, Vibe-Petersen J, Ried-Larsen M, Christensen J. Technology in exercise-based cancer rehabilitation: a cross-sectional study of receptiveness and readiness for e-Health utilization in Danish cancer rehabilitation. Acta Oncologica 2019;58(5):610 View
  9. Jones A, Bardram J, Bækgaard P, Cramer-Petersen C, Skinner T, Vrangbæk K, Starr L, Nørgaard K, Lind N, Bechmann Christensen M, Glümer C, Wang-Sattler R, Laxy M, Brander E, Heinemann L, Heise T, Schliess F, Ladewig K, Kownatka D. Integrated personalized diabetes management goes Europe: A multi-disciplinary approach to innovating type 2 diabetes care in Europe. Primary Care Diabetes 2021;15(2):360 View
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