Published on in Vol 23, No 1 (2021): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/25848, first published .
Adequacy of Web-Based Activities as a Substitute for In-Person Activities for Older Persons During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Survey Study

Adequacy of Web-Based Activities as a Substitute for In-Person Activities for Older Persons During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Survey Study

Adequacy of Web-Based Activities as a Substitute for In-Person Activities for Older Persons During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Survey Study

Journals

  1. Füzéki E, Schröder J, Groneberg D, Banzer W. Online Exercise Classes during the COVID-19 Related Lockdown in Germany: Use and Attitudes. Sustainability 2021;13(14):7677 View
  2. Morato J, Sanchez-Cuadrado S, Iglesias A, Campillo A, Fernández-Panadero C. Sustainable Technologies for Older Adults. Sustainability 2021;13(15):8465 View
  3. Haucke M, Liu S, Heinzel S. The Persistence of the Impact of COVID-19–Related Distress, Mood Inertia, and Loneliness on Mental Health During a Postlockdown Period in Germany: An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study. JMIR Mental Health 2021;8(8):e29419 View
  4. Jovanovic M, Mitrov G, Zdravevski E, Lameski P, Colantonio S, Kampel M, Tellioglu H, Florez-Revuelta F. Ambient Assisted Living: Scoping Review of Artificial Intelligence Models, Domains, Technology, and Concerns. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2022;24(11):e36553 View
  5. Hyodo K, Kidokoro T, Yamaguchi D, Iida M, Watanabe Y, Ueno A, Noda T, Kawahara K, Nishida S, Kai Y, Arao T. Feasibility, Safety, Enjoyment, and System Usability of Web-Based Aerobic Dance Exercise Program in Older Adults: Single-Arm Pilot Study. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e39898 View
  6. Rosenberg M, Eckstrom E. Factors that promote resilience for older adults and their informal caregivers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Aging & Mental Health 2023;27(10):2011 View
  7. Carrapatoso S, Abdalla P, Cadete C, Carvalho J, Santos M, Bohn L. Does Real-time Online Physical Exercise Improve Physical Fitness in Seniors?. Activities, Adaptation & Aging 2022;46(4):286 View
  8. Adisso É, Taljaard M, Stacey D, Brière N, Zomahoun H, Durand P, Rivest L, Légaré F. Shared Decision-Making Training for Home Care Teams to Engage Frail Older Adults and Caregivers in Housing Decisions: Stepped-Wedge Cluster Randomized Trial. JMIR Aging 2022;5(3):e39386 View
  9. da Silva W, Martins V, Haas A, Gonçalves A. Online Exercise Training Program for Brazilian Older Adults: Effects on Physical Fitness and Health-Related Variables of a Feasibility Study in Times of COVID-19. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(21):14042 View
  10. Okuda S, Tunematsu M, Tabuchi K, Kobayashi T, Kakehashi M, Nakatani H. A New Health Promotion Program That Includes Wadaiko Rhythm Exercise to Maintain the Health of Persons Excluded from Receiving Specific Health Guidance. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(14):8520 View
  11. MacRitchie J, Chmiel A, Radnan M, Taylor J, Dean R. Going online: Successes and challenges in delivering group music instrument and aural learning for older adult novices during the COVID-19 pandemic. Musicae Scientiae 2023;27(3):596 View
  12. Lenstra N, Oguz F, Winberry J, Wilson L. Supporting Social Connectedness of Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Role of Small and Rural Public Libraries. Public Library Quarterly 2022;41(6):596 View
  13. Zhang F, Cheng S. Benefit-finding buffers the effects of home confinement and centralized quarantine (HCCQ) on late midlife and older adults’ mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. Aging & Mental Health 2023;27(3):489 View
  14. Kayhan Koçak F, Çavdar S, Savas S, Akçiçek S. The impact of the COVID‐19 pandemic on well‐being of seniors attending online programs at University of the Third Age: a follow‐up study. Psychogeriatrics 2022;22(5):642 View
  15. Todd E, Bidstrup B, Mutch A. Using information and communication technology learnings to alleviate social isolation for older people during periods of mandated isolation: A review. Australasian Journal on Ageing 2022;41(3) View
  16. Vervaecke D, Owaisi R, Meisner B. Adult Day Program Directors’ Experiences Managing the COVID-19 Pandemic. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 2021;40(4):639 View
  17. Hasan D, Aladdin A, Amin A, Rashid T, Ali Y, Al-Bahri M, Majidpour J, Batrancea I, Masca E. Perspectives on the Impact of E-Learning Pre- and Post-COVID-19 Pandemic—The Case of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq. Sustainability 2023;15(5):4400 View
  18. de Maio Nascimento M, Araújo J, da Cruz Neto P, Rios P, Silva C, Ihle A. Internet-Based Video Program to Promote Physical Activity, Health, and Well-Being of Brazilian Older Adults during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Applied Sciences 2023;13(7):4326 View
  19. Contreras D, Williams E, Tucker R. Equivalent Improvements in Sleep Duration and Sleep Quality Regardless of Program Delivery Modality: The SLeep Education for Everyone Program (SLEEP). Clocks & Sleep 2023;5(2):226 View
  20. Schroeder T, Dodds L, Georgiou A, Gewald H, Siette J. Older Adults and New Technology: Mapping Review of the Factors Associated With Older Adults’ Intention to Adopt Digital Technologies. JMIR Aging 2023;6:e44564 View
  21. Teo J, Bird S, Wang X, Zheng Z. Using telehealth to deliver Qi Gong and Tai Chi programs: A mixed-methods systematic review on feasibility, acceptability and participant engagement factors. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2024;117:105203 View
  22. Hall P, Adams M. Creating havens for Black lesbian elders during COVID-19. Journal of Lesbian Studies 2023:1 View
  23. Li M, Rao W, Su Y, Sul Y, Caron G, D’Arcy C, Fleury M, Meng X. Psychological interventions for loneliness and social isolation among older adults during medical pandemics: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Age and Ageing 2023;52(6) View
  24. Xing Y, Kelly R, Rogerson M, Waycott J. "Keeping the Program Going": Technology Use by Community Organizations to Support the Social Connectedness of Older Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 2023;7(CSCW2):1 View
  25. Marrapu S, Senn W, Prybutok V. The impact of covid-19 on the relationship between wellness and physical activity: a structured literature review. International Journal of Spa and Wellness 2023:1 View
  26. Ramos A, Rech J, Schmeits K, Carvajal M, Trinidad N, Blaskewicz Boron J, Dinkel D. Exploring the Benefits, Barriers, and Facilitators of Physical Activity and Interest in Intergenerational Physical Activity Programming Within a Hispanic/Latino Community in the Midwest. Health Promotion Practice 2023 View
  27. Genoe M, Kelsey R, Domoney C, Buhay M, Reles S. Get in touch with leisure: a community-based therapeutic recreation programme for older adults during COVID-19. World Leisure Journal 2024:1 View
  28. Sun H, Zhang Q, Si T, Bai W, Chen P, Lam M, Lok K, Su Z, Cheung T, Ungvari G, Jackson T, Sha S, Xiang Y. Interactive changes in depression and loneliness symptoms prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A longitudinal network analysis. Psychiatry Research 2024;333:115744 View
  29. Payne M, Galery K, Plonka A, Lemaire J, Derreumaux A, Fabre R, Mouton A, Sacco G, Guerin O, Manera V, Robert P, Beauchet O, Gros A. Productive art engagement in a hybrid format: effects on emotions of older adults during COVID-19 pandemic. Frontiers in Public Health 2024;12 View
  30. Ebert B, Streicher H, Notthoff N. Online exercise during the COVID-19 pandemic and factors promoting or hindering participation in adults: a scoping review. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology 2024:1 View
  31. Islam M, Frazier M, Harden S, Lim S. Barriers and Benefits of Online Group Exercise Programs for Older Adults. Journal of Applied Gerontology 2024 View
  32. Hwang D, Cho J, Hyun A. Contactless exercise intervention in prenatal and postnatal period during COVID-19 lowers the risk of postpartum depression. Scientific Reports 2024;14(1) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Bennett Gayle D, Yuan X, Dubois E, Knight T. Social Vulnerability to COVID-19. View