Published on in Vol 23, No 6 (2021): June

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/20988, first published .
Digital Information Technology Use, Self-Rated Health, and Depression: Population-Based Analysis of a Survey Study on Older Migrants

Digital Information Technology Use, Self-Rated Health, and Depression: Population-Based Analysis of a Survey Study on Older Migrants

Digital Information Technology Use, Self-Rated Health, and Depression: Population-Based Analysis of a Survey Study on Older Migrants

Journals

  1. Jing R, Jin G, Guo Y, Zhang Y, Li L. The association between constant and new Internet use and depressive symptoms among older adults in China: The role of structural social capital. Computers in Human Behavior 2023;138:107480 View
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  4. Kouvonen A, Kemppainen T, Taipale S, Olakivi A, Wrede S, Kemppainen L. Health and self-perceived barriers to internet use among older migrants: a population-based study. BMC Public Health 2022;22(1) View
  5. Cotten S, Schuster A, Seifert A. Social media use and well-being among older adults. Current Opinion in Psychology 2022;45:101293 View
  6. Kemppainen L, Wrede S, Kouvonen A. Migrants face Barriers to Obtaining Electronic Identification: A population-based Study Among Older Russian-speakers in Finland. Journal of Medical Systems 2023;47(1) View
  7. Cotten S, Ghaiumy Anaraky R, Schuster A, Tina Savla J. Social Media Use May Not Be As Bad As Some Suggest: Implication for Older Adults. Innovation in Aging 2023;7(3) View
  8. Fukase R, Murakami M, Ikeda T. Leaflet information by the local government on mental health during the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic: a cross-sectional study in a rural area in Japan. Family Practice 2023 View
  9. Liu N, Wang Y, Li Z. Internet use, physical activity and depressive symptoms in older adults: A cross-lagged panel analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders 2024;350:937 View
  10. Safarov N, Kemppainen L, Wrede S, Kouvonen A. Self-identified barriers to health services among migrants 50 years of age or older: population-based survey study of Russian speakers in Finland. BMC Health Services Research 2024;24(1) View
  11. Cunningham T, Murray C, Du J, Evans N, Ziaian T. Digital technology uses, purposes, barriers and training programs for culturally and linguistically diverse older adults: a systematic scoping review. Aslib Journal of Information Management 2024 View
  12. Chishima I, Nakagomi A, Ide K, Shioya R, Saito M, Kondo K. The Purpose of Internet Use and Face-To-Face Communication With Friends and Acquaintances Among Older Adults: A JAGES Longitudinal Study. Journal of Applied Gerontology 2024 View
  13. Shiratsuchi D, Makizako H, Akaida S, Tateishi M, Hirano H, Iijima K, Yamada M, Kojima N, Obuchi S, Fujiwara Y, Murayama H, Nishita Y, Jeong S, Otsuka R, Abe T, Suzuki T. Associations between information and communication technology use and frailty in community-dwelling old-old adults: results from the ILSA-J. European Geriatric Medicine 2024 View