Published on in Vol 18, No 11 (2016): November

Older Veteran Digital Disparities: Examining the Potential for Solutions Within Social Networks

Older Veteran Digital Disparities: Examining the Potential for Solutions Within Social Networks

Older Veteran Digital Disparities: Examining the Potential for Solutions Within Social Networks

Journals

  1. Slightam C, Gregory A, Hu J, Jacobs J, Gurmessa T, Kimerling R, Blonigen D, Zulman D. Patient Perceptions of Video Visits Using Veterans Affairs Telehealth Tablets: Survey Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(4):e15682 View
  2. Leone C, Lim J, Stern A, Charles J, Black S, Baecker R. Communication technology adoption among older adult veterans: the interplay of social and cognitive factors. Aging & Mental Health 2018;22(12):1666 View
  3. Sedrak M, Soto-Perez-De-Celis E, Nelson R, Liu J, Waring M, Lane D, Paskett E, Chlebowski R. Online Health Information–Seeking Among Older Women With Chronic Illness: Analysis of the Women’s Health Initiative. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(4):e15906 View
  4. Gould C, Zapata A, Shinsky D, Goldstein M. Testing the usability of a portable DVD player and tailored photo instructions with older adult veterans. Educational Gerontology 2018;44(1):64 View
  5. Houston T, Richardson L, Cotten S. Patient-directed Digital Health Technologies. Medical Care 2019;57(2):95 View
  6. Reddy A, Gunnink E, Deeds S, Hagan S, Heyworth L, Mattras T, Nelson K. A rapid mobilization of ‘virtual’ primary care services in response to COVID-19 at Veterans Health Administration. Healthcare 2020;8(4):100464 View
  7. Simon C, Schartz H, Rosenthal G, Eisenstein E, Klein D. Perspectives on Electronic Informed Consent From Patients Underrepresented in Research in the United States: A Focus Group Study. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 2018;13(4):338 View
  8. Gould C, Loup J, Kuhn E, Beaudreau S, Ma F, Goldstein M, Wetherell J, Zapata A, Choe P, O'Hara R. Technology use and preferences for mental health self‐management interventions among older veterans. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2020;35(3):321 View
  9. Tarver W, Haggstrom D. The Use of Cancer-Specific Patient-Centered Technologies Among Underserved Populations in the United States: Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(4):e10256 View
  10. Johnson S, Levesque D, Broderick L, Bailey D, Kerns R. Pain Self-Management for Veterans: Development and Pilot Test of a Stage-Based Mobile-Optimized Intervention. JMIR Medical Informatics 2017;5(4):e40 View
  11. Melzer A, Hagedorn H, Nelson D, Kaplan A, Campbell M, Fu S. Use of Information and Communication Technology among Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Who Smoke: A Mixed Methods Study. Annals of the American Thoracic Society 2023;20(3):381 View
  12. De Ravin E, Armache M, Campbell F, Rising K, Worster B, Handley N, Fundakowski C, Cognetti D, Mady L. Feasibility and Cost of Telehealth Head and Neck Cancer Survivorship Care: A Systematic Review. Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery 2023;168(6):1312 View
  13. Walker D, Nouri M, Plouffe R, Liu J, Le T, Forchuk C, Gargala D, St Cyr K, Nazarov A, Richardson J. Telehealth experiences in Canadian veterans: associations, strengths and barriers to care during the COVID-19 pandemic. BMJ Military Health 2023:e002249 View
  14. Zhang Y, Liu J. Deconstructing proxy health information-seeking behavior: A systematic review. Library & Information Science Research 2023;45(3):101250 View
  15. MAURER R, HALLAN D, MAURER T, LEE C, KELLEHER J. Telemedicine in a spine clinic setting: a large survey of patient preferences and experiences. Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences 2023;67(3) View