Published on in Vol 24, No 12 (2022): December

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/40192, first published .
Digital Engagement of Older Adults: Scoping Review

Digital Engagement of Older Adults: Scoping Review

Digital Engagement of Older Adults: Scoping Review

Journals

  1. Giansanti D. Ten Years of TeleHealth and Digital Healthcare: Where Are We?. Healthcare 2023;11(6):875 View
  2. Christmas C. Connections and older adults. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2023;71(12):3683 View
  3. 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
  4. Turcotte S, Bouchard C, Rousseau J, DeBroux Leduc R, Bier N, Kairy D, Dang‐Vu T, Sarimanukoglu K, Dubé F, Bourgeois Racine C, Rioux C, Shea C, Filiatrault J. Factors influencing older adults' participation in telehealth interventions for primary prevention and health promotion: A rapid review. Australasian Journal on Ageing 2024;43(1):11 View
  5. Gedvilaitė-Kordušienė M, Rapolienė G. Digital Engagement of Older Adults in Lithuania: Obstacles and Support Opportunities. Socialinė teorija, empirija, politika ir praktika 2023;(27):38 View
  6. Daniels K, Bonnechère B. Harnessing digital health interventions to bridge the gap in prevention for older adults. Frontiers in Public Health 2024;11 View
  7. Sakariassen H, Ytre-Arne B. Transferred expectations of human presence: Folk theories among older adults who are inexperienced users of online services. New Media & Society 2024 View
  8. Jones V, Yan C, Shade M, Boron J, Yan Z, Heselton H, Johnson K, Dube V. Reducing Loneliness and Improving Social Support among Older Adults through Different Modalities of Personal Voice Assistants. Geriatrics 2024;9(2):22 View
  9. Marnfeldt K, Lomeli S, Navarro S, Estenson L, Wilber K. “Connect it down to the person”: Perspectives on Technology Adoption from Older Angelenos. Journal of Elder Policy 2023;2(3):93 View
  10. Money A, Hall A, Harris D, Eost-Telling C, McDermott J, Todd C. Barriers to and Facilitators of Older People’s Engagement With Web-Based Services: Qualitative Study of Adults Aged >75 Years. JMIR Aging 2024;7:e46522 View
  11. Cao X, Zhang H, Zhou B, Wang D, Cui C, Bai X. Factors influencing older adults’ acceptance of voice assistants. Frontiers in Psychology 2024;15 View
  12. Lu S, Yoon S, Yee W, Heng N, Ng K, Low L. Technology and social marginality: a qualitative study of a community-based digital intervention among older people living in a low-income neighbourhood (Preprint). JMIR Aging 2023 View
  13. Miller L, Callegari R, Abah T, Fann H. Digital Literacy Training for Low-Income Older Adults Through Undergraduate Community-Engaged Learning: A Single Group Pre-Post Study (Preprint). JMIR Aging 2023 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Messer M. Digitale Chancen in der häuslichen Pflege nutzen. View