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Assessing the Impact and Cost of Short-Term Health Workforce in Remote Indigenous Communities in Australia: A Mixed Methods Study Protocol

Assessing the Impact and Cost of Short-Term Health Workforce in Remote Indigenous Communities in Australia: A Mixed Methods Study Protocol

The key stakeholder group will comprise senior policy makers from NT Department of Health, Top End and Central Australian Health Services, NT Primary Health Network, AMSANT, the National Rural Health Alliance, and the Commonwealth Department of Health.

John Wakerman, John Humphreys, Lisa Bourke, Terry Dunbar, Michael Jones, Timothy A Carey, Steven Guthridge, Deborah Russell, David Lyle, Yuejen Zhao, Lorna Murakami-Gold

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(4):e135

Secure Cloud-Based Solutions for Different eHealth Services in Spanish Rural Health Centers

Secure Cloud-Based Solutions for Different eHealth Services in Spanish Rural Health Centers

Case Study ScenariosThe scenario proposed for offering secure eHealth solutions on the cloud is a set of rural health centers that provide different rural areas with basic care, with the most serious cases being those that require specialist care at the closest

Isabel de la Torre- Díez, Miguel Lopez-Coronado, Begonya Garcia-Zapirain Soto, Amaia Mendez-Zorrilla

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(7):e157

An eHealth Intervention for Patients in Rural Areas: Preliminary Findings From a Pilot Feasibility Study

An eHealth Intervention for Patients in Rural Areas: Preliminary Findings From a Pilot Feasibility Study

We therefore piloted an eHealth disease management program in people with comorbid mental health and physical health conditions or risk factors who live in rural areas. eHealth technologies should be developed and evaluated from the start as complex individual

Geoffrey Schrader, Niranjan Bidargaddi, Melanie Harris, Lareen Newman, Sarah Lynn, Leigh Peterson, Malcolm Battersby

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(2):e27

An Argument Against Cross-Platform Development: Lessons From an Augmented Reality App Prototype for Rural Emergency Responders

An Argument Against Cross-Platform Development: Lessons From an Augmented Reality App Prototype for Rural Emergency Responders

The specifics of the original Farm MAPPER app and its applicability to agricultural injury prevention interventions are the topic of another paper [6].MethodsThe project was led by a research team, which was administratively housed within a private rural health

Bryan Weichelt, Tomi Heimonen, Matthew Pilz, Aaron Yoder, Casper Bendixsen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(3):e12207

Cost Per Participant Recruited From Rural and Remote Areas Into a Smoking Cessation Trial Via Online or Traditional Strategies: Observational Study

Cost Per Participant Recruited From Rural and Remote Areas Into a Smoking Cessation Trial Via Online or Traditional Strategies: Observational Study

IntroductionTobacco Use in Rural PopulationIn high-income countries such as Australia [1] and the United States [2], people who live in rural and remote areas have been identified as a priority population for smoking cessation interventions.

Judith Byaruhanga, Flora Tzelepis, Christine Paul, John Wiggers, Emma Byrnes, Christophe Lecathelinais

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(11):e14911

Use of Physical Activity Monitoring Devices by Families in Rural Communities: Qualitative Approach

Use of Physical Activity Monitoring Devices by Families in Rural Communities: Qualitative Approach

There are multiple factors that may negatively influence adults’ participation in physical activities, including advanced age, low income, lack of time, low motivation, rural residency, perception of the effort needed for exercise, excessive weight or obesity

Iryna Sharaievska, Rebecca A Battista, Jennifer Zwetsloot

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2019;2(1):e10658

Characterizing the Rural Opioid Use Environment in Kentucky Using Google Earth: Virtual Audit

Characterizing the Rural Opioid Use Environment in Kentucky Using Google Earth: Virtual Audit

Moreover, the rate of drug overdose in rural areas has surpassed that of many urban areas [7,8], with Kentucky having the fourth highest overdose rate nationally [9].Rural areas cover approximately 97% of the land area in the United States [10], and despite

Natalie Danielle Crawford, Regine Haardöerfer, Hannah Cooper, Izraelle McKinnon, Carla Jones-Harrell, April Ballard, Sierra Shantel von Hellens, April Young

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(10):e14923