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Acceptance, Usability and Health Applications of Virtual Worlds by Older Adults: A Feasibility Study

Acceptance, Usability and Health Applications of Virtual Worlds by Older Adults: A Feasibility Study

Among seniors who reported using the Internet, more than two thirds of them go online every day. Similarly, among seniors who use social networking sites, 81% reported using them daily or near-daily.

Nicole Cook, Sandra L Winkler

JMIR Res Protoc 2016;5(2):e81


App-based Self-administrable Clinical Tests of Physical Function: Development and Usability Study

App-based Self-administrable Clinical Tests of Physical Function: Development and Usability Study

Consequently, it might not be obvious why younger or well-functioning seniors should have their physical function assessed until it has come to this stage.

Ronny Bergquist, Beatrix Vereijken, Sabato Mellone, Mattia Corzani, Jorunn L. Helbostad, Kristin Taraldsen

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2020;8(4):e16507


Descriptive Evaluation and Accuracy of a Mobile App to Assess Fall Risk in Seniors: Retrospective Case-Control Study

Descriptive Evaluation and Accuracy of a Mobile App to Assess Fall Risk in Seniors: Retrospective Case-Control Study

Falls have a high prevalence among seniors, with 1/4 seniors aged 65 and above experiencing one fall per year [1-3]. Fall rates in nursing homes are higher than fall rates in the community.

Sophie Rabe, Arash Azhand, Wolfgang Pommer, Swantje Müller, Anika Steinert

JMIR Aging 2020;3(1):e16131


Using a Collaborative Research Approach to Develop an Interdisciplinary Research Agenda for the Study of Mobile Health Interventions for Older Adults

Using a Collaborative Research Approach to Develop an Interdisciplinary Research Agenda for the Study of Mobile Health Interventions for Older Adults

In Canada, per capita health care spending is five times higher for seniors than for younger adults and this number is growing [11]. In the US, seniors make up 12% of the population and account for a third of all health care spending [12].

Kathryn Mercer, Neill Baskerville, Catherine M Burns, Feng Chang, Lora Giangregorio, Jill Tomasson Goodwin, Leila Sadat Rezai, Kelly Grindrod

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2015;3(1):e11