Published on in Vol 5, No 3 (2016): Jul-Sept

Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

Telemedicine in Neonatal Home Care: Identifying Parental Needs Through Participatory Design

Journals

  1. Jensen C, Overgaard S, Wiil U, Smith A, Clemensen J. Bridging the gap: A user-driven study on new ways to support self-care and empowerment for patients with hip fracture. SAGE Open Medicine 2018;6:205031211879912 View
  2. Rasmussen M, Clemensen J, Zachariassen G, Kidholm K, Brødsgaard A, Smith A, Holm K. Cost analysis of neonatal tele-homecare for preterm infants compared to hospital-based care. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2020;26(7-8):474 View
  3. Koreska M, Petersen M, Andersen B, Brødsgaard A. Supporting families on their journey towards a normal everyday life ‐ facilitating partnership in an early discharge program for families with premature infants. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing 2020;25(1) View
  4. Holm K, Clemensen J, Brødsgaard A, Smith A, Maastrup R, Zachariassen G. Growth and breastfeeding of preterm infants receiving neonatal tele-homecare compared to hospital-based care. Journal of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine 2019;12(3):277 View
  5. Kidholm K, Clemensen J, Caffery L, Smith A. The Model for Assessment of Telemedicine (MAST): A scoping review of empirical studies. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2017;23(9):803 View
  6. Kidholm K, Jensen L, Kjølhede T, Nielsen E, Horup M. Validity of the Model for Assessment of Telemedicine: A Delphi study. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2018;24(2):118 View
  7. Garne Holm K, Brødsgaard A, Zachariassen G, Smith A, Clemensen J. Parent perspectives of neonatal tele-homecare: A qualitative study. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 2019;25(4):221 View
  8. Garne Holm K, Brødsgaard A, Zachariassen G, Smith A, Clemensen J. Participatory design methods for the development of a clinical telehealth service for neonatal homecare. SAGE Open Medicine 2017;5:205031211773125 View
  9. Azzuqa A, Chuo J, Zenge J. Tele-medicine: Innovative tools for a safe transition to home in neonatal care. Seminars in Perinatology 2021;45(5):151427 View