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  • The state of bereavement support in adult intensive care: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. [Review]
  • JCJ Crit Care 2018 Dec 01; 50:177-187
  • Efstathiou N, Walker W, … Vanderspank-Wright B
  • CONCLUSIONS: The reviewed evidence was weak, and findings were contextually bound. As such, it is difficult to make recommendations for the most acceptable and effective bereavement support intervention(s). Bereavement support in ICU needs further exploration and clinicians must be adequately trained and supported for the delivery of evidence-informed, culturally competent care.
  • Technology Adoption, Motivational Aspects, and Privacy Concerns of Wearables in the German Running Community: Field Study. [Journal Article]
  • JMJMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018 Dec 14; 6(12):e201
  • Wiesner M, Zowalla R, … Pobiruchin M
  • CONCLUSIONS: A total of 136 distinct devices by 23 vendors or manufacturers and 17 running apps were identified. Out of 4, 3 runners (76.8%, 474/617) always trusted in the data tracked by their personal device. Data privacy concerns do, however, exist in the German running community, especially for older age groups (30-39 years: OR 1.041, 95% CI 0.371-0.905; 40-49 years: OR 1.421, 95% CI 0.813-2.506; 50-59 years: OR 2.076, 95% CI 1.813-3.686; 60-69 years: OR 2.394, 95% CI 0.957-6.183).
  • Creating Gameful Design in mHealth: A Participatory Co-Design Approach. [Journal Article]
  • JMJMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2018 Dec 14; 6(12):e11579
  • Jessen S, Mirkovic J, Ruland CM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The main contribution in this study was users' contextualized and richly described needs and requirements for gamefully designed mHealth tools for supporting chronic patients in self-management as well as the methods and techniques used to facilitate and support both the participant's creativity and communication of ideas and inputs. The range, variety, and depth of the inputs from our participants also showed the appropriateness of our design approach and activities. These findings may be combined with literature and relevant theories to further inform in the selection and application of gameful designs in mHealth apps, or they can be used as a starting point for conducting more participatory workshops focused on co-designing gameful health apps.
  • Current and ceased users of sit stand workstations: a qualitative evaluation of ergonomics, safety and health factors within a workplace setting. [Journal Article]
  • BPBMC Public Health 2018 Dec 14; 18(1):1374
  • Henderson B, Stuckey R, Keegel T
  • CONCLUSIONS: Sustainable usage of this type of SSW is achievable, however, it requires some element of adaptation at the individual worker level. Participants spoke about how the use of the SSW in a standing position was typically associated with the time of day, specific task selection and musculoskeletal comfort or fatigue factors. The provision of education to new SSW users with relevant supporting information by a subject matter expert should enable the worker to obtain a more holistic understanding of the safety and health risks and benefits embedded in the use of a SSW.
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