EAGER - eHealth in geriatric rehabilitation

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Brief description

Research on the effectiveness, feasibility and usability of eHealth interventions in older adults in geriatric rehabilitation.

Researchers

Jules Kraaijkamp
Dr. Leonoor van Dam van Isselt
Dr. Anke Persoon
Prof. Dr. Niels Chavannes
Prof. Dr. Wilco Achterberg
 

Participating organizations

Zonnehuisgroep Vlaardingen, Zorgcirkel Alkmaar                      

Contact

Jules Kraaijkamp

Start study

2019         

Expected completion

2024 

Description

This research programme consists of four different parts:
1. Evidence-based review: a systematic review to assess evidence on the effectiveness, feasibility, and usability of eHealth interventions in older adults in geriatric rehabilitation.
2. Practice-based survey: a national and international survey aimed at exploring the experiences and needs of healthcare professionals regarding the effectiveness, usability, and feasibility of eHealth in geriatric rehabilitation.
3. Consensus on eHealth in geriatric rehabilitation: achieving international consensus on the definition and principles (classification, goals, target groups) of eHealth in geriatric rehabilitation based on systematic review and (inter)national survey using a Delphi method.
4. Experiment: focused on the effectiveness, feasibility, and usability of one or more evidence- & practice-based eHealth interventions in geriatric rehabilitation.
a. RAAK-PRO; making sense of sensor data for personalized health care.   

In collaboration with

UKON (Anke Persoon), Hogeschool Leiden, Hogeschool Utrecht (Michiel Punt), GRZ PLUS

Financing

ZGG Zorggroep
RAAK-PRO

Publications

Kraaijkamp, J.J.M., van Dam van Isselt, E.F., Persoon, A., Versluis, A., Chavannes, N.H., Achterberg, W.P. eHealth in geriatric rehabilitation: a systematic review of effectiveness, feasibility and usability. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 16/05/2021:24015. DOI: 10.2196/24015