eHealth / Internet-Based Interventions to Support Carers of People With Dementia (Internet Interventions)


A follow-up study of eHealth interventions designed to support caregivers of people with dementia, previously considered to be promising, found (i) generally (with some exceptions) low levels of implementation readiness and (ii) poor availability regarding the information necessary to assess implementation and effectiveness. Recommendations for future research are included.

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Christie, HL. Martin, JL. [and] Connor, J. [et al] (2019). eHealth interventions to support caregivers of people with dementia may be proven effective, but are they implementation-ready? Internet Interventions. July 24th 2019; Vol.18: 100260.

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