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Advancing the Science of Recruitment for Family Caregivers: Focus Group and Delphi Methods

Advancing the Science of Recruitment for Family Caregivers: Focus Group and Delphi Methods

However, in previous research, the authors found recruiting family caregivers whose loved ones tell their illness stories on social media challenging since this small subset of family caregivers is difficult to define and identify.

Dana Hansen, Amy Petrinec, Mona Hebeshy, Denice Sheehan, Barbara L Drew

JMIR Nursing 2019;2(1):e13862

Mentalizing Imagery Therapy Mobile App to Enhance the Mood of Family Dementia Caregivers: Feasibility and Limited Efficacy Testing

Mentalizing Imagery Therapy Mobile App to Enhance the Mood of Family Dementia Caregivers: Feasibility and Limited Efficacy Testing

Although overall feedback was positive regarding the app design, research with quantitative, empirically based tools may help to more rigorously characterize usability.ConclusionsOur findings demonstrate that using the MIT app was feasible for the majority of family

Abu Taher Sikder, Francis Cheng Yang, Rhiana Schafer, Glenna A Dowling, Lara Traeger, Felipe Ananda Jain

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e12850

Online Self-Management Support for Family Caregivers Dealing With Behavior Changes in Relatives With Dementia (Part 2): Randomized Controlled Trial

Online Self-Management Support for Family Caregivers Dealing With Behavior Changes in Relatives With Dementia (Part 2): Randomized Controlled Trial

In dementia care, self-management often involves the family caregivers [6]. In addition to caring for their relative, family caregivers must also deal with their own health and the consequences of dementia in their lives [7].

Judith G Huis in het Veld, Bernadette M Willemse, Iris FM van Asch, Rob BM Groot Zwaaftink, Paul-Jeroen Verkade, Jos WR Twisk, Renate Verkaik, Marco M Blom, Berno van Meijel, Anneke L Francke

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(2):e13001

Health Information–Seeking Behaviors of Family Caregivers: Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey

Health Information–Seeking Behaviors of Family Caregivers: Analysis of the Health Information National Trends Survey

As such, family caregivers are often highly engaged in the pursuit of health information, support, and advice, both for themselves and others, more frequently than noncaregivers [1,2].

Lauren R Bangerter, Joan Griffin, Kristin Harden, Lila J Rutten

JMIR Aging 2019;2(1):e11237