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Keywords

Computer systems, Questionnaires, Reproducibility of results, User-computer interface

 

Authors

  1. KRAMER-JACKMAN, KELLI LEE PhD, FNP, BC
  2. POPKESS-VAWTER, SUE PhD, ARNP

Abstract

Current healthcare literature lacks development andevaluation methods for research and practice measures administered by technology. Researchers withvarying levels of informatics experience are developing technology-delivered measures because of the numerous advantages they offer. Hasty development of technology-delivered measures can present issues that negatively influence administration and psychometric properties. The Method forTechnology-delivered Healthcare Measures is designed to systematically guide the development and evaluation of technology-delivered measures. The five-step Method for Technology-delivered Healthcare Measures includes establishment of content, e-Health literacy, technology delivery, expert usability, and participant usability. Background information and Method for Technology-delivered Healthcare Measures steps are detailed.