Published on in Vol 9, No 3 (2022): Jul-Sep

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/35577, first published .
User Experience of the Co-design Research Approach in eHealth: Activity Analysis With the Course-of-Action Framework

User Experience of the Co-design Research Approach in eHealth: Activity Analysis With the Course-of-Action Framework

User Experience of the Co-design Research Approach in eHealth: Activity Analysis With the Course-of-Action Framework

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  1. Davoody N, Eghdam A, Koch S, Hägglund M. Evaluation of an Electronic Care and Rehabilitation Planning Tool With Stroke Survivors With Aphasia: Usability Study. JMIR Human Factors 2023;10:e43861 View
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  3. Singh H, Benn N, Fung A, Kokorelias K, Martyniuk J, Nelson M, Colquhoun H, Cameron J, Munce S, Saragosa M, Godhwani K, Khan A, Yoo P, Kuluski K, Tessari A. Co-design for stroke intervention development: Results of a scoping review. PLOS ONE 2024;19(2):e0297162 View
  4. Foster M, Fix G, Hyde J, Dunlap S, Byrne T, Sugie N, Kuhn R, Gabrielian S, Roncarati J, Zhao S, McInnes D. Capturing the Dynamics of Homelessness Through Ethnography and Mobile Technology: Protocol for the Development and Testing of a Smartphone Technology–Supported Intervention. JMIR Research Protocols 2024;13:e53022 View