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- Tags: *emergency department
Tags: *emergency department, *Frequent user, *Health Services Accessibility/statistics & numerical data, *Survey, 2017, Birmingham Lauren E, BMC emergency medicine, Cochran Thaddeus, Department of Emergency Medicine, Emergency Service, Emergency Service – Utilization, Female, Frey Jennifer A, Health Services Accessibility – Statistics and Numerical Data, Health Services Needs and Demand – Statistics and Numerical Data, Health Services Needs and Demand/statistics & numerical data, Hospital/*statistics & numerical data, Human, Humans, interviews, Interviews as Topic, Male, Middle Age, Middle Aged, NEOMED College of Medicine, Prospective Studies, Stiffler Kirk A, Surveys and Questionnaires, Trauma Centers – Utilization, Trauma Centers/statistics & numerical data, Wilber Scott T
Willingness and Ability of Older Adults in the Emergency Department to Provide Clinical Information Using a Tablet Computer.
Tags: *aged, *Attitude to Computers, *Computers, *Data Collection, *Elderly, *emergency department, *Emergency Service, 2016, 80 and over, Academic Medical Centers, Academic Medical Centers – North Carolina, Aged, Brahmandam Sruti, Braz Valerie A, Computers, Confidence Intervals, Convenience Sample, Cross Sectional Studies, CROSS-sectional method, Cross-Sectional Studies, Descriptive Statistics, Emergency Care – In Old Age, Emergency Medical Services, Emergency Service, Female, Handheld, Holland Wesley C, Hospital, HOSPITAL emergency services, Human, Humans, Hunold Katherine M, Jones Christopher W, Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, LONGITUDINAL method, Male, Mangipudi Sowmya A, Mass Screening/*instrumentation, MEDICAL cooperation, Medlin Richard P, Multicenter Studies, New Jersey, North Carolina, OLD age, Patient Attitudes – Evaluation – In Old Age, PATIENTS' attitudes, Platts-Mills Timothy F, Portable – Utilization – In Old Age, PORTABLE computers, Prospective Studies, Research, SCALE analysis (Psychology), Scales, STATISTICAL sampling, Summated Rating Scaling, Surveys and Questionnaires, United States, User-Computer Interface