Data underlying the manuscript: Developing an eHealth intervention for and with cardiac patients with a low socioeconomic position: Lessons learned through the application of the inclusive eHealth guide.

doi: 10.4121/2ece98da-bebd-4a00-9534-47a432944b4e.v2
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doi: 10.4121/2ece98da-bebd-4a00-9534-47a432944b4e
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Faber, Jasper; Jos Kraal; Al-Dhahir, Isra; Breeman, Linda; Chavannes, Niels et. al. (2024): Data underlying the manuscript: Developing an eHealth intervention for and with cardiac patients with a low socioeconomic position: Lessons learned through the application of the inclusive eHealth guide. Version 2. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/2ece98da-bebd-4a00-9534-47a432944b4e.v2
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This data repository contains the research data from the study: Developing an eHealth intervention for and with cardiac patients with a low socioeconomic position: Lessons learned through the application of the inclusive eHealth guide. The research was carried out from June 2021 and June 2023.


This dataset contains data from a study on enhancing cardiac rehabilitation for patients with a low socio-economic position, divided into three phases. Phase 1 focuses on understanding patient motivation and barriers through workbook assignments, interviews, and focus groups, resulting in design opportunities. Phase 2 involves co-creation sessions for developing a smartphone application, using feedback from patients and hePreviewalthcare providers. Phase 3 evaluates the app's prototype through a mixed-method approach, combining usability metrics and qualitative feedback. Data includes the ethics applications, recruitment materials, and specific phase-related content like focus group guides, interview guides, questionnaires, and their data.


The study received ethical approval from the Human Research Ethics Committee of the Delft University of Technology (approval numbers 1691 and 2157). 

history
  • 2024-03-14 first online
  • 2024-04-05 published, posted
publisher
4TU.ResearchData
format
The zip file contains documents including data management plans, ethics applications, consent forms, workbooks, interview guides, and questionnaire data.
funding
  • Medical Delta - eHealth and self-management program
organizations
Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology;
Faculty of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Leiden University;
Department of Public Health and Primary Care, Leiden University Medical Centre;
National eHealth Living Lab (NeLL);
Medical Delta;
Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Erasmus MC;
Capri Hartrevalidatie;

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