Improving Chronic Care Management: Post-stroke Management and Education Using the Smartphone. Presented by: Anthony Sterns, PhD Kent State University Co-authors: Greta Lax, Harvey L. Sterns, PhD The University of Akron Kyle Allen, DO, Sue Hazelett, RN, MS Summa Health System.
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Presented by: Anthony Sterns, PhDKent State University
Greta Lax, Harvey L. Sterns, PhD
The University of Akron
Kyle Allen, DO, Sue Hazelett, RN, MS
Summa Health System
Mayhorn, C., & Sterns, A. (2006). Perfecting the Handheld Computer for Older Adults: From Cognitive Theory to Practical Application. Cognitive Technology, 12(1), 15-21.
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Sterns, A. A. & Mayhorn, C. B. (2006). Persuasive pillboxes: Improving medication adherence with personal digital assistants. Y. de Kort and W. I. Jsselsteijn (Eds.), Persuasive Technologies, LNCS v. 3962, New York, NY: Springer Publishing
(Sterns, 2005; Sterns and Mayhorn, 2006)
(American Heart Assoc. [AMA], 2007; 2006)
Education – Understand risk factors
Maintenance of function – ADLs, IADLs, exercise
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Sterns, A. A., Lax, G, Sterns, H., Allen, K, Hazelet, S., and Fosnight, S. (Nov., 2009). Improving Chronic Care Management: An iPhone Application for Post-Stroke Recovery. Part of a symposium on Technology presented at the 62nd annual meeting of the Gerontological Society of America, Atlanta, GA.