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METHODS: Responding to health consumers’ calls, we conducted an online survey (Qualtrics opt-in link) snowball-shared via advocacy groups and social media (July-September 2020). The survey was approved by the Flinders University Social and Behavioural Research Ethics Committee (Project No. 8557).
RESULTS: 152 people responded to the quantitative aspects of the survey. Respondents’ main characteristics (Figure 1), health conditions (Figure 2) and needs (Table 1).
CONCLUSION: FHBP reported experiences of multiple comorbidities and social isolation. They highlighted their need to access the health system through telehealth. Moving beyond patients' physical attendance preferably through co-development of telehealth services with patients and carers has the potential to empower consumers, integrate care, and create more effective health and wellbeing services for FHBP in Australia.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|
|Event||21st Successes and Failures in Telehealth Conference: 13th Annual Meeting of the Australian Telehealth Society - Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre in Brisbane, Brisbane, Australia|
Duration: 3 Nov 2021 → 5 Nov 2021
|Conference||21st Successes and Failures in Telehealth Conference|
|Period||3/11/21 → 5/11/21|
- Primary care (PC)
- Homebound people
- Wellbeing and mental health
- Health and human rights
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A winner of the Big Ideas video competition to improve the Australian health system. Consumer Health Forum of Australia, 2021.
Pinero de Plaza, Maria Alejandra (Recipient), 23 Feb 2021
Prize: Other distinctionFile
Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Member)31 Jan 2022 → 2025
Activity: Membership types › Membership of network
Research Program: Visibility and Technological Solutions for Frail, Homebound and Bedridden People - FHBP
Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Participant), Penelope McMillan (Participant), Alline Beleigoli (Participant), Michael Lawless (Participant), Alexandra Mudd (Participant), Mandy Archibald (Participant), Matthew Tieu (Participant), Rebecca Feo (Participant), Erin Morton (Participant), Belinda Lange (Participant), Mark Thompson (Participant), Danielle Taylor (Participant), Sue Gordon (Participant), Agustina Gancia (Participant), Sarah Hunter (Participant), Kathy Phelan (Participant), Robyn Clark (Participant), Ricky Buchanan (Participant), Renuka Visvanathan (Participant) & Alison Kitson (Participant)Jun 2022 → Jun 2026
Activity: Other activity types › Other
Meet the Minds/Brave: Highlighting the unseen: Bringing frail, homebound and bedridden people into view with technology
Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Speaker)8 Jun 2021
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Oral presentation
Measuring fundamental care using complexity science: A descriptive case study of a methodological innovationConroy, T., Pinero de Plaza, M. A., Mudd, A., Mitchell, M. M. & Kitson, A., Jun 2023, In: Journal of Clinical Nursing. 32, 11-12, p. 2903-2912 10 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review8 Citations (Scopus)
Pinero de Plaza, M. A., 30 Mar 2022, In: JBI Evidence Implementation's Bulletin . Issue 1, 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Comment/debateOpen Access
Effectiveness of telehealth versus standard care on health care utilization, health-related quality of life, and well-being in homebound populations: a systematic review protocolPinero de Plaza, M. A., Beleigoli, A., Brown, S., Bulto, L., Gebremichael, L., Nesbitt, K., Tieu, M., Pearson, V., Noonan, S., McMillan, P., Clark, R., Hines, S., Kitson, A., Champion, S., Dafny, H. & Hendriks, J., 1 Nov 2022, In: JBI evidence synthesis. 20, 11, p. 2734-2742 9 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-review