Since 2015, nurses and midwives have published seven scientific guest editorials and articles at the Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth (JISfTeH).
For the WHO 2020 Year of Nurses and Midwives, we are happy and proud to share them again !
Antenatal Exercise Program Using Motion-based Games: A Pilot Study Among Expectant Mothers in Selected Rural Areas in the Philippines Jenica Rivero, Michael Dino (Nurses) and all https://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/JISfTeH/article/view/113
Women as Beneficiaries of Telemedicine and eHealth Services in Peru: Access and Use of ICT for Health Among Female Healthcare Workers in the Area of ePrevention Lady Murrugarra (Nurse) and all
Original Research (not in the Theme Women in eHealth 2015)
A Framework For Person-centred Telehealth Research
Claudia Bartz (Nurse) https://journals.ukzn.ac.za/index.php/JISfTeH/article/view/103
From VIH-TAVIE™ to TAVIE-WOMAN™: Development of a Web-Based Virtual Nursing
Intervention to Meet the Specific Needs of Women Living With HIV.
José Coté (Nurse) and all
Midwives and eHealth
Cadee F, (Midwife) ,Ali S. Guest Editorial, J Int Soc Telemed eHealth 2019;7:e21 1
Securing the Evidence and Theory-based Design of an Online Intervention Designed to Support Midwives in Work-related Psychological Distress
Sally Catherine Pezaro (Midwife)
Childbearing Women’s Perception About the Use of mHealth for Maternal Health
Information in Rural Communities, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
Titilayo Dorothy Odetola,(Nurse)
Also this article authored by international scientists that describes six eHealth projects conducted by midwives in eight countries in 2014 – 2016:
Adopting digital technology in midwifery practice – Experiences and perspectives from six projects in eight countries (2014 – 2016)
Lilia Perez-Chavolla, Véronique Inès Thouvenot, Doina Schimpf, Amélie Moritz
All articles can be found in the three Special issues « Women in eHealth « here :