Invitation to Participate in Telehealth Delphi Study

  1. Invitation to participate in Delphi study rebtrusiveness of
    home telehealth technologies

    Dear Colleagues,

    We are conducting a study to better understand how home telehealth technologies may be perceived as obtrusive by users (patients, other household residents or health care providers). This information will help us develop a tool to evaluate obtrusiveness in home telehealth technologies. You are being invited to take part in this research study because you are a practitioner or researcher in home health care, gerontology, informatics, telehealth technology and/or smart home technologies. Participation is anonymous. Participants will be asked to respond with their opinions on obtrusiveness in home telehealth technologies in at least three rounds. Only your responses (not your identity) will be shared with other participants in this study. We anticipate that participants will spend between 15 and 20 minutes in each round or approximately 60 minutes total. We will contact you by the email address you provide at the end of Round 1 for invitations for the next rounds. There will be approximately 4-6 weeks in between each round.

    If you are interested in participating in this study, please fill out and submit
    the survey at:


    Brian K. Hensel, PhD, MSPH
    Post-Doctoral Fellow
    Health Management and Informatics
    University of Missouri
    Columbia, Missouri
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