Rafael Prieto-Moreno

Rafael Prieto-Moreno
Hospital Universitario Virgen de las Nieves · Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Master of Research

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Objective Half of older adults undergoing hip surgery do not recover their previous functional status. mHealth is a promising tool for rehabilitating older adults after hip surgery. This study aimed to test the feasibility of the ActiveHip+ mHealth system in older adults after hip surgery. Methods Sixty-nine older adults who had undergone hip surg...
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Purpose: Hip fracture results in an older person's loss of independence. Limited healthcare resources make mobile Health (mHealth) an alternative. Engaging key stakeholders in health technology development is essential to overcome existing barriers. The aim of this study was to establish perspectives of older adults with hip fracture, family careg...
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Telerehabilitation interventions administered via a smartphone may provide new feasible and effective rehabilitation options at home for patients with hip fracture. However, to date, no such interventions have been shown to be effective in the recovery key health outcomes of these patients. The present multicentre randomized controlled trial (RCT)...
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Introduction Telerehabilitation has emerged in the last decade as a promising alternative to conduct the rehabilitation process at home. However, there are no studies testing the effects of telerehabilitation interventions for patients with hip fracture on quality of life nor psychological factors, whereas the evidence on fitness level is scarce. T...
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Background: There is a knowledge gap for implementing tele-rehabilitation (telerehab) after hip fracture. We recently conducted a clinical trial (ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT02968589) to test a novel online family caregiver-supported rehabilitation program for older adults with hip fracture, called @ctivehip. In this qualitative substudy, ou...
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BACKGROUND Hip fracture has a severe impact on patients’ quality of life, psychological factors and fitness level. Tele-rehabilitation has emerged in the last years as a promising alternative to conduct the rehabilitation process at home. However, there is no studies testing the effects of tele-rehabilitation interventions for patients with hip fra...
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This study aimed to examine the effect of a multidisciplinary tele-rehabilitation program on functional recovery of older adults with hip fracture compared with home-based in-person rehabilitation. In this single-blinded, non-randomized clinical trial, we included older with hip fracture. The tele-rehabilitation group received a 12-week tele-rehabi...
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The New Mobility Score (NMS) is an easy to administer self-report measure of functional ability, and is used worldwide as a hip fracture (HF) score, but a Spanish version does not exist. The aim of the study is to translate NMS into Spanish, and to measure its inter-rater reliability, internal consistency, and concurrent validity in a sample of Spa...

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To provide older adults with hip fracture and their family caregivers with an educational and tele-rehabilitation program delivered through a mHealth system. To help older adults with hip fracture to recover their previous lifestyle. To provide caregivers with information and communication tools to address the existing burden on the recovery process of a hip fracture.