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Journal of Korean Society of Medical Informatics 2005;11(2):175-188.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.4258/jksmi.2005.11.2.175    Published online June 30, 2005.
Web-Based Program Development for Promotion of Exercise among Chronic Patients
Yun Hee Shin, Sang Kyun Yun
1Department of Nursing, Wonju College of Medicine, Yonsei University, Korea.
2Department of Computer and Telecommunications Engineering, Yonsei University, Korea.
Abstract

OBJECTIVE: This study aimed to develop a web-based exercise program based on a preliminary survey and to evaluate its effect for promotion of exercise among chronic patients.

METHODS: For the preliminary survey, an investigation of internet use among chronic patients and a review of existing 20 exercise-related web-sites were undertaken. The web-site was developed and evaluated by user satisfaction with the site and expert validity. To evaluate the effect of the site, exercise stage and commitment to a plan for exercise were compared before and after using the site.

RESULTS: The content of the web-site included exercise and health, exercise prescription, chronic disease and exercise, and my page. The users rated 3.89 for system, 3.81 for content, and 3.60 for design in the satisfaction with the site. Experts rated 4.62 for feedback and privacy, 4.31 for purpose, 4.23 for authorship, 3.76 for content, 3.71 for design, 3.62 for functionality in the evaluation of the site. The commitment to a plan for exercise after using the site was significantly higher than that before using it.

CONCLUSION: This site can be facilitated to enhance physical activity for chronic patients and further effort to continuously use and revise the site is recommended.

Key Words: Web, Exercise, Program, Chronic, Patient
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