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Publications

Journal Articles

Klein, B. / Künemund, H. / Merkel, Sebastian / Wahl, H.-W.
2018: From user integration to usage: recent findings and evidence from Germany. In: Gerontotechnology: official journal of the International Society of Gerontotechnology 17, supplement, p. 34-38 Weblink


Merkel, Sebastian / Kucharski, Alexander
2018: Participatory design in gerontotechnology: a systematic literature review. In: The gerontologist, special issue, May 19, 2018, p. 1-10 Weblink


Merkel, Sebastian / Enste Peter
2016: Technology acceptance of elderly users and social inequalities: results of a qualitative study. In: Gerontotechnology: international journal of the fundamental aspects of technology to serve the ageing society 15, supplement p. 49 PDF


Merkel, Sebastian / Eikermann, Michaela / Neugebauer, Edmund A. / Bandemer, Stephan von
2015: The transcatheter aortic valve implementation (TAVI) — a qualitative approach to the implementation and diffusion of a minimally invasive surgical procedure. In: Implementation science, no. 10, 20 p. Weblink


Bandemer, Stephan von / Merkel, Sebastian / Nimako-Doffour, Anna / Weber, Mattias M.
2014: Diabetes and atrial fibrillation: stratification and prevention of stroke risks. In: The EPMA journal 5, no. 17, 6 p. Weblink


Bernard, M. M. / Breipohl, Winrich / Enste, Peter / Hilbert, Josef / Merkel, Sebastian et al.
2014: Promoting mobility, autonomy and cognitive skills using integrated multiplayer solutions. In: Gerontechnology 13, no. 2, 1 p. PDF


Kluska, Denise / Merkel, Sebastian / Romanowski, Sascha
2012: Health goes Facebook: soziale Online-Netzwerke im Gesundheitswesen. In: mt - Medizintechnik, Nr. 2, S. 71-73 Weblink


Kluska, Denise / Merkel, Sebastian / Romanowski, Sascha
2011: Health goes facebook: der Einfluss von social media auf Patienten und Patientinnen. In: pro familia magazin 39, Nr. 4, S. 13-14


Enste, Peter / Hilbert, Josef / Merkel, Sebastian
2011: Preventive behavoir and social inequalities in Germany: a cohort-based study of middle-aged people. In: The Journal of Human Studies of Institute for Human Studies in Kyungnam University, no. 12, p. 211-237