E-health Assignment Solution

I need a research paper about topic listed below. All the references are listed below.


 E-Health

 Use these References (Sibler, 2003) Moumtzoglou (2011) .

Wickramasinghe, Geisler, and Schaffer (2005) Wickramasinghe and

Schaffer (2010)

o E-health Advantages

o The Barriers and Limitations of E-health

 Cost the high cost of e-health technologies

 The complexity in the adoption of e-health applications

 Privacy and security concerns in e-health application

 Internet use in Australia

o Internet statistic

o Current State of the internet in Australia

 ADHD adults  No Need to talk about it

o Use these References ((Pope, 2010), Barkley, 2008; Purdy, 2011 (DuPaul et

al., 2009; Rabiner, 2008; Weyandt, 2006 (Barkley, 2012) Barkley (2006);

Barkley (1998)

o Symptoms

 Impulsivity

 Hyperactivity

 Inattention

o Executive Functions and Adult with ADHD (relationship between ADHD and

Executive functions, is ADHD an executive function disorder)

o Different between Barkley Executive functions and Thomas Brown Executive

Function Model. ( N.B Brown Model fit in my research better because of the

inhabitation and working memory)

o Barkley (2006); Barkley (1998) divided executive functions into four areas,

also known as Barkley’s model, as follow:

 Self-awareness

 Inhibition

 Non-Verbal Working Memory

 Verbal Working Memory

 Emotional Self-Regulation

 Self- motivation.

 Planning and Problem Solving

o Brown (2006) introduced a more clinical-based executive functions model. He

categorised executive functions into six clusters.) This includes:

 Activation: Organising, prioritising and activating to work.

 Focus: Focusing, sustaining, and shifting attention to tasks.

 Effort: Regulating alertness, sustaining effort, and processing speed.

 Emotion: Managing frustration and regulating emotions.

 Memory: Utilising working memory and accessing recall.

 Action: Monitoring and self-regulating action.

o ADHD Treatment

 Psychotherapy What is therapy and issues with Therapy and ADHD in


 Neurofeedback therapy ( What is neurofeedback and advantage

and disadvantages related to adults with ADHD)

 Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT (Ramsay, 2007) ( What is

CBT and advantage and disadvantages related to adults with


 Working Memory Training WMT For ADHD ( What is WMT

and advantage and disadvantages related to adults with


 Psychoeducation (define psychoeducation and its befits and

disadvantages for adults with ADHD)

 Coaching (define Coaching and its befits and disadvantages for adults

with ADHD)

 (N.B a paragraph or a table showing the different between therapy,

psychoeducation and coaching in mental health in general)

 (using the above treatment approaches with focus on Executive

Functions and how improving the issues with executive function will

improve ADHD symptoms )

o Technologies in ADHD Treatment

 Type of Technology in each approach mentioned earlier.

 Assistive Technology used in the treatment of ADHD. Table below is an

example of it.


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