1. Is the full text of the article in English?
 YesProceed to #2
 NoCode X1. STOP
2. Is the article a primary study that presents findings based on original data collection; or a systematic review of primary studies?
 YesProceed to #3
 NoCode X2. Go to #6
3. Does the article evaluate the effectiveness of a targeted consumer health information technology (CHIT) intervention listed below in the PICOTS?
 YesProceed to #4
 NoCode X3. Go to #5
4. Does the study population include non-professional, human/non-robot caregivers of patients with chronic illness or disability, or are caregiver-centered outcomes reported as a primary outcome?
 Yes, adult patientsCode I3/A. STOP
 Yes, child patientsCode I3/C. STOP
 NoCode X4. Go to #6
5. Is the article a primary study or systematic review evaluating the effects of telephony, interactive voice response, or telehealth interventions?
 YesCode I5. STOP
 NoCode X5. Go to #6
6. Is the article possibly useful for background/discussion?Code B. STOP

From: APPENDIX B, INCLUSION/EXCLUSION CRITERIA

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Mobile Applications and Internet-based Approaches for Supporting Non-professional Caregivers: A Systematic Review [Internet].
Dyer EA, Kansagara D, McInnes DK, et al.
Washington (DC): Department of Veterans Affairs; 2012 Nov.

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