The Potential of Web-based Interventions for Heart Disease Self-Management: A Mixed Methods Investigation

The Potential of Web-based Interventions for Heart Disease Self-Management: A Mixed Methods Investigation

The Potential of Web-based Interventions for Heart Disease Self-Management: A Mixed Methods Investigation

Cicely Kerr 1, PhD;  Elizabeth Murray 1, FRCGP PhD;  Lorraine Noble 2, PhD DipClinPsychol;  Richard Morris 3, PhD;  Christian Bottomley 4, PhD;  Fiona Stevenson 1, PhD;  David Patterson 5, MD FRCP FRSPH;  Richard Peacock 6;  Indra Turner 7;  Keith Jackson 8;  Irwin Nazareth 3, FRCGP PhD

1 E-Health Unit, Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London, London , GB

2 Academic Centre of Medical Education, University College London , London , GB

3 Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College London , London , GB

4 Department of Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine , London , GB

5 The Clinical and Academic Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, Whittington Hospital NHS Trust , London , GB

6 Archway Healthcare Library , London , GB

7 Unaffiliated patient representative , London , GB

8 British Cardiac Patient Association , Nottingham , GB

Corresponding Author:

  • Elizabeth Murray, FRCGP PhD
  • E-Health Unit
  • Department of Primary Care and Population Health
  • University College London
  • Upper Floor 3, Royal Free Hospital
  • Rowland Hill Street
  • London
  • GB
  • Phone: 44 (0)20 78302239
  • Email: elizabeth.murray@ucl.ac.uk