Published on in Vol 18, No 6 (2016): Jun

Being Human: A Qualitative Interview Study Exploring Why a Telehealth Intervention for Management of Chronic Conditions Had a Modest Effect

Being Human: A Qualitative Interview Study Exploring Why a Telehealth Intervention for Management of Chronic Conditions Had a Modest Effect

Being Human: A Qualitative Interview Study Exploring Why a Telehealth Intervention for Management of Chronic Conditions Had a Modest Effect

Journals

  1. Griffiths F, Armoiry X, Atherton H, Bryce C, Buckle A, Cave J, Court R, Hamilton K, Dliwayo T, Dritsaki M, Elder P, Forjaz V, Fraser J, Goodwin R, Huxley C, Ignatowicz A, Karasouli E, Kim S, Kimani P, Madan J, Matharu H, May M, Musumadi L, Paul M, Raut G, Sankaranarayanan S, Slowther A, Sujan M, Sutcliffe P, Svahnstrom I, Taggart F, Uddin A, Verran A, Walker L, Sturt J. The role of digital communication in patient–clinician communication for NHS providers of specialist clinical services for young people [the Long-term conditions Young people Networked Communication (LYNC) study]: a mixed-methods study. Health Services and Delivery Research 2018;6(9):1 View
  2. Kadesjö Banck J, Bernhardsson S. Experiences from implementation of internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy for insomnia in psychiatric health care: a qualitative study applying the NASSS framework. BMC Health Services Research 2020;20(1) View
  3. Scott Duncan T, Riggare S, Koch S, Sharp L, Hägglund M. From Information Seekers to Innovators: Qualitative Analysis Describing Experiences of the Second Generation of E-Patients. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2019;21(8):e13022 View
  4. Salisbury C, O’Cathain A, Thomas C, Edwards L, Montgomery A, Hollinghurst S, Large S, Nicholl J, Pope C, Rogers A, Lewis G, Fahey T, Yardley L, Brownsell S, Dixon P, Drabble S, Esmonde L, Foster A, Garner K, Gaunt D, Horspool K, Man M, Rowsell A, Segar J. An evidence-based approach to the use of telehealth in long-term health conditions: development of an intervention and evaluation through pragmatic randomised controlled trials in patients with depression or raised cardiovascular risk. Programme Grants for Applied Research 2017;5(1):1 View
  5. Lundgren J, Johansson P, Jaarsma T, Andersson G, Kärner Köhler A. Patient Experiences of Web-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Heart Failure and Depression: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2018;20(9):e10302 View
  6. Drabble S, O'Cathain A, Scott A, Arden M, Keating S, Hutchings M, Maguire C, Wildman M. Mechanisms of Action of a Web-Based Intervention With Health Professional Support to Increase Adherence to Nebulizer Treatments in Adults With Cystic Fibrosis: Qualitative Interview Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e16782 View
  7. Dobkin B. A Rehabilitation-Internet-of-Things in the Home to Augment Motor Skills and Exercise Training. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair 2017;31(3):217 View
  8. Johnston M, Arora S, King D, Darzi A. Improving the Quality of Ward-based Surgical Care With a Human Factors Intervention Bundle. Annals of Surgery 2018;267(1):73 View
  9. Griffiths F, Bryce C, Cave J, Dritsaki M, Fraser J, Hamilton K, Huxley C, Ignatowicz A, Kim S, Kimani P, Madan J, Slowther A, Sujan M, Sturt J. Timely Digital Patient-Clinician Communication in Specialist Clinical Services for Young People: A Mixed-Methods Study (The LYNC Study). Journal of Medical Internet Research 2017;19(4):e102 View
  10. Hind D, Drabble S, Arden M, Mandefield L, Waterhouse S, Maguire C, Cantrill H, Robinson L, Beever D, Scott A, Keating S, Hutchings M, Bradley J, Nightingale J, Allenby M, Dewar J, Whelan P, Ainsworth J, Walters S, Wildman M, O'Cathain A. Feasibility study for supporting medication adherence for adults with cystic fibrosis: mixed-methods process evaluation. BMJ Open 2020;10(10):e039089 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Mays N, Pope C. Qualitative Research in Health Care. View
  2. O'Cathain A. Qualitative Research in Health Care. View