Published on in Vol 19, No 1 (2017): January

Personal Health Records: A Systematic Literature Review

Personal Health Records: A Systematic Literature Review

Personal Health Records: A Systematic Literature Review

Journals

  1. Leese J, Macdonald G, Kerr S, Gulka L, Hoens A, Lum W, Tran B, Townsend A, Li L. ‘Adding another spinning plate to an already busy life’.Benefits and risks in patient partner–researcher relationships: a qualitative study of patient partners’ experiences in a Canadian health research setting. BMJ Open 2018;8(8):e022154 View
  2. Howren A, Tsao N, Choi H, Shojania K, Kydd A, Friesen R, Avina-Zubieta J, De Vera M. eHealth-supported decentralized multi-disciplinary care for gout involving rheumatology, pharmacy, and dietetics: proof-of-concept study. Clinical Rheumatology 2020;39(4):1241 View
  3. Lapadat L, Balram A, Cheek J, Canas E, Paquette A, Michalak E. Engaging Youth in the Bipolar Youth Action Project: Community-Based Participatory Research. Journal of Participatory Medicine 2020;12(3):e19475 View