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Barriers and facilitators for implementation of electronic consultations (eConsult) to enhance access to specialist care: a scoping review.Download
Osman, Mohamed A., Schick-Makaroff, Kara, Thomas, Stephanie, Bialy, Liza, Featherstone, Robin, Kurzawa, Julia, Zaidi, Deenaz, Okpechi, Ikechi, Habib, Syed, Shojai, Soroush, Jindal, Kailash, Braam, Branko, Keely, Erin, Liddy, Clare, Manns, Braden, Tonelli, Macello, Hemmelgarn, Brenda, Klarenbach, Scott, Bello, Aminu K.
Introduction: Electronic consultation (eConsult)-provider-to-provider electronic asynchronous exchanges of patient health information at a distance-is emerging as a potential tool to improve the interface between primary care providers and specialists. Despite growing evidence that eConsult has...
Barriers and facilitators for implementation of electronic consultations (eConsult) to enhance specialist access to care: a scoping review protocol.Download
Osman, Mohamed A., Schick-Makaroff, Kara, Thompson, Stephanie, Featherstone, Robin, Bialy, Liza, Kurzawa, Julia, Okpechi, Ikechi G., Habib, Syed, Shojai, Soroush, Jindal, Kailash, Klarenbach, Scott, Bello, Aminu K.
Introduction: Electronic consultations (eConsult), asynchronous exchanges of patient health information at a distance, are increasingly used as an option to facilitate patient care and collaboration between primary care providers and specialists. Although eConsult has demonstrated success in...
Chinese Hospitalized Cardiovascular Patients’ Attitudes Towards Self-Management: A Qualitative StudyDownload
Purpose: This study is aiming to investigate cardiovascular patients’ attitudes towards selfmanagement during hospitalization in China. Patients and Methods: Twenty-nine individuals living with cardiovascular disease from one designated Cardiology Department in Hangzhou, China, were recruited...
Design and introduction of a quality of life assessment and practice support system: perspectives from palliative care settingsDownload
Sawatzky, Richard, Laforest, Esther, Schick-Makaroff, Kara, Stajduhar, Kelli, Reimer-Kirkham, Sheryl, Krawczyk, Marian, Öhlén, Joakim, McLeod, Barbara, Hilliard, Neil, Tayler, Carolyn, Cohen, S. Robin
Background: Quality of life (QOL) assessment instruments, including patient-reported outcome measures (PROMs) and patient-reported experience measures (PREMs), are increasingly promoted as a means of enabling clinicians to enhance person-centered care. However, integration of these instruments...
Developing an Initial Program Theory to Explain How Patient-Reported Outcomes Are Used in Health Care Settings: Methodological Process and Lessons LearnedDownload
A central aspect of any theory-driven realist investigation (synthesis or evaluation) is to develop an initial program theory (IPT). An IPT can be used to frame and understand how, for whom, why, and under what contexts complex interventions work or not. Despite well-established evidence that...
Evaluation of real-time use of electronic patient-reported outcome data by nurses with patients in home dialysis clinicsDownload
Background: Internationally, the use of patient-reported outcomes (PROs) is increasing. Electronic PROs (ePROs) offer immediate access of such reports to healthcare providers. The objectives of this study were to assess nurses’ perspectives on the usefulness and impact of ePRO administration in...
Purpose of Review: Patient engagement in research is increasingly recognized as an important component of the research process and may facilitate translation of research findings. To heighten awareness on this important topic, this review presents opportunities and challenges of patient...
Background Mobile devices are increasingly being used for data collection in research. However, many researchers do not have experience in collecting data electronically. Hence, the purpose of this short report was to identify issues that emerged in a study that incorporated electronic capture of...