New approaches

Oral presentations in the theme ‘new approaches’ are now available to watch. Leave a comment below to join the discussion.

The Positive Impact of Medic Bleep, An Asynchronous Communication Platform Versus Existing Communication Methods: An Observational Study

Meenakshi Jhala

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Video clinics versus standard face-to-face appointments for liver transplant patients in routine hospital outpatient care: a feasibility study of myVideoClinic

Janet Jones

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Implementing remote measurement technology in clinical pathways for depression, epilepsy and MS: Results from a large-scale survey of clinicians in primary and secondary care

Jacob Andrews

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Feasibility, usability and acceptability of a gamified strength and balance training and healthy ageing platform (Keep-On-Keep-Up) for older adults living in the community

Emma Stanmore

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The Online Booking Experience study: Early findings from a qualitative interview study.

Abi Eccles

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Awareness and use of online appointment booking in general practice: analysis of GP Patient Survey data

Mayam Gomez Cano

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Mental capacity assessment in care homes: could the MCAST facilitate practice?

Mark Jayes

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Emergency Admission Risk Prediction (EARP) tools in primary care to reduce emergency admissions to hospital: the gap between evidence and practice

Alison Porter

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How does health information technology impact on patients and staff within urgent hospital care pathways?

Katharine Abba

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Nice, very rich session Thank you

I have a question for the presenter of "How does health information technology impact on patients and staff within urgent hospital care pathways?". Thank you for this great presentation! I'm wondering if you can share with us the types of HIT that were examined in this research? Did you find that some types of HIT were more beneficial than others? Did you find that some types of HIT produced more unintended adverse consequences than others? Thank you!