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Fairbrother, P., Pinnock, H., Hanley, J., McCloughan, L., Sheikh, A., Pagliari, C. & McKinstry, B. (2011). Continuity, but at what cost? The impact of telemonitoring COPD on continuities of care: a qualitative study. Primary Care Respiratory Journal. 21(3), 322-328. doi:10.4104/pcrj.2012.00068. ISSN 1471-4418
Background: Continuity of care is widely regarded as an important marker of quality in the management of patients with long-term
conditions. New services that integrate telemo...
Ure, J., Rakebrandt, F., Lloyd, S., Khanban, A., Procter, R., Anderson, S., …Corscadden, P. (2009). Giving Them Something to Hate: Using Prototypes as a Vehicle for Early Engagement in Virtual Organizations. Social Science Computer Review, 27(4), (569-582). doi:10.1177/0894439309332664. ISSN 0894-4393
There are recognized problems in the course of requirements analysis and design for heterogeneous, distributed, and dynamic systems. These are particularly evident where the c...
Hagen, S., Hanley, J., & Capewell, A. (2001). Test-retest reliability, validity, and sensitivity to change of the urogenital distress inventory and the incontinence impact questionnaire. Neurourology and Urodynamics, 21(6), (534-539). doi:10.1002/nau.10075. ISSN 0733-2467
To evaluate two quality of life measures for urinary incontinence (UI) in Scottish females.
Three groups with UI from two regions in Scotland were studied. ...
Hanley, J., Capewell, A., & Hagen, S. (2001). Validity study of the severity index, a simple measure of urinary incontinence in women. BMJ, 322(7294), 1096-1097. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.322.7294.1096
A severity index that diagnoses urinary incontinence as slight, moderate, or severe appears to be effective, according to a study of 237 women. The index is based on how frequ...