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SAPC ASM 2020 - cancelled due to pandemic - Talk Abstracts
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Attributes of clinical guidelines and association with uptake: a systematic review
Are new ways of working in primary care sustainable? Assessing policy interventions using Normalisation Process Theory
In general practice, is it possible for patients to participate in research before even entering the consultation room? The Automated Check-in Data Collection Study or the ‘AC DC Study’
How to measure the strengthening of primary care?
Understanding the management of common infections in out-of-hours primary care
COVID-19 surveillance - Extending the national PHE-RCGP-Oxford Primary Care influenza surveillance with rapid system-wide informatics and deployment
Awareness and use of online appointment booking in general practice: analysis of GP Patient Survey data
Our safety blind-spots when using digital health interventions
A qualitative exploration of patients’ needs and expectations regarding online access to their primary care record
The Consultation Open and Close Study: developing a generic pre-consultation form for use in primary care.
The Readability of GP Surgery Websites
The development and deployment of an interactive digital health intervention to aid diagnosis and management of sexual dysfunction problems and underlying cardiovascular disease
The Online Booking Experience study: Early findings from a qualitative interview study.
What patients choose and how GPs respond in online consultations with askmyGP
Improving communication to GPs at hospital discharge: a systems approach
The digital health divide: how do patients with chronic disease and socioeconomic disadvantage experience and access digital health?
How do you maximise acceptance of novel heath care technological solutions to diagnosing and managing health conditions such as virtual reality or non-invasive glucose monitors? A mixed methods study from GW4-Path
We’ve Got Your Back! A proof of concept innovative methodology for participant recruitment, real time data collection and data enrichment through the combination of Digital Patient Generated Data and linked health records
The impact of implementing digital health tools in primary care on clinician-patient communication and relationships: Findings from the DECODE study
Exploring the implementation and utilisation of an electronic pharmacy referral service at hospital discharge: Early findings from a qualitative evaluation.