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Health-Related Quality of Life in EORTC clinical trials — 30 years of progress from methodological developments to making a real impact on oncology practice

G. Velikova, C. Coens, F. Efficace, E. Greimel, M. Groenvold, C. Johnson, S. Singer, L van de Poll-Franse, T. Young, A. Bottomley
2012 EJC Supplements  
The EORTC Quality of Life Department (QL Department) was founded in 1993 with the support of an EU grant to provide administrative, practical and scientific support to co-operative groups conducting clinical  ...  HRQOL outcome measures have been an integral part of EORTC clinical trials for the last 30 years.  ...  These results will enable clinicians to provide evidence-based information to patients to support decision making. items.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1359-6349(12)70023-x fatcat:zlw77hmsdzcm5a5vikmhnm6g5u

Factors influencing decision support system acceptance

Rania Shibl, Meredith Lawley, Justin Debuse
2013 Decision Support Systems  
The purpose of this research was to develop and explore a UTAUT (Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology) based model of how and why GPs accept DSS.  ...  Depth interviews were conducted with 37 GPs comprising a mix of education backgrounds, experience and gender.  ...  Introduction Decision support systems (DSS) research has been undertaken for over 35 years with such systems proving useful in supporting semi-structured and unstructured problems [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2012.09.018 fatcat:s53nmm4ptbcddfdsagq37ecyze

OUP accepted manuscript

2020 Science and Public Policy  
We discuss the complexity of factors influencing an innovating healthcare system's ability to support the development and uptake of innovations and share practical learning about changes in policy, culture  ...  , and behaviour that could support system improvement.  ...  Office for Life Sciences, and NHS England who were part of a study working group.  ... 
doi:10.1093/scipol/scaa005 fatcat:gpmqfy54ujaepdqfhzbt2uyknm

OUP accepted manuscript

2018 International Journal for Quality in Health Care  
up to a few years ago dominated the action research domain.  ...  Up until a few years ago, the means to ensuring the provision of acceptable quality care to patients were largely reliant on employing good doctors and nurses and much less contingent on having a great  ...  SA Learn system started to take shape in May 2014 165. SA Learn to be promoted as another tool to make MDH work better 166.  ... 
doi:10.1093/intqhc/mzy204 pmid:30247629 fatcat:ntat3c2dffbkzi4uwzocheyqkq

OUP accepted manuscript

2019 Age and Ageing  
Methods: this qualitative study was conducted in Western Switzerland with older people followed in primary care practices and who participated in a trial assessing the effectiveness of a screening and  ...  Conclusions: a geriatric syndrome-screening intervention was well accepted by both patients and physicians.  ...  Thanks also to Céline Braconnier and Fabienne Imhof for transcribing and administrative support. Declaration of Conflicts of Interest: None.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ageing/afz158 fatcat:bvsktcz2zngrbm3nxwwsdw2ppu

OUP accepted manuscript

2018 Annals of Oncology  
Some panellists propose 6-monthly follow-up, whereas others suggest 3-month intervals. Some propose interruption of systematic follow-up at 5 years, while others maintain it beyond 10 years.  ...  In the case of low-grade bone sarcoma, the frequency of follow-up visits may be lower (e.g. 6 months for 2 years and then annually).  ... 
doi:10.1093/annonc/mdy310 pmid:30285218 fatcat:64md7zns5zeyxo45f3pw2z76pi

Acceptability of patient reported outcome measures (PROMs) in a cystic fibrosis data registry

Irushi Ratnayake, Susannah Ahern, Rasa Ruseckaite
2021 BMJ Open Respiratory Research  
generally supported the usefulness and practicality of PROM implementation in the ACFDR.  ...  This study uses qualitative methodology to describe the views of patients with CF, caregivers and clinicians on the usefulness and practicality of incorporating a PROM in the Australian Cystic Fibrosis  ...  [Clinician 5] Necessity of follow-up processes Many participants from all groups expressed that for PROMs to be useful at a population or individual level, effective follow-up systems must be in place  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjresp-2021-000927 pmid:34281916 pmcid:PMC8291302 fatcat:wu6jrer7qvbp7ien5fd45nafku

The acceptability of assistive devices

I. Alakärppä
2002 Gerontechnology  
The sample included thirty-two adults aged 18-80 years. Participants used the menus to perform a sample set of tasks.  ...  Experiment 2 examined two types of support aids: a screen phone and a graphical aid.  ...  A demonstration project of following up elderly persons at home has been developed recently.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2002. fatcat:o2ejtbjcovebvlbl6uq4b6giwe

OUP accepted manuscript

2019 History Workshop Journal  
This shifted with the rise of human rights language and laws in the 1990s, but talk of rights for prisoners was not as comfortable a fit as talk of equivalence of care.  ...  Its inscription into some of the foundational statements of the United Nations (UN) and World Health Organisation (WHO) marked the beginnings of a new way of perceiving healthcare, as ideas of human rights  ...  colleagues on this project at LSHTM, Warwick, and UCD for creating such a supportive postdoctoral environment.  ... 
doi:10.1093/hwj/dbz009 fatcat:2qwbiah7xjhi3ihnapjn247sf4

Acceptance and adoption of the innovative use of smartphone

Yangil Park, Jengchung V. Chen
2007 Industrial management & data systems  
Practical implications -One of the important implications is that organizational factors become a significant predictor of users' attitude toward innovative technologies.  ...  About Emerald Emerald is a global publisher linking research and practice to the benefit of society.  ...  Innovative use of smartphone  ... 
doi:10.1108/02635570710834009 fatcat:ueksulvaife6dhcfjbcaek2rju

Presidential acceptance address

1956 The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association  
We are not in a po- sition to make a decision at this time.  ...  The two are an invincible arm of osteopathic progress. They are a part of osteopathic progress because they support our research and our student loan.  ... 
pmid:13366780 fatcat:u64utwegqrfhfaojfgxmlhkxgi

OUP accepted manuscript

2019 Industrial and Corporate Change  
University-centered entrepreneurial ecosystems (UCEEs) are complex webs of entrepreneurs, researchers, institutional support structures, and the built environment.  ...  In particular, we develop a model of emergent response mechanisms to ecosystem dynamism and munificence, which include coping, learning, and adapting.  ...  This work was supported by The Economic and Social Research Council (grant number ES/J500136/1) and Research  ... 
doi:10.1093/icc/dtz034 fatcat:ukq7mc54efcztj5x755wbsch7y

Designing socially acceptable mHealth technologies for Parkinson's disease self-management

Sylvie Grosjean, Eliza Bate, Tiago Mestre
2020 Finnish Journal of eHealth and eWelfare  
This study proposes that a co-design approach could contribute to the design and development of mHealth that are socially acceptable to PwP, and enable their successful long-term use in the context of  ...  Mobile health (mHealth) technologies for Parkinson's disease management have developed quickly in recent years.  ...  Measurement) Participants: N= 54 PwP -50-80 years of age -Clinical diagnosis of severe idiopathic PD -Exclusion criteria: PwP with cognitive impairments REMPARK System -Wearable sensors (to detect motor  ... 
doi:10.23996/fjhw.95231 fatcat:eebmuzqt7ng4fleoagwa7vucpi

Mils: Business, Legal And Social Acceptance

Christophe Toulemonde, Jacques Brygier, Holger Blasum, Sergey Tverdyshev, Bertrand Leconte, Kevin Müller, Axel Söding - Freiherr von Blomberg, Igor Furgel, Martina Truskaller
2015 Zenodo  
A multistep work has be done to make a quantitative and qualitative analysis of the different markets and understand the potential of exploitation.  ...  All these market deploy embedded systems with high level of security.  ...  decision support systems.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.47301 fatcat:2njeypzu4jfgjaygciloaj4zae

Technology Acceptance in Healthcare: A Systematic Review

Adi A. AlQudah, Mostafa Al-Emran, Khaled Shaalan
2021 Applied Sciences  
This review is believed to enhance our understanding through a number of theoretical contributions and practical implications by unveiling the full potential of technology acceptance in healthcare and  ...  The key findings confirmed that TAM and UTAUT are the most prevailing models in explaining what affects the acceptance of various healthcare technologies through different user groups, settings, and countries  ...  Decision makers need to provide the necessary support for implementing these solutions to help physicians and healthcare professionals in providing many healthcare services (e.g., consultation, follow-up  ... 
doi:10.3390/app112210537 fatcat:txewneset5dhhku737ie7t5o4m
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