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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Anna Robinson
Bob Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Dr Sarah Slight
Designing the Optimal Digital Health Intervention for Patients' Use Before and After Elective Orthopedic Surgery: Qualitative Study2021
Anna Robinson
Bob Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Dr Sarah Slight
Digital technology to support lifestyle and health behaviour changes in surgical patients: systematic review2021
Naresh Serou
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Simon Forrest
Bob Slight
Dr Sarah Slight
et al.
Learning from safety incidents in high-reliability organizations: a systematic review of learning tools that could be adapted and used in healthcare2021
Dr Hamde Nazar
Dr Adam Rathbone
Professor Andy Husband
The development of undergraduate pharmacy students as reflective thinkers for the evolving field of pharmacy2021
Dr Adam Rathbone
Dr Adam Todd
Professor Andy Husband
A qualitative study exploring the lived experience of medication use in different disease states: linking the experiences of disease symptoms to medication adherence2020
Anna Robinson
Umay Oksuz
Bob Slight
Dr Sarah Slight
Professor Andy Husband
et al.
Digital and Mobile Technologies to Promote Physical Health Behavior Change and Provide Psychological Support for Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery: Meta-Ethnography and Systematic Review2020
Anna Robinson
Professor Andy Husband
Bob Slight
Dr Sarah Slight
Digital Support for Patients Undergoing Bariatric Surgery: Narrative Review of the Roles and Challenges of Online Forums2020
Anna Robinson
Professor Andy Husband
Bob Slight
Dr Sarah Slight
Digital technology to support lifestyle and health behaviour changes in surgical patients: systematic review2020
Naresh Serou
Dr Sarah Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Professor Simon Forrest
Bob Slight
et al.
Surgical incidents and their impact on operating theatre staff: qualitative study2020
Anna Robinson
Bob Slight
Professor Andy Husband
Dr Sarah Slight
The value of teachable moments in surgical patient care and the supportive role of digital technologies2020
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