Published on in Vol 10, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10665, first published .
Involving Citizen-Patients in the Development of Telehealth Services: Qualitative Study of Experts’ and Citizen-Patients’ Perspectives

Involving Citizen-Patients in the Development of Telehealth Services: Qualitative Study of Experts’ and Citizen-Patients’ Perspectives

Involving Citizen-Patients in the Development of Telehealth Services: Qualitative Study of Experts’ and Citizen-Patients’ Perspectives

Journals

  1. Bjerkan J, Kane B, Uhrenfeldt L, Veie M, Fossum M. Citizen-Patient Involvement in the Development of mHealth Technology: Protocol for a Systematic Scoping Review. JMIR Research Protocols 2020;9(8):e16781 View
  2. Alami H, Gagnon M, Côté A, Kostović C, Ag Ahmed M, Samri M, Fortin J. Au-delà de l’évaluation des bénéfices : réflexion sur les conséquences inattendues de la télésanté. Ethics, Medicine and Public Health 2020;15:100596 View
  3. Fellenor J, Britten N, Courtenay M, Payne R, Valderas J, Denholm R, Duncan P, McCahon D, Tatnell L, Fitzgerald R, Warmoth K, Gillespie D, Turner K, Watson M. A multi-stakeholder approach to the co-production of the research agenda for medicines optimisation. BMC Health Services Research 2021;21(1) View
  4. Niang M, Dupéré S, Alami H, Gagnon M. Why is repositioning public health innovation towards a social paradigm necessary? A reflection on the field of public health through the examples of Ebola and Covid-19. Globalization and Health 2021;17(1) View
  5. Suutari A, Thor J, Nordin A, Kjellström S, Areskoug Josefsson K. Improving Health for People Living With Heart Failure: Focus Group Study of Preconditions for Co-Production of Health and Care. Journal of Participatory Medicine 2021;13(2):e27125 View