Digital Health

Wannheden, C.Stenfors, T.Stenling, A.von Thiele Schwarz, U. (2021) Satisfied or frustrated? A qualitative analysis of need satisfying and need frustrating experiences of engaging with digital health technology in chronic care. Frontiers in Psychology, 8 ,623772

Keenan, J.Rahman, R.Hudson, J. (2021) Exploring the acceptance of telehealth within palliative care: A self‚Äźdetermination theory perspective. Health and Technology, Advance Online

Nicholas, J. C., Ntoumanis, N.Smith, B. J.Quested, E. (2021) Development and feasibility of a mobile phone application designed to support physically inactive employees to increase walking. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 21 ,23

Jedwab, R. M.Hutchinson, A. M.Manias, E., Calvo, R. A. (2021) Nurse motivation, engagement and well-being before an electronic medical record system implementation: A mixed methods study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18 ,2726

Smit, E.S.Dima, A.L.Immerzeel, S.A.M.van den Putte, B. (2017) The Virtual Care Climate Questionnaire: Development and validation of a questionnaire measuring perceived support for autonomy in a virtual care setting. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 19(5) ,e155

Block, R., Niemiec, C. P., Rigby, C. S., Williams, G. C. (2016) Virtual clinician need support, health-behavior change, and its maintenance. Journal of Clinical Lipidology, 10(3) ,667

Lubans, D. R.Smith, J. J.Peralta, L. R.Plotnikoff, R. C (2016) A school-based intervention incorporating smartphone technology to improve health-related fitness among adolescents: rationale and study protocol for the NEAT and ATLAS 2.0 cluster randomised controlled trial and dissemination study. BMJ Open, 6(6) ,e010448

Williams, G. C., Niemiec, C. P.Elliot, A., La Guardia, J. G. (2014) Virtual look AHEAD program: Initial support for a partly virtualized intensive lifestyle intervention in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care, 37 ,169-170

Williams, G. C., Lynch, M. F.Glasgow, R. E. (2007) Computer-assisted intervention improves patient-centered diabetes care by increasing autonomy support. Health Psychology, 26 ,728-734

Nicholas, J. C., Ntoumanis, N.Smith, B. J.Quested, E. (2021) Development and feasibility of a mobile phone application designed to support physically inactive employees to increase walking. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making, 21 ,23

Lubans, D. R.Smith, J. J.Peralta, L. R.Plotnikoff, R. C (2016) A school-based intervention incorporating smartphone technology to improve health-related fitness among adolescents: rationale and study protocol for the NEAT and ATLAS 2.0 cluster randomised controlled trial and dissemination study. BMJ Open, 6(6) ,e010448

Williams, G. C., Niemiec, C. P.Elliot, A., La Guardia, J. G. (2014) Virtual look AHEAD program: Initial support for a partly virtualized intensive lifestyle intervention in type 2 diabetes. Diabetes Care, 37 ,169-170

Williams, G. C., Lynch, M. F.Glasgow, R. E. (2007) Computer-assisted intervention improves patient-centered diabetes care by increasing autonomy support. Health Psychology, 26 ,728-734