Determinants of Use of the Care Information Exchange Portal: Cross-sectional Study

Steph TewResearch

Sharing electronic health records with patients has been shown to improve patient safety and quality of care. Patient portals represent a convenient tool to enhance patient access to their own health care data. However, the success of portals will only be possible through sustained adoption by its end users: the patients. A better understanding of the characteristics of users and … Read More

Increasing but inadequate intention to receive Covid-19 vaccination over the first 50 days of impact of the more infectious variant and roll-out of vaccination in UK: indicators for public health messaging

Steph TewResearch

To inform critical public health messaging by determining how changes in Covid-19 vaccine hesitancy, attitudes to the priorities for administration, the emergence of new variants and availability of vaccines may affect the trajectory and achievement of herd immunity. To view the original paper click here

Non-face-to-face delivery of an IBD service with PKB

Lloyd Bettell-HigginsResearch

To tackle long waiting times, open access to the IBD service through telephone and email support was offered to all known IBD patients in 2014. This led to the introduction of a web-based patient management portal called Patients Know Best.

The effectiveness and impact of patient-controlled records: A report on PKB

Lloyd Bettell-HigginsResearch

FeaturedNews 9 October 2020 by Gurpreet Sarai This paper is based on our case studies. It explores the impact and effectiveness of PKB and highlights that adoption is superior when professionals and patients collaborate around a central record. Related news/blog posts Transforming the face of traditional dermatology services Improving access to sexual health services Related pages Case Studies PKB in … Read More