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    • Can Message-Tailoring Based on Regulatory Fit Theory Improve the Efficacy of Persuasive Physical Activity Systems? 

      Sadat Rezai, Leila; Chin, Jessie; Casares Li, Reicelis; He, Fan; Bassett-Gunter, Rebecca; Burns, Catherine (MDPI, 2019-11)
      Background: Many behaviour-change technologies have been designed to help people with a sedentary lifestyle to become more physically active. However, challenges exist in designing systems that work effectively. One of the ...
    • Exploring the role of teams and technology in patients' medication decision making 

      Mercer, Kathryn; Guirguis, Lisa; Burns, Catherine; Chin, Jessie; Dogba, Maman Joyce; Dolovich, Lisa; Guénette, Line; Jenkins, Laurie; Légaré, France; McKinnon, Annette; McMurray, Josephine; Waked, Khrystine; Grindrod, Kelly (Elsevier, 2019-03)
      We know little about how electronic health records (EHRs) should be designed to help patients, pharmacists, and physicians participate in interprofessional shared decision making. We used a qualitative approach to understand ...
    • Physician and Pharmacist Medication Decision-Making in the Time of Electronic Health Records: Mixed-Methods Study 

      Mercer, Kathryn; Burns, Catherine; Guirguis, Lisa; Chin, Jessie; Dogba, Maman Joyce; Dolovich, Lisa; Guénette, Line; Jenkins, Laurie; Légaré, France; McKinnon, Annette; McMurray, Josephine; Waked, Khrystine; Grindrod, Kelly A (JMIR, 2018-07)
      Background: Primary care needs to be patient-centered, integrated, and interprofessional to help patients with complex needs manage the burden of medication-related problems. Considering the growing problem of polypharmacy, ...

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