Going digital: a narrative overview of the effects, quality and utility of mobile apps in chronic disease self-management

Smartphone health applications (apps) are being increasingly used to assist patients in chronic disease
self-management. The effects of such apps on patient outcomes are uncertain, as are design features that maximise usability and efficacy, and the best methods for evaluating app quality and utility.

Headroom approach to device development: current and future directions

Patient Heterogeneity in Health Economic Decision Models for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease: Are Current Models Suitable to Evaluate Personalized Medicine?

Conducting a multicentre and multinational qualitative study on patient transitions

Barriers and facilitators to shared decision-making in hospitals from policy to practice: a systematic review

Designing Shared Decision-Making Interventions for Dissemination and Sustainment: Can Implementation Science Help Translate Shared Decision Making Into Routine Practice?

A review of methods for addressing components of interventions in meta-analysis

Medication Management Frameworks in the Context of Self-Management: A Scoping Review

Organizational- and system-level characteristics that influence implementation of shared decision-making and strategies to address them — a scoping review

How can we transfer service and policy innovations between health systems?