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Self-management interventions in patients with long-term conditions: a structured review of approaches to reporting inclusion, assessment, and outcomes in multimorbidity
Exploring the relationship between cognitive illness representations and poor emotional health and their combined association with diabetes self-care. A systematic review with meta-analysis.
Capacity, responsibility, and motivation: a critical qualitative evaluation of patient and practitioner views about barriers to self-management in people with multimorbidity
How does mental-physical multimorbidity express itself in lived time and space? A phenomenological analysis of encounters with depression and chronic physical illness
Does collaborative care improve social functioning in adults with depression? The application of the WHO ICF framework and meta-analysis of outcomes
Managing depression in people with multimorbidity: a qualitative evaluation of an integrated collaborative care model.
Depression and anxiety predict health-related quality of life in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: systematic review and meta-analysis
Is treatment of depression cost-effective in people with diabetes? A systematic review of the economic evidence
Internal dressings for healing perianal abscess cavities
Rethinking capacity building for knowledge mobilisation: Developing multilevel capabilities in healthcare organisations.


Author(s): Kislov R, Waterman H, Harvey G and Boaden, R

Journal: Implementation Science


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Dissemination of Health-Related Research among Scientists in Three Countries: Access to Resources and Current Practices


Author(s): Tabak RG, Reis RS, Wilson P & Brownson RC

Journal: BioMed Research International


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