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Measuring patient activation: the utility of the patient activation measure within a UK context: results from four exemplar studies and potential future applications. (2016)
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ROBERTS, N.J., KIDD, L., DOUGALL, N., PATEL, I.S., MCNARRY, S. and NIXON, C. 2016. Measuring patient activation: the utility of the patient activation measure within a UK context: results from four exemplar studies and potential future applications. Patient education and counseling [online], 99(10), pages 1739-1746. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pec.2016.05.006

Objective: Patient activation can be measured using the Patient Activation Measure (PAM) developed by Hibbard et al., however, little is known about the uses of the PAM in research and in practice. This study aims to explore its differing utility in... Read More about Measuring patient activation: the utility of the patient activation measure within a UK context: results from four exemplar studies and potential future applications..

Is referral of postsurgical colorectal cancer survivors to cardiac rehabilitation feasible and acceptable? A pragmatic pilot randomised controlled trial with embedded qualitative study. (2016)
Journal Article
HUBBARD, G., ADAMS, R., CAMPBELL, A., KIDD, L., LESLIE, S.J., MUNRO, J. and WATSON, A. 2016. Is referral of postsurgical colorectal cancer survivors to cardiac rehabilitation feasible and acceptable? A pragmatic pilot randomised controlled trial with embedded qualitative study. BMJ open [online], 6(1), e009284. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009284

Objectives: (1) Assess whether cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is a feasible and acceptable model of rehabilitation for postsurgical colorectal cancer (CRC) survivors, (2) evaluate trial procedures. This article reports the results of the first objective... Read More about Is referral of postsurgical colorectal cancer survivors to cardiac rehabilitation feasible and acceptable? A pragmatic pilot randomised controlled trial with embedded qualitative study..