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The objective of most Delphi studies is the reliable and creative exploration of ideas or the production of sustainable information for decision making. The Delphi method is a structured process of collecting and distilling knowledge from a panel of experts by means of questionnaires interspersed with controlled opinion feedback [1]. Delphi studies employ(More)
Based on Cohen's [4] model of traditional teams, the effectiveness of members of six virtual teams were investigated. Case studies in three different industries were conducted. Thirty-nine team members, along with the teams' manager/sponsor, were interviewed. Previously published analysis of this data [18]investigated patterns between various team input(More)
BACKGROUND The challenge of understanding factors influencing compliance with injectable treatments is critical as injectable biologics/medications become more common. OBJECTIVE Understanding compliance issues for long term self-injectable treatments, using a chronic condition (osteoporosis) as a model. RESEARCH DESIGN A qualitative study to generate(More)
BACKGROUND This study evaluated the measurement properties of a newly developed instrument - the Self-Management Profile for Type 2 Diabetes (SMP-T2D). METHODS The 18-item SMP-T2D assesses 12 constructs: level and perceived ease of performance in five self-care domains (blood glucose monitoring, medication-taking, healthy eating, being physically active,(More)