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“It’s the Attraction of Winning That Draws You in”—A Qualitative Investigation of Reasons and Facilitators for Videogame Loot Box Engagement in UK Gamers
This qualitative study investigated motivations for buying loot boxes, through in-depth interviews with 28 gamers from across the UK, finding that certain motivations were disproportionately endorsed by participants with symptoms of problematic gambling.
Understanding students’ experiences of professionalism learning: a ‘threshold’ approach
ABSTRACT Professionalism is a core element of curricula in many disciplines but can be difficult to teach and learn. This study used audio-diary methodology to identify professionalism threshold…
Collaborative action for person-centred coordinated care (P3C): an approach to support the development of a comprehensive system-wide solution to fragmented care
This paper presents an approach to the implementation of P3C using collaborative action, providing examples of early developments across this programme of work, the core aim of which is to accelerate the spread and adoption of person-centred coordinated care in United Kingdom primary care settings.
Patient-Reported Measures for Person-Centered Coordinated Care: A Comparative Domain Map and Web-Based Compendium for Supporting Policy Development and Implementation
A detailed compendium of P3C-PRMs has been developed using a pragmatic systematic approach supported by stakeholder engagement, thereby providing evidence of their content validity as outcome measures for new models of care.
The potential and pitfalls of narrative elicitation in person‐centred care
- Öncel Naldemirci, N. Britten, H. Lloyd, A. Wolf
- Political Science, MedicineHealth expectations : an international journal of…
- 19 November 2019
How narrative elicitation is actually used in person‐centred care practice and in which ways it is incorporated into clinical routine is studied.
Codesigning a Measure of Person-Centred Coordinated Care to Capture the Experience of the Patient
- T. Sugavanam, Ben Fosh, James Close, R. Byng, J. Horrell, H. Lloyd
- MedicineJournal of patient experience
- 17 January 2018
Due to a dearth of brief measures available to capture people’s experience of P3C for routine practice, an existing measure was modified using an iterative process of adaption and validation through codesign workshops.
Loot boxes, problem gambling and problem video gaming: A systematic review and meta-synthesis
- S. Spicer, L. Nicklin, M. Uther, Joanne Lloyd, H. Lloyd, James Close
- BusinessNew Media Soc.
- 17 July 2021
Loot boxes (LBs) are video game-related purchases with a chance-based outcome. Due to similarities with gambling, they have come under increasing scrutiny from media, academics and policymakers…
Supporting Innovative Person-Centred Care in Financially Constrained Environments: The WE CARE Exploratory Health Laboratory Evaluation Strategy
- H. Lloyd, I. Ekman, N. Britten
- Political ScienceInternational journal of environmental research…
- 28 April 2020
The key approach and essential criteria necessary to evaluate initial testing, and on-going large-scale implementation with a core set of accompanying methods (metrics, models, and measurements) are defined.
Validation of the person-centred coordinated care experience questionnaire (P3CEQ)
- H. Lloyd, Ben Fosh, B. Whalley, R. Byng, James Close
- Medicine, PsychologyInternational journal for quality in health care…
- 1 December 2018
The psychometric properties of a newly developed PREM are presented to evaluate P3C from a patient perspective and are considered to have strong face, construct and ecological validity, with demonstrable sensitivity to change in a primary healthcare intervention.
Terms of engagement for working with patients in a person-centred partnership: A secondary analysis of qualitative data.
- Debra Westlake, I. Ekman, N. Britten, H. Lloyd
- Medicine, Political ScienceHealth & social care in the community
- 6 May 2021
The results show that engagement in a care partnership is achieved through trust and a patient's sense of candidacy, which has the potential to explain patient engagement in PCC and a range of other service interventions, treatments and intervention research.