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@article{Pourmarzi2020I,
  title={'I.},
  author={Davoud Pourmarzi and Andrew Smirnov and Lisa Hall and Gerard Fitzgerald and Tony Rahman},
  journal={Australian journal of primary health},
  year={2020}
}
Understanding patient-perceived outcomes is crucial for assessing the effectiveness and acceptability of hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment. This study aimed to explore patient-perceived outcomes of receiving direct-acting antivirals (DAAs). This study was a part of a mixed-methods case study of the Prince Charles Hospital program for improving access to HCV treatment in community settings. Data were collected using semi-structured interviews with nine patients who were in different stages of… 
Perceptions of People Living with HIV and HIV Healthcare Providers on Real-Time Measuring and Monitoring of Antiretroviral Adherence Using Ingestible Sensors: A Qualitative Study
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This study evaluated participant and provider responses to DMP, which is a novel technology for real-time measuring and monitoring adherence with the IS, and responses were mixed.
A Family-Focused Intervention for Parental Mental Illness: A Practitioner Perspective
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The findings illuminate the successes and complexities of implementing FFP in a country without a “think family” infrastructure, whilst highlighting a number of important generalisable lessons for the implementation of FT, and other similar interventions, elsewhere.
Community Treatment Orders and Supported Decision-Making
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It is suggested that SDM may contribute to reducing the use of CTOs, encouraging less use of coercive practices, and improving the experience of people who are subject to these orders, through greater respect for their views and preferences.
The Family Talk Programme in Ireland: A Qualitative Analysis of the Experiences of Families With Parental Mental Illness
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This first qualitative analysis of family experiences of FT to be conducted within the context of an RCT and national programme to introduce family-focused practise for families with PMI illustrates that FT is beneficial across cultural/policy contexts, different mental disorders and can be implemented across adult and child mental health settings, including children with existing mental health challenges.
Nurse and Patient's Experiences Regarding the Use of Electronic Informed Consent in Hospital: A Qualitative Study
This study examined the experiences of users regarding their use of electronic informed consent in hospital. A qualitative descriptive study was conducted using focus groups and in-depth interviews
Public Hospital Quality Assessment. Evidence from Greek Health Setting Using SERVQUAL Model
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It became apparent that patients’ expectations as regarding the quality of the provided services were not met and all of the five quality dimensions had a negative gap between patients” expectations and perceptions.
Which patient and doctor behaviours make a medical consultation more effective from a patient point of view. Results from a European multicentre study in 31 countries.
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Treating the patient as a person and providing continuity of care emerged as universal values in European patients' preferences regarding seven aspects of doctor-patient communication.
Covid-19 and Families With Parental Mental Illness: Crisis and Opportunity
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The experiences within this case study highlight unique opportunities to address the multiple stresses of pre-emergency daily living and how mental health services and governments might become more “pandemic ready” to more effectively support vulnerable families.
Self-Perceived Impact of Oral Health on the Quality of Life of Women Deprived of Their Liberty
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A self-perceived impact of oral health on the quality of life of women inmates is revealed, and there is a need to ensure high-quality access to dental treatment in prisons.
Baseline assessment on the quality of interprofessional collaboration among Filipino Mental Health Professionals
Abstract Background Mental health care has recently been a priority health program in the Philippines as evident in the present lobbying of the “Mental Health Act of 2016“. In spite of these
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