Factors affecting front line staff acceptance of telehealth technologies: a mixed-method systematic review.

@article{Brewster2014FactorsAF,
  title={Factors affecting front line staff acceptance of telehealth technologies: a mixed-method systematic review.},
  author={Liz Brewster and Gail A. Mountain and Bridgette Wessels and Ciara Kelly and Mark Hawley},
  journal={Journal of advanced nursing},
  year={2014},
  volume={70 1},
  pages={21-33}
}
AIM To synthesize qualitative and quantitative evidence of front-line staff acceptance of the use of telehealth technologies for the management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease and Chronic Heart Failure. BACKGROUND The implementation of telehealth at scale is a governmental priority in countries including the UK, USA and Canada, but little research has been conducted to analyse the impact of implementation on front-line nursing staff. DATA SOURCES Six relevant data bases were… CONTINUE READING

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