Timely Digital Patient-Clinician Communication in Specialist Clinical Services for Young People: A Mixed-Methods Study (The LYNC Study)

@inproceedings{Griffiths2017TimelyDP,
  title={Timely Digital Patient-Clinician Communication in Specialist Clinical Services for Young People: A Mixed-Methods Study (The LYNC Study)},
  author={Frances Griffiths and Carol Bryce and Jonathan Cave and Melina Dritsaki and Joseph Fraser and Kathryn Hamilton and Caroline Huxley and Agnieszka Ignatowicz and Sung Wook Kim and Peter K Kimani and Jason Madan and Anne-Marie Slowther and Mark Sujan and Jackie Sturt},
  booktitle={Journal of medical Internet research},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Young people (aged 16-24 years) with long-term health conditions can disengage from health services, resulting in poor health outcomes, but clinicians in the UK National Health Service (NHS) are using digital communication to try to improve engagement. Evidence of effectiveness of this digital communication is equivocal. There are gaps in evidence as to how it might work, its cost, and ethical and safety issues. OBJECTIVE Our objective was to understand how the use of digital… CONTINUE READING
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