- Attila Altiner, Rostock University
- Carolyn Chew-Graham, Keele University
- Norbert Donner-Banzhoff, University of Marburg
- Mark Harris, University of New South Wales
- Christos Lionis, University of Crete
- Brian McKinstry, Edinburgh University
- Harm van Marwijk, VU University Medical Centre
- Elaine Zhang, BioMed Central
A qualitative study of hypertensive patients in South Africa sheds light not only on the effectiveness and practical utility of SMS-based adherence support, but also the potential impact of SMS-texts interventions embedded in a larger environment of adherence support coupled with tolerance for nonadherence.
A qualitative study of participants of lifestyle intervention programs in
Norwegian Healthy Life Centers indicates that previous negative experiences with accompanied psychological distress can significantly hinder the ability to change.
BMC Family Practice 2015, 16:169
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