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Self-Management VOICED: outcomes that matter

Results and publications

SMVOICED is engaged in dissemination as the project develops. Research outputs to date include:


Boger, Emma, Ellis, Jaimie, Latter, Sue, Foster, Claire, Kennedy, Anne, Jones, Fiona, Fenerty, Vicky, Kellar, Ian and Demain, Sara (2015) Self-management and self-management support outcomes: a systematic review and mixed research synthesis of stakeholder views. PLoS ONE, 10(7), e0130990. ISSN (online) 1932-6203

Boger, E., Jones, F., Hankins, M.,Latter, S., Kennedy, A., Foster, C., Kellar, I., Ellis, J., Demain, S. (2014) What are the outcomes of self-management that matter to patients, families, health professionals and service commissioners?. PROSPERO 2014:CRD42014007316.


Ellis, J. Presented 'Using a Goffmanian perspective to explore how self-management has affected prof-patient interaction' at BSA MedSoc, York, 8-11 September 2015

Demain, S. Presented ' A qualitative enquiry to investigate which outcomes of self-management matter to patients, family/ carers, health professionals and commissioners' at HSRN Symposium, Nottingham, July 2015

Boger, E. Presented 'Priorities for self-management of long-term conditions in England: a qualitative investigation of commissioners' views' at International Health Conference, Oxford, June 2015

A poster was presented at The Health Services Research Network Symposium July 2014.

'Other' Events and Outputs

Exhibited at Portsmouth's Festival of Ideas, on 3rd April 2014.

SMVOICED featured in a news report in the Southern Daily Echo on 6th February 2014.   


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