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I've been involved in health services research prior to joing KMi.

My background is in Health Psychology and Sociology research and my PhD project reflects this by exploring the impact of information and communication technologies on the health service user and the health service provider, and the delivery of patient care.

Keys: Health Psychology ,health service ,NHS


 

Macintyre, M., Brooks, F., Scott, P., Quick, K. and Taplin, D. (2002) Computer mediated communication as a pathway to participation in policy decision making? Developing a prototype digital discourse forum for nursing professionals, Institute for Health Service Research, Luton University Technical report 508

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Macintyre, M., Brooks, F., Scott, P. and Quick, K. (2002) They question the nurses so much more: Nurses views on online health information, International Journal of Health Care Engineering, 10, 6, pp. 522-524

 

Macintyre, M., Brooks, F., Scott, P., Quick, K. and Taplin, D. (2002) Computer mediated communication as a pathway to participation in policy decision making? Developing a prototype digital discourse forum for nursing professionals, IHSR Technical report 508

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Scott, P., Quick, K., Brooks, F. and Macintyre, M. (2001) Electronically Assisting Communication for Health Professionals: engaging with digital documents, WebNet 2001, Orlando, Florida, USA, AACE Publications

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Brooks, F., Macintyre, M., Quick, K., Scott, P. and Taplin, D. (2001) Reshaping Health Professionals' Communication: Impacts On Local Policy Development And Service Delivery/Patient Care?, E Health a futurescope. The 3rd International Conference on Advances in the Delivery of Healthcare, London, UK

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Brooks, F., Macintyre, M. and Scott, P. (2001) A digital discourse system: A means to make women's health visible, 4th International Australian Women's Health Conference, Adelaide, Austrialia

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Brooks, F., Macintyre, M. and Scott, P. (2000) Exploring the impact of a digital discourse system: a means to make women's health work more visible, 3rd International Women Work and Computerisation Conference, Vancouver, Canada

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Brooks, F., Macintyre, M. and Scott, P. (2000) You've Got Mail: exploring the impacts of computer mediated communication within a healthcare environment, 6th International Qualitative Health Research Conference, Banff, Canada

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