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Improving health outcome for young people with long term conditions: the role of digital communication in current and future patient-clinician communication for NHS providers of specialist clinical services (The LYNCs study)

Project title: Improving health outcome for young people with long term conditions: the role of digital communication in current and future patient-clinician communication for NHS providers of specialist clinical services (The LYNCs study)

Call to action: 12/209 12/209 HS&DR Researcher Led

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Frances GriffithsORCID logoorcid.org/0000-0002-4173-1438

Lead Author: Professor Frances Griffiths

Contractor: University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire NHS Trust

Cost: £814,538.00

Co-investigators: Associate Professor Mark-Alexander Sujan, Associate Professor Moli Paul, Dr Anne-Marie Slowther, Dr Helen Atherton, Dr Jack Barker, Dr Jonathan Cave, Dr Paul Sutcliffe, Dr Sailesh Sankaranarayanan, Dr Tom Palmer, Mr Joseph Fraser, Mr Luhanga Musumadi, Mr Peter Dowdall, Ms Harjit Matharu, Professor Jackie Sturt, Professor Jason Madan.

Started: May 2014 | Status: Published February 2018

Young people with long-term conditions and health professionals value digital consulting for improved health-care access and engagement, but express concerns about cost, ethics and patient safety.

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