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Insights into patient voices on digital access to health care.

Hughes, M., Corbin-Clarke, S. and Greensmith, P., 2022. Insights into patient voices on digital access to health care. Journal of Community Nursing, 36 (4), 64-66.

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The Covid-19 pandemic prompted changes in the ways that individuals access healthcare services and accelerated the transition to digital methods of care. For some, this opened doors for easier and more convenient access. For people already experiencing exclusion and marginalisation however, digital access can create additional barriers for accessing health care. NHS Digital (2019) identified several groups as more likely to be digitally excluded:

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Patient Attitudes; Attitude to Health; Life Experiences; Health Services Accessibility -- United Kingdom; Telehealth; COVID-19 Pandemic; National Health Programs; Internet Access; Wound Care -- Methods; Privacy and Confidentiality; Patient Autonomy; Digital Divide; United Kingdom; Quality of Health Care; Poverty; Technology; Healthcare Disparities
Group:Faculty of Health & Social Sciences
ID Code:37882
Deposited By: Symplectic RT2
Deposited On:11 Jan 2023 13:52
Last Modified:11 Jan 2023 13:52


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