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CareKnowDo: A pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of multichannel support for people with Chronic Kidney Disease

CareKnowDo: A pilot Randomized Controlled Trial of multichannel support for people with Chronic Kidney Disease

Dienstag, 10 September 2019

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is a common, progressive condition. Lifestyle changes and antihypertensive medication can delay progression to Stage 5 (end stage) when transplant or ongoing renal replacement therapy is needed, and is fatal if untreated. However, adherence to these recommendations is often low. Atlantis Healthcare, in collaboration with the UK’s National Health Service (NHS), developed CareKnowDo, an online support tool that provides educational guidance for people with CKD as well as an integrated view of their pre-existing Electronic Health Record, Renal Patient View (PV). CareKnowDo aims to slow decline in kidney function, by helping patients reduce their blood pressure through adherence to medication and lifestyle recommendations.The aim of study was to assess the feasibility of rolling out this support programme in two NHS sites in the UK. The study poster was presented at the 2019 European Health Psychology Society conference in Dubrovik, Croatia. 

“It’s like having a friend in your pocket”: Refining CBT-informed digital support for people with autoimmune conditions

“It’s like having a friend in your pocket”: Refining CBT-informed digital support for people with autoimmune conditions

Mittwoch, 10 April 2019

Mood disorders are common among patients with autoimmune conditions such as Rheumatoid Arthritis and Crohn’s Disease, and is associated with poor medication adherence and limitations to physical, social, and role functioning. Atlantis Healthcare presented a poster at the 2019 CBC Conference in London demonstrating that using electronic delivery of CBT (eCBT) for sub-clinical low mood may be an effective way to promote adaptive coping for physical and emotional aspects of autoimmune disease management.

What drives severe haemophilia patients’ decisions to change treatment?

What drives severe haemophilia patients’ decisions to change treatment?

Freitag, 07 September 2018

Haemophilia patients face many challenges when considering the best treatment for them. Atlantis Healthcare presented at the 2018 European Health Psychology Society conference some new insights into haemophilia patient beliefs about treatment, and the influence these have on treatment decision making.

Treatment Adherence in Type 1 Hereditary Tyrosinaemia (HT1)

Treatment Adherence in Type 1 Hereditary Tyrosinaemia (HT1)

Freitag, 01 Dezember 2017

A mixed-method nvestigation into the beliefs, attitudes and behaviour of adolescent patients, their families and their healthcare team. This paper explores drivers of adherence in rare disease. 

Validating a Web-Based Intervention for Teenagers With Chronic Illness and Their Parents

Validating a Web-Based Intervention for Teenagers With Chronic Illness and Their Parents

Donnerstag, 30 November 2017

Co-creation research with teens living with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis/Paediatric Plaque Psoriasis and their parents examining perceptions of a web-based behaviour change intervention. Presented at the 3rd Digital Behaviour Change Conference 2017, UCL, London.  

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