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Community pharmacists’ views of the use of oral rehydration salt in Nigeria

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Oyetunde O. and Williams V., (2018), International journal of clinical pharmacy, 40, 659 - 667

“I just know”: exploring self-knowledge in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

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Williams V. and Ryan S., (2017), Palgrave communications, 3, 17089 - 17089

VIEWPOINT: What counts as online patient feedback, and for whom?

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Dudhwala F. et al, (2017), Digit health, 3

Issues of collaboration, representation, meaning and emotions: utilising participant-led visual diaries to capture the everyday lives of people in mid to later life

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Pilcher K. et al, (2016), International journal of social research methodology, 19, 677 - 692

'The little things count': Delivering dignified care

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Williams V. et al, (2016), Nursing times, 112, 28 - 29

'It's the little things that count': Healthcare professionals' views on delivering dignified care: A qualitative study

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Williams V. et al, (2016), Journal of advanced nursing, 72, 782 - 790

Digital health citizens and the future of the NHS.

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Powell J. et al, (2016), Digit health, 2

Review: Patients’ experiences of home enteral tube feeding (HETF) – a qualitative study

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Williams V., (2015), Journal of research in nursing, 20

Patient's experience of identifying and managing exacerbations in COPD: A qualitative study

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Williams V. et al, (2014), Npj primary care respiratory medicine, 24

PATIENTS' EXPERIENCE OF IDENTIFYING AND MANAGING EXACERBATIONS IN CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE - A QUALITATIVE STUDY

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Williams V. et al, (2014), Journal of epidemiology and community health, 68, A20 - A20

Using a mobile health application to support self-management in COPD: A qualitative study

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Williams V. et al, (2014), British journal of general practice, 64

Using A Mobile Health Application To Support Self-Management In COPD - A Cohort Feasibility Study

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Hardinge FM. et al, (2014), American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine, 189

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