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Studying scale-up and spread as social practice: Theoretical introduction and empirical case study

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Understanding heart failure; explaining telehealth - A hermeneutic systematic review

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Co-design and implementation research: challenges and solutions for ethics committees

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Telecare Call Centre Work and Ageing in Place

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Designing technologies for social connection with older people

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The day-to-day co-production of ageing in place

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Technology as system innovation: A key informant interview study of the application of the diffusion of innovation model to telecare

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Studying technology use as social practice: The untapped potential of ethnography

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Why do evaluations of eHealth programs fail? An alternative set of guiding principles

Greenhalgh T. and Russell J., (2010), PLoS Medicine, 7