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posted on 17.06.2022, 13:11 authored by Holly SaronHolly Saron, Bernie CarterBernie Carter

A poster presented at the RCPCH Conference focussing on the qualitative work package associated with the DETECT study (NIHR i4i funded).


Research question: What are the experiences and perceptions of health professional about the acceptability and clinical utility of the DETECT e-PEWS app and what factors influence this?


Design: A qualitative study using telephone interviews with health professionals with experience of using DETECT e-PEWS to record or respond to vital signs


Findings: Three major themes reflect how health professionals engaged with the e-PEWS. 


1) Complying

2) Circumventing

3) Disregarding 


Acceptability was examined using the Theoretical Framework of Acceptability (Sekhon et al., 2018)



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NIHR i4i II-LA-0216-20002

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