Katherine Easton
Katherine Easton
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Nurse education: Factors associated with attrition
S Pryjmachuk, K Easton, A Littlewood
Journal of Advanced Nursing 65 (1), 149-160, 2009
2952009
Prevalence and measurement of anxiety in samples of patients with heart failure: meta-analysis
K Easton, P Coventry, K Lovell, LA Carter, C Deaton
The Journal of cardiovascular nursing 31 (4), 367, 2016
852016
Identifying research priorities for digital technology in mental health care: results of the James Lind Alliance Priority Setting Partnership
C Hollis, S Sampson, L Simons, EB Davies, R Churchill, V Betton, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 5 (10), 845-854, 2018
532018
You can’t get anything perfect:“User perspectives on the delivery of cognitive behavioural therapy by telephone”
PE Bee, K Lovell, N Lidbetter, K Easton, L Gask
Social Science & Medicine 71 (7), 1308-1315, 2010
522010
Service users’ experiences of ‘as needed’psychotropic medications in acute mental healthcare settings
JA Baker, K Lovell, K Easton, N Harris
Journal of Advanced Nursing 56 (4), 354-362, 2006
432006
Reducing risk of type 2 diabetes after gestational diabetes: a qualitative study to explore the potential of technology in primary care
B McMillan, K Easton, E Goyder, B Delaney, P Madhuvrata, R Abdelgalil, ...
British Journal of General Practice 68 (669), e260-e267, 2018
122018
A virtual agent to support individuals living with physical and mental comorbidities: co-design and acceptability testing
K Easton, S Potter, R Bec, M Bennion, H Christensen, C Grindell, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (5), e12996, 2019
102019
Qualitative exploration of the potential for adverse events when using an online peer support network for mental health: cross-sectional survey
K Easton, J Diggle, M Ruethi-Davis, M Holmes, D Byron-Parker, J Nuttall, ...
JMIR mental health 4 (4), e49, 2017
52017
Reducing the risk of type 2 diabetes mellitus in primary care after gestational diabetes: a role for mobile technology to improve current care
B McMillan, R Abdelgalil, P Madhuvrata, K Easton, C Mitchell
British Journal of General Practice 66 (653), 631-632, 2016
52016
Smart Clothing for Falls Protection and Detection: User-Centred Co-Design and Feasibility Study.
K Easton, T Burton, S Ariss, M Bradburn, MS Hawley
AAATE Conf., 152-159, 2017
32017
An Investigation Into the Nature, Prevalence and Severity of Anxiety in Heart Failure Patients: The Association Between Anxiety and Patient'Health Outcomes
K Easton
PQDT-UK & Ireland, 2013
32013
The meaning and value of digital technology adoption for older adults with sight loss: a mixed methods study
K Fisher, K Easton
Technology and Disability 30 (4), 177-184, 2019
22019
Reducing the risk of progression from gestational diabetes to type 2 diabetes mellitus: women’s perspectives on the content, research development and evaluation of a mobile …
B Mcmillan, K Easton, B Delaney, C Mitchell
University of Sheffield, 2017
22017
Evaluation of a Mobile App to Enhance Relational Awareness and Change During Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Mixed Methods Case Series
S Kellett, K Easton, M Cooper, A Millings, M Simmonds-Buckley, G Parry
JMIR Mental Health 7 (12), e19888, 2020
12020
Patient and public involvement research report. Reducing the risk of progression from gestational diabetes to type 2 diabetes mellitus: women’s perspectives on the content …
B McMillan, K Easton, B Delaney, C Mitchell
Br J Gen Pract 68, e260-7, 2018
12018
Blending cognitive analytic therapy with a digital support tool: Mixed methods study involving a user-centered design of a prototype app
K Easton, S Kellett, M Cooper, A Millings, J Varela, G Parry
JMIR Mental Health 8 (2), e20213, 2021
2021
Evaluation of a Mobile App to Enhance Relational Awareness and Change During Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Mixed Methods Case Series (vol 7, e19888, 2021)
S Kellett, K Easton, M Cooper, A Millings, M Simmonds-Buckley, G Parry
JMIR MENTAL HEALTH 8 (1), 2021
2021
Correction: Evaluation of a Mobile App to Enhance Relational Awareness and Change During Cognitive Analytic Therapy: Mixed Methods Case Series
M Simmonds-Buckley, G Parry
JMIR 8 (1), e27159, 2021
2021
Blending Cognitive Analytic Therapy with a digital support tool: user-centered design of a prototype application
K Easton, S Kellett, M Cooper, A Millings, J Varela, G Parry
JMIR Mental Health, 2020
2020
Utility of the COM-B model in identifying facilitators and barriers to maintaining a healthy postnatal lifestyle following a diagnosis of gestational diabetes: a qualitative study
J Boyd, B McMillan, K Easton, B Delaney, C Mitchell
BMJ open 10 (8), e037318, 2020
2020
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