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Table 1 Publications included in the synthesis

From: Factors influencing the adoption of self-management solutions: an interpretive synthesis of the literature on stakeholder experiences

Journal title First author: year of publication Health condition Country of study
From dictatorship to a reluctant democracy: stroke therapists talking about self-management. Norris M: 2014 Stroke UK
Implementing home blood glucose and blood pressure telemonitoring in primary care practices for patients with diabetes: lessons learned. Koopman RJ: 2014 Type 2 diabetes USA
Integrating a tailored e-health self-management application for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients into primary care: a pilot study. Voncken-Brewster V 2014 COPD Netherland
Barriers and facilitators to self-monitoring of blood glucose in people with type 2 diabetes using insulin: a qualitative study. Ong WM: 2014 Type 2 diabetes Malaysia
Faith wellness collaboration: a community-based approach to address Type II diabetes disparities in an African-American community. Austin SA: 2014 Type 2 diabetes USA
Why less may be more: a mixed methods study of the work and relatedness of ‘weak ties’ in supporting long-term condition self-management. Rogers A: 2014 Chronic cardiac disease England: UK
What matters to older people with assisted living needs? A phenomenological analysis of the use and non-use of telehealth and telecare. Greenhalgh T: 2013 Multi-morbidity—old age London and Manchester: UK
Barriers and facilitators to diabetes self-management: perspectives of older community dwellers and health professionals in China. Shen H: 2013 Type 2 diabetes China
Does telemonitoring in heart failure empower patients for self-care? A qualitative study. Riley J: 2013 Heart failure West London: UK
Home telehealth: facilitators, barriers, and impact of nurse support among high-risk dialysis patients. Minatodani DE: 2013 End-stage renal disease Hawaii
‘It is not going to change his life but it has picked him up’: a qualitative study of perspectives on long term oxygen therapy for people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Goldbart J: 2013 Long-term oxygen therapy England: UK
Experiences of patients and professionals participating in the HITS home blood pressure telemonitoring trial: a qualitative study. Hanley J: 2013 Blood pressure Scotland: UK
2-year follow-up to STeP trial shows sustainability of structured self-monitoring of blood glucose utilization: results from the STeP practice logistics and usability survey (STeP PLUS). Friedman K: 2013 Type 2 diabetes USA
Is Europe putting theory into practice? A qualitative study of the level of self-management support in chronic care management approaches. Elissen A: 2013 Various chronic conditions: cancer, cardiovascular disease, chronic respiratory illness, diabetes etc. Austria, Denmark, England, Estonia, France, Germany, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Italy, The Netherlands, Spain and Switzerland
Self-care in primary care: findings from a longitudinal comparison study. Bagnall AM: 2013 Practice-based intervention UK
GP support for self-care: the views of people experiencing long-term back pain. MacKichan F: 2013 Long-term back pain UK
Technology as system innovation: a key informant interview study of the application of the diffusion of innovation model to telecare. Sugarhood P: 2013 Various conditions UK
Internet-enabled pulmonary rehabilitation and diabetes education in group settings at home: a preliminary study of patient acceptability. Burkow PM: 2013 COPD diabetes Norway
Spanning boundaries into remote communities: an exploration of experiences with telehealth chronic disease self-management programs in rural Northern Ontario, Canada. Guilcher SJ: 2013 Various: chronic lung disease, heart disease, stroke, arthritis Canada
What happens when patients know more than their doctors? Experiences of health interactions after diabetes patient education: a qualitative patient-led study. Snow R: 2013 Types 1 and 2 diabetes UK
Exploring telemonitoring and self-management by patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a qualitative study embedded in a randomized controlled trial. Fairbrother P: 2013 COPD Scotland: UK
Care networking: a study of technical mediations in a home telecare service. Correa G: 2013 Multi-morbidity—old age Spain
Harnessing different motivational frames via mobile phones to promote daily physical activity and reduce sedentary behavior in aging adults. King AC: 2013 Sedentary behaviour USA
‘Getting the balance between encouragement and taking over’: reflections on using a new stroke self-management programme. Jones F: 2013 Stroke UK
Patients’ use of self-monitored readings for managing everyday life with COPD: a qualitative study. Huniche L: 2013 COPD Denmark
Ethical implications of home telecare for older people: a framework derived from a multisited participative study. Mort M: 2013 Multi-morbid England, Norway,The Netherlands, Spain
Patients’ experiences of shared decision making in primary care practices in the United Kingdom. Fulwood C: 2013 Diabetes, COPD, IBS UK
Chronic disease self-management and health literacy in four ethnic groups. Shaw SJ: 2012 Various chronic conditions USA
Remote participants’ experiences with a group-based stroke self-management program using videoconference technology. Taylor DM: 2012 Stroke Canada
Patients’ experiences of self-monitoring blood pressure and self-titration of medication: the TASMINH2 trial qualitative study. Jones MI: 2012 Blood pressure, hypertension UK
An organisational analysis of the implementation of telecare and telehealth: the whole systems demonstrator. Hendy J: 2012 Multi-morbidities Cornwall, Kent, Newhall: UK
Factors affecting acceptability and usability of technological approaches to diabetes self-management: a case study. Vuong AM: 2012 Diabetes USA
Diabetes connect: an evaluation of patient adoption and engagement in a web-based remote glucose monitoring program. Jethwani K: 2012 Diabetes USA
Supporting health behaviour change in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease with telephone health-mentoring: insights from a qualitative study. Walter JA: 2012 COPD  
Mental health and relational self-management experiences of patients with type 2 diabetes and stage 3 chronic kidney disease. Sakraida TJ: 2012 Type 2 diabetes and stage 3 chronic kidney disease USA
Self-management experiences among men and women with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a qualitative analysis. Mathew R: 2012 Type 2 diabetes Toronto: Canada
Perceptions of effective self-care support for children and young people with long-term conditions. Kirk S: 2012 Various chronic conditions UK
One step at a time: self-management and transitions among women with ovarian cancer. Schulman-Green D: 2012 Ovarian cancer Connecticut, USA
Perspectives of patients with type 1 or insulin-treated type 2 diabetes on self-monitoring ofblood glucose: a qualitative study. Hortensius J: 2012 Type 1 diabetes Type 2 diabetes The Netherlands
Women’s experiences of factors that facilitate or inhibit gestational diabetes self-management. Carolan M: 2012 Gestational diabetes Australia
Social organization of self-management support of persons with diabetes: A health systems comparison. Schiotz M: 2012 Diabetes USA, Denmark
Exploring barriers to participation and adoption of telehealth and telecare within the Whole System Demonstrator trial: a qualitative study. Sander C: 2012 Diabetes, COPD, heart failure, social care needs Cornwall, Kent, Newham: UK
Self-care agency and perceived health among people using advanced medical technology at home. Fex A: 2012 Diabetes, hypoxia, kidney disease, COPD, hypertension Sweden
Factors affecting home care patients’ acceptance of a web-based interactive self-management technology. Calvin KL: 2011 Chronic cardiac disease USA
What motivates Australian health service users with chronic illness to engage in self-management behaviour? Jowsey T: 2011 COPD, diabetes, chronic heart failure Australia
Why do GPs hesitate to refer diabetes patients to a self-management education program: a qualitative study. Sunaert P: 2011 Type 2 diabetes Belgium
Integrating telecare for chronic disease management in the community: what needs to be done? May CR: 2011 Various conditions including COPD UK
Storylines of self-management: narratives of people with diabetes from a multiethnic inner city. Greenhalgh T: 2011 Diabetes (not specified type) UK
Self-monitoring technologies for type 2 diabetes and the prevention of cardiovascular complications: perspectives from end users. Chudyk A: 2011 Type 2 diabetes London, Ontario, Canada
Participants’ perceptions of the factors that influence diabetes self-management following a structured education (DAFNE) programme. Murphy K: 2011 Type 1 diabetes Ireland
Patient engagement with a diabetes self-management intervention. Lidenmeyer A: 2010 Diabetes UK
Determining clinical and psychological benefits and barriers with continuous glucose monitoring therapy. Halford J: 2010 Diabetes type 1 Idaho Falls, USA
Technology enhanced practice for patients with chronic cardiac disease Home Implementation and Evaluation. Brennan PF: 2010 Chronic cardiac disease Milwaukee, Wisconson: USA
User acceptance of an Internet training aid for migraine self-management. Sorbi MJ: 2010 Migraine The Netherlands
Lessons learned from a collaborative to improve care for patients with diabetes in 17 community health centers, Massachusetts, 2006. Lemay CA: 2010 Diabetes Massachusetts: USA
Experiences of self-monitoring: successes and struggles during treatment for weight loss Burke LE: 2009 Weight loss USA
Barriers and facilitators to chronic pain self-management: a qualitative study of primary care patients with comorbid musculoskeletal pain and depression. Bair MJ: 2009 Comorbid musculoskeletal pain and depression Indianapolis: USA
Are some more equal than others? Social comparison in self-management skills training for long-term conditions. Rogers A: 2009 Conditions receiving self-management education UK