Qualitative process study to explore the perceived burdens and benefits of a digital intervention for self-managing high blood pressure in Primary Care in the UK

Morton, K; Dennison, L; Bradbury, K; Band, RJ; May, C; Raftery, J; Little, P; McManus, RJ; Yardley, L; (2018) Qualitative process study to explore the perceived burdens and benefits of a digital intervention for self-managing high blood pressure in Primary Care in the UK. BMJ Open, 8 (5). DOI: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjopen-2017-020843

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