IMP²ART

Papers

Journal articles from the programme, and the programme development grant.

2023

McClatchey K, Hammersley V, Steed L, Sheringham J, Marsh V, Barat A, Delaney B, Hamborg T, Fitzsimmons D, Holmes S, Jackson T, Ehrlich E, Morgan N, Saxon A, Preston M, Price D, Taylor SJC, Pinnock H and the IMP2ART Programme Group. IMPlementing IMProved Asthma selfmanagement as RouTine (IMP2ART) in primary care: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled implementation trial.  Trials (2023) 24:252. Published online: 03 April 2023. doi:10.1186/s13063-023-07253-9 

McClatchey K, Sheldon A, Steed EA, Sheringham J, Appiagyei F, Price D, Hammersley V, Taylor SJC, Pinnock H, for the IMP2ART Programme Group. Development of a patient-centred electronic review template to support self-management in primary care. BJGP Open 3 March 2023; BJGPO.2022.0165. doi:10.3399/BJGPO.2022.0165

2022

Kinley E, Skene I, Steed E, Pinnock H, McClatchey K. Delivery of supported self-management in remote asthma reviews: A systematic rapid realist review. Health Expect. 2022; 1- 15. doi:10.1111/hex.13441

2021

Morrissey M, Shepherd E, Kinley E, McClatchey K, Pinnock H. Effectiveness and perceptions of using templates in long-term condition reviews: a systematic synthesis of quantitative and qualitative studies.  British Journal of General Practice 26 July 2021; BJGP.2020.0963. DOI: 10.3399/BJGP.2020.0963

McClatchey K, T Jackson T, Delaney B, Barat A, Morgan N, Pinnock H, Chan AHY.  COVID-19 information for people living with asthma: A rapid review of publicly available information guidance. The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice, Volume 9, Issue 5, 2070 – 2072. Published online: January 17, 2021. DOI: 10.1016/j.jaip.2021.01.003

2020

Daines L, Morrow S, Wiener-Ogilvie S, Scott C, Steed L, Taylor SJC, Pinnock H. Understanding how patients establish strategies for living with asthma: IMP2ART qualitative study. British Journal of General Practice. 2020; 70 (694): e303-e311.

Hamour, O., Smyth, E. & Pinnock, H. Completing asthma action plans by screen-sharing in video-consultations: practical insights from a feasibility assessment. npj Prim. Care Respir. Med. 30, 48 (2020).

Jackson, T., Pinnock, H., Liew, S.M. et al. Patient and public involvement in research: from tokenistic box ticking to valued team members. BMC Med. 2020; 18:79.

2019

Pinnock H, Ehrlich E, Holmes S, Steed L, Taylor S, for the IMP2ART Group (2019, July 01). ‘Emergency packs for asthma: the simplicity is appealing but overlooks the complexity’ [Letter to the Editor]. The Lancet Respiratory Medicine. 2019; 7 (7): e19-e22.

Key papers from the IMP2ART Programme Development Grant

McCleary N, Andrews A, Captieux M, Buelo A, Morrow S, Wiener-Ogilvie S, Fletcher M, Steed E, Taylor SJC, Pinnock H, on behalf of the IMP2ART team. IMP2ART systematic review of education for healthcare professionals implementing supported self-management for asthma. npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine. 2018;28:42

Morrow S, Daines L, Wiener-Ogilvie S, Steed EA, McKee L, Caress A-L, Taylor SJC, Pinnock H on behalf of the IMP2ART team. Exploring the perspectives of clinical professionals and support staff on implementing supported self-management for asthma in UK general practice: an IMP2ART qualitative study. npj Primary Care Respiratory Medicine. 2017;27:45