Danny Vadasz's research while affiliated with Melbourne Health and other places

Publications (7)

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Objectives We aimed to identify the core elements of centredness in healthcare literature. Our overall research question is: How has centredness been represented within the health literature published between 1990 and 2019? Methods A scoping review across five databases (Medline (Ovid), PsycINFO, CINAHL, Embase (Ovid) and Scopus; August 2019) to i...
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Loneliness is an important health issue facing older people due to its association with poor quality of life and poor health outcomes. This paper aimed to clarify key issues around loneliness among older adults and draw attention to innovative programs and the translation of emerging research into practice. Loneliness is a mismatch between a person...
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Background: Priority-setting partnerships between researchers and stakeholders (meaning consumers, health professionals and health decision-makers) may improve research relevance and value. The Cochrane Consumers and Communication Group (CCCG) publishes systematic reviews in 'health communication and participation', which includes concepts such as...
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Objective To identify research priorities of consumers and other stakeholders to inform Cochrane Reviews in ‘health communication and participation’ (including such concepts as patient experience, shared decision-making and health literacy). Setting International. Participants We included anyone with an interest in health communication and partic...
Technical Report
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This report includes a summary of findings and an appraisal of existing models used across the world to involve the public in heath technology assessment. It is intended to inform discussions of the Medicare Benefits Schedule Review Taskforce about the ‘improvement of our Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS)’ in order to ensure that it is ‘consistent w...

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... Such restrictions can have a profound impact on older adults' social and emotional wellbeing, leading to loneliness and social isolation (Smith et al., 2020;Wu, 2020). This can result in higher rates of anxiety and depression, lower quality of life, and increased complications of pre-existing health conditions (Ogrin et al., 2021;Sepúlveda-Loyola et al., 2020). ...
... al, 2008;Coleman, 2011;Coleman et al., 2013). Others may overestimate one's own skills and assume their care instructions are understood and clear (Coleman & Fromer, 2015;Mackert et al., 2011;Synnot et al., 2019). Support and training are needed to help health care professionals better understand health literacy and ways to address it with clear communication strategies (Coleman, Hudson, & Pederson, 2017;Vermeir et al., 2015). ...
... Track: Digital transformation in the public sector implementing eHealth initiatives for the purpose of tackling health service challenges (e.g. lack of holistic, standardized, and interoperable systems) and improving performance, decision making and communication capabilities of health professionals at different levels (Synnot et al., 2018). As such, there should be cooperation and coordination between the actors to avoid isolated adaptation and non-interoperable implementation of eHealth systems. ...