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4 March 2020 The Lancet 2018; https://doi.org/10.1016/S0140-6736(18)30309-X Prof Richard J McManus,PhD, Prof Jonathan Mant, MD, Marloes Franssen, PhD, Alecia Nickless, MSc, Claire Schwartz, PhD, James Hodgkinson, PhD, et al. Efficacy of self-monitored blood pressure, with or without telemonitoring, for titration of antihypertensive medication (TASMINH4): an unmasked randomised controlled trial 
20 February 2017 New York Times; Aaron E. Carroll Wearable Fitness Devices Don’t Seem to Make You Fitter 
21 March 2016 Dept of Veterans Affairs; Neil C. Evans, MD Guiding principles of delivering health care in the digital age 
27 January 2016 NHS England News Service Spec; using social media, texts and Skype to keep young people engaged in treatment for their diabetes 
27 January 2016 The Health Foundation; Chris Perry, Krishna Chhatralia, Dom Damesick, Sylvie Hobden, Leanora Volpe Behavioural insights in health care; Nudging to reduce inefficiency and waste 
18 May 2015 Oxford University - Professor Richard McManus What will blood pressure management be like in 2020 
1 April 2014 e-ucare.eu; C. Varon, J. Minter, M. Stapleton, S. Thomson, S. Jaecques, S. Sanders-van Wijk, H. P. Brunner-La Rocca, S. Van Huffel Telehealth for patients with heart failure: A comparison between telehealth systems 
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