Promoting Patients Participation and Engagement for Effective Healthcare Reform. Graffigna, G. (2016). IGI GLOBAL (in press)
eHealth for Patient Engagement: a systematic review. Barello S, Triberti S, Graffigna G, Libreri C, Serino S, Hibbard J and Riva G (2015). Front. Psychol. 6:2013. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2015.02013 [open access]
The Motivating Function of Healthcare Professional in eHealth and mHealth Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Patients and the Mediating Role of Patient Engagement. Graffigna, G., Barello, S., Bonanomi, A., Menichetti J. (2016) The Motivating Function of Healthcare Professional in eHealth and mHealth Interventions for Type 2 Diabetes Patients and the Mediating Role of Patient Engagement. Journal of Diabetes Research [open access]
Measuring patient activation in Italy: Translation, adaptation and validation of the Italian version of the patient activation measure 13 (PAM13-I). Graffigna, G., Barello, S., Bonanomi, A., Lozza, E., Hibbard J. (2015) Medical Informatics and Decision Making [open access]
Patient Engagement: a consumer centered approach. Graffigna, G., Barello, S., Triberti, S. (2015). Degruyter Open [open access]
Engaging older people in healthy and active lifestyles: a systematic review. Menichetti, J., Cipresso, P., Bussolin, D., & Graffigna, G. (2015) Ageing and Society, 1-25.
Engaged patients, engaged partnerships: Singles and partners in front of an acute cardiac event. Bertoni A., Donato S., Graffigna G., Barello S., Parise, M. (2015) Psychology, Health& Medicine.
Patient engagement in healthcare: pathways for shared decision-making. Barello S., Graffigna G. (2015) Neuropsychological Trends. [open access]
Ethics and Etiquette in Neonatal Intensive Care. A Comment on the value of parents’ engagement in care, and recommendations for further advancing the field. Barello, S., Graffigna, G., Meyer, C. E. (2015). JAMA Pediatrics.
Measuring Patient Engagement: Development and Psychometric Properties of the Patient Health Engagement (PHE) Scale. Graffigna, G., Barello, S., Bonanomi, A., Lozza, E. (2015) Frontiers in Psychology. 6:274 [open access]
Engaging patients to recover life projectuality: An Italian cross-disease framework. Barello S., Graffigna G. (2015Quality of Life Research)
Giving (back) a starring role to patients of their own care: A bibliometric analysis of the ongoing literature debate. Menichetti J, Libreri C, Lozza E, Graffigna G. (2015) Health Expectations
Grounding consumer-brand engagement: a field-driven conceptualization. Graffigna G., Gambetti R.C. (2015) International Journal of Market Research.
“Engage me in taking care of my heart”: a grounded theory study on patient-cardiologist relationship in the hospital management of heart failure. Barello S., Graffigna G., Vegni E., Savarese M. , Lombardi F., Bosio A.C. (2015) BMJ open [open access]
“Patient health engagement” tra mainstream e nuovo paradigma. Bosio A.C., Graffigna G. (2014) Presentazione: Psicologia della Salute, 3, 9-11.
Engaging patients in health management: towards a preliminary theoretical conceptualization. Barello S., Graffigna G., Savarese M. , Bosio A.C. (2014) Psicologia della Salute , 3, 11-33.
Active and Healthy Ageing as a Wicked Problem: The Contribution of a Multidisciplinary Research University. Riva G., Graffigna G., Baitieri M., Amato A., Bonanomi M. G., Valentini P., Castelli G. (2014) Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 203. Pp. 10 – 19. [open access]
Positive Technology for Healthy Living and Active Ageing. Riva G, Gaggioli A., Villani D., Cipresso P., Repetto C., Serino S., Triberti S., Brivio E., Galimberti C., Graffigna G. (2014). Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 203 Pp. 44-56. [open access]
Patient Engagement: The Key to Redesign the Exchange Between the Demand and Supply for Healthcare in the Era of Active Ageing. Graffigna, G., Barello S., Riva G., Bosio A.C. (2014) Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 203, 85-95. [open access]
Enabling eHealth as a pathway for patient engagement: a toolkit for medical practice. Graffigna, G., Barello, S., Triberti, S., Wiederhold, B.K., Bosio, A.C., Riva, G. (2014) Studies in health technology and informatics, 199, 13-21. [open access]
How engaging type-2 diabetic patients in their health management? Implications for clinical practices. Graffigna, G., Barello, S., Libreri, C., Bosio, A.C. (2014) BMC Public Health, 14(1), 648. [open access]
The challenges of conceptualizing “patient engagement” in healthcare: a lexicographic literature review. Barello S., Vegni E., Graffigna G., Bosio AC. (2014). Journal of Participatory Medicine, 6, e9. [open access]
Ensuring the Best Care for Our Increasing Aging Population: Health Engagement and Positive Technology Can Help Patients Achieve a More Active Role in Future Healthcare. Wiederhold B.K., Graffigna G., Riva, G. (2013) CyberPsychology and behaviour , 16(6): 411-412.
Technologies for patient engagement. Graffigna G, Barello S, Riva G. (2013) Health Affairs. 2013;32:5.
Graffigna G, Barello S, Riva G. (2013) How to make Health Information Technology effective? The challenge of patient engagement. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 94(10):2034-5.
Barello S., Graffigna G., Lamiani G., Luciani A., Vegni E., Saita E., Olson K., Bosio A.C. (2013) How patients experience and give sense to their cancer-related fatigue?. International Journal of Social Science Studies. 10/2013; 1(2).
Positive technology as a driver for health engagement. Graffigna G., Barello S., Wiederhold B. K, Bosio A C, Riva G (2013) Studies in health technology and informatics 01/2013; 191:9-17. [open access]
Assisting a child with tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC): a qualitative deep analysis of parents’ experience and caring needs. Graffigna G., Bosio C., Cecchini I. (2013) BMJ Open 01/2013; 3(12):e003707. [open access]
To be or not to be: The patient’s view of the thrombophilia screening test Vegni E, Leone D, Graffigna G, Faioni E, Moja EA. (2013). Patient Education and Counselling. 90 (3), 386–391.
Understanding the Meaning of Fatigue at the End of Life: An Ethnoscience Approach. Kirshbaum M. N. Y., Olson K., Pongthavornkamol K., Graffigna G. (2013) European Journal of Oncology Nursing . Vol.17(2):146-53.
Online exchanges among cancer patients and caregivers: constructing and sharing health knowledge about time. Graffigna G., Libreri C., Bosio A.C. (2012) Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management, vol. 7 (3), pp.323-337.
Knowing, learning and acting in health care organizations and services: challenges and opportunities for qualitative research. Bosio A.C., Graffigna G., Scaratti G. (2012) Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management , vol. 7 (3), pp.256 – 274
Patient engagement as an emerging challenge for healthcare services : mapping the literature. Barello S, Graffigna G. Vegni E. (2012) Nursing Research and Practice, vol. 12, ISSN: 1970-321X
Patient’s choice of observational strategy for early-stage prostate cancer. Bellardita L., Graffigna G, Donegani S, Villani D, Villa S., Tresoldi V., Marenghi C., Magnani T., Valdagni R. (2012). Neuropsychological Trends, Vol. 12 (1), Nov. 2012: 107-116. [open access]
Mapping online peer exchanges on diabetes. Libreri C., Graffigna G (2012). Neuropsychological Trends, vol. 12 (1), Nov.2012: 125-134. [open access]
Comparing the meaning of fatigue in individuals with cancer in Thailand and Canada. Pongthavornkamol K., Olson K., Soparatanapaisarn N., Chatchaisucha S., Kamkhon A., Potaros D., Kirshbaum M., Graffigna, G. (2011) Cancer Nursing: An International Journal , Sep-Oct;35(5):E1-9. doi: 10.1097/NCC.0b013e3182331a7c.
Studying the social construction of cancer-related fatigue experience: the heuristic value of Ethnoscience Graffigna, G., Vegni, E., Barello, S., Olson, K., Bosio A.C. (2011). Patients Education and Counselling, 82 (2011) 402–409.