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Tag Archives: Motivational messaging and end-of-life care
Dr Jonathan Reston and Heather Parker, MyPal team members and behaviour change specialists at Atlantis Healthcare UK, explain how the MyPal Adult study will incorporate personalised motivational messaging to optimise participant engagement. Most of us are now connected to a range of … Continue reading