Using S'ANT for facilitating superior understanding of key factors in the design of a chronic disease self-management model

Wickramasinghe, N, Bali, R and Goldberg, S 2011, 'Using S'ANT for facilitating superior understanding of key factors in the design of a chronic disease self-management model' in Tatnall, A (ed.) Actor-Network Theory and Technology Innovation: Advancements and New Concepts, IGI, Hershey, United States, pp. 223-233.


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Title Using S'ANT for facilitating superior understanding of key factors in the design of a chronic disease self-management model
Author(s) Wickramasinghe, N
Bali, R
Goldberg, S
Year 2011
Title of book Actor-Network Theory and Technology Innovation: Advancements and New Concepts
Publisher IGI
Place of publication Hershey, United States
Editor(s) Tatnall, A
Chapter number 15
Start page 223
End page 233
Total pages 11
Subjects Medical and Health Sciences not elsewhere classified
Summary The S'ANT approach (Wickramasinghe and Bali, 2009) - namely the incorporation of Actor-network Theory and Social Network Analysis as proposed by Wickramasinghe and Bali 2009 in order to support a network centric healthcare solutions is proffered in the following as an appropriately rich lens of analysis in the context of the development of a chronic disease self-management model.
Copyright notice Copyright © 2011, IGI Global. Copying or distributing in print or electronic forms without written permission of IGI Global is prohibited
DOI - identifier 10.4018/978-1-60960-197-3.ch015
ISBN 9781609601973
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