Michael T Lawless
Michael T Lawless
Research Fellow at Flinders University
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Using zoom videoconferencing for qualitative data collection: perceptions and experiences of researchers and participants
MM Archibald, RC Ambagtsheer, MG Casey, M Lawless
International journal of qualitative methods 18, 1609406919874596, 2019
What does integrated care mean from an older person’s perspective? A scoping review
MT Lawless, A Marshall, MM Mittinty, G Harvey
BMJ open 10 (1), e035157, 2020
Older adults’ understandings and perspectives on frailty in community and residential aged care: an interpretive description
M Archibald, M Lawless, RC Ambagtsheer, A Kitson
BMJ open 10 (3), e035339, 2020
General practitioners' perceptions, attitudes and experiences of frailty and frailty screening
RC Ambagtsheer, MM Archibald, M Lawless, D Mills, S Yu, JJ Beilby
Australian journal of general practice 48 (7), 426-433, 2019
Orthopaedic surgeons’ perceptions of frailty and frailty screening
MM Archibald, M Lawless, TK Gill, MJ Chehade
BMC geriatrics 20, 1-11, 2020
“Your brain matters”: Issues of risk and responsibility in online dementia prevention information
M Lawless, M Augoustinos, A LeCouteur
Qualitative Health Research 28 (10), 1539-1551, 2018
Theories of self-care and self-management of long-term conditions by community-dwelling older adults: A systematic review and meta-ethnography
MT Lawless, M Tieu, R Feo, AL Kitson
Social Science & Medicine 287, 114393, 2021
Towards a unifying caring life‐course theory for better self‐care and caring solutions: A discussion paper
A Kitson, R Feo, M Lawless, J Arciuli, R Clark, R Golley, B Lange, ...
Journal of Advanced Nursing 78 (1), e6-e20, 2022
Dementia on Facebook: Requesting information and advice about dementia risk-prevention on social media
M Lawless, M Augoustinos, A LeCouteur
Discourse, context & media 25, 44-51, 2018
Transdisciplinary research for impact: protocol for a realist evaluation of the relationship between transdisciplinary research collaboration and knowledge translation
MM Archibald, M Lawless, G Harvey, AL Kitson
BMJ open 8 (4), e021775, 2018
Co-designing evidence-based videos in health care: a case exemplar of developing creative knowledge translation “evidence-experience” resources
M Archibald, R Ambagtsheer, MT Lawless, MO Thompson, T Shultz, ...
International Journal of Qualitative Methods 20, 16094069211019623, 2021
Factors influencing communication about frailty in primary care: A scoping review
MT Lawless, MM Archibald, RC Ambagtsheer, AL Kitson
Patient education and counseling 103 (3), 436-450, 2020
Brain health advice in the news: managing notions of individual responsibility in media discourse on cognitive decline and dementia
M Lawless, M Augoustinos
Qualitative Research in Psychology 14 (1), 62-80, 2017
Feasibility and acceptability of commonly used screening instruments to identify frailty among community-dwelling older people: a mixed methods study
RC Ambagtsheer, MM Archibald, M Lawless, A Kitson, J Beilby
BMC geriatrics 20, 1-11, 2020
Understanding consumer perceptions of frailty screening to inform knowledge translation and health service improvements
MM Archibald, MT Lawless, RC Ambagtsheer, AL Kitson
Age and Ageing 50 (1), 227-232, 2021
How transdisciplinary research teams learn to do knowledge translation (KT), and how KT in turn impacts transdisciplinary research: a realist evaluation and longitudinal case study
MM Archibald, MT Lawless, MAP De Plaza, AL Kitson
Health Research Policy and Systems 21 (1), 20, 2023
Prevalence and determinants of physical frailty among people living in residential aged care facilities: a large-scale retrospective audit
R Milte, J Petersen, J Boylan, T Henwood, S Hunter, B Lange, M Lawless, ...
BMC geriatrics 22 (1), 424, 2022
Communicating with older adults with long-term conditions about self-management goals: A systematic review and thematic synthesis
MT Lawless, P Drioli-Phillips, MM Archibald, RC Ambagtsheer, AL Kitson
Patient Education and Counseling 104 (10), 2439-2452, 2021
“You are by no means alone”: a netnographic study of self-care support in an online Community for Older Adults
MT Lawless, SC Hunter, MA Pinero de Plaza, MM Archibald, AL Kitson
Qualitative Health Research 32 (13), 1935-1951, 2022
Peer-to-peer health communication in older adults’ online communities: Protocol for a qualitative netnographic study and co-design approach
MT Lawless, M Archibald, MAP de Plaza, P Drioli-Phillips, A Kitson
JMIR Research Protocols 9 (9), e19834, 2020
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