Serena Barello
Serena Barello
Associate Professor, University of Pavia
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Burnout and somatic symptoms among frontline healthcare professionals at the peak of the Italian COVID-19 pandemic.
S Barello, L Palamenghi, G Graffigna
Psychiatry research 290, 113129, 2020
‘Vaccine hesitancy’among university students in Italy during the COVID-19 pandemic
S Barello, T Nania, F Dellafiore, G Graffigna, R Caruso
European journal of epidemiology 35, 781-783, 2020
Mistrust in biomedical research and vaccine hesitancy: the forefront challenge in the battle against COVID-19 in Italy
L Palamenghi, S Barello, S Boccia, G Graffigna
European journal of epidemiology 35, 785-788, 2020
eHealth for Patient Engagement: a systematic review
S Barello, S Triberti, G Graffigna, C Libreri, S Serino, J Hibbard, G Riva
Frontiers in Psychology 6 (2013), 2015
Patient engagement as an emerging challenge for healthcare services: mapping the literature
S Barello, G Graffigna, E Vegni
Nursing research and practice 2012, 2012
Measuring patient engagement: Development and psychometric properties of the Patient Health Engagement (PHE) Scale
G Graffigna, S Barello, A Bonanomi, E Lozza
Frontiers in Psychology 6, 274, 2015
Relationship between citizens’ health engagement and intention to take the COVID-19 vaccine in Italy: a mediation analysis
G Graffigna, L Palamenghi, S Boccia, S Barello
Vaccines 8 (4), 576, 2020
The challenges of conceptualizing patient engagement in healthcare: a lexicographic literature review
S Barello, G Graffigna, E Vegni, AC Bosio
J Particip Med 6, e9, 2014
How to engage type-2 diabetic patients in their own health management: implications for clinical practice
G Graffigna, S Barello, C Libreri, CA Bosio
BMC public health 14, 1-12, 2014
The role of Patient Health Engagement Model (PHE-model) in affecting patient activation and medication adherence: A structural equation model
G Graffigna, S Barello, A Bonanomi
PloS one 12 (6), e0179865, 2017
Spotlight on the Patient Health Engagement model (PHE model): a psychosocial theory to understand people’s meaningful engagement in their own health care
G Graffigna, S Barello
Patient preference and adherence, 1261-1271, 2018
Factors associated with emotional exhaustion in healthcare professionals involved in the COVID-19 pandemic: an application of the job demands-resources model
S Barello, R Caruso, L Palamenghi, T Nania, F Dellafiore, L Bonetti, ...
International archives of occupational and environmental health, 1-11, 2021
Factors affecting patients’ online health information-seeking behaviours: The role of the Patient Health Engagement (PHE) Model
G Graffigna, S Barello, A Bonanomi, G Riva
Patient education and counseling 100 (10), 1918-1927, 2017
The psychosocial impact of flu influenza pandemics on healthcare workers and lessons learnt for the COVID-19 emergency: a rapid review
S Barello, A Falco-Pegueroles, D Rosa, A Tolotti, G Graffigna, L Bonetti
International journal of public health 65 (7), 1205-1216, 2020
Caring for health professionals in the COVID-19 pandemic emergency: toward an “epidemic of empathy” in healthcare
S Barello, G Graffigna
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 548845, 2020
‘Engage me in taking care of my heart’: a grounded theory study on patient–cardiologist relationship in the hospital management of heart failure.
S Barello, G Graffigna, E Vegni, M Savarese, F Lombardi, AC Bosio
BMJ Open 5, e005582, 2015
Career development for early career academics: benefits of networking and the role of professional societies
L Ansmann, TE Flickinger, S Barello, M Kunneman, S Mantwill, ...
Patient education and counseling 97 (1), 132-134, 2014
The motivating function of healthcare professional in eHealth and mHealth interventions for type 2 diabetes patients and the mediating role of patient engagement
G Graffigna, S Barello, A Bonanomi, J Menichetti
Journal of diabetes research, 2015
Patient engagement: A consumer-centered model to innovate healthcare
G Graffigna, S Barello, S Triberti
De Gruyter Open, 2015
A comparison of maternal and paternal experiences of becoming parents of a very preterm infant
L Provenzi, S Barello, M Fumagalli, G Graffigna, I Sirgiovanni, M Savarese, ...
Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing 45 (4), 528-541, 2016
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