To date, there have been several research publications from the MALT study:
Brewster, L., Mountain, G., Wessels, B., Kelly, C. and Hawley, M (2013) Factors affecting frontline staff acceptance of telehealth technologies: a mixed-method systematic review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 70(1) 21-33. doi: 10.1111/jan12196 Available here.
Gorst, S., Coates, E. and Armitage, C. (2015) "It's a sort of lifeline": Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Patients' Experiences of Home Telehealth. Health Psychology. Summary available here.
Gorst, S., Armitage, C., Brownsell, S. and Hawley, M. (2014) Home telehealth uptake and continued use among heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients: A systematic review. Annals of Behavioral Medicine. doi: 10.1007/s12160-014-9607-x Available here.
Taylor, J., Coates, E., Wessels, B., Mountain, G. and Hawley M. (2015) Implementing solutions to improve and expand telehealth adoption: participatory action research in four community healthcare settings. BMC Health Services Research 15: 529. Available here.
Taylor, J. and Coates, L. (2015) Caring from a distance: the role of telehealth. Nursing Times, Jul 8-21, 111(28-29): 18-20. Summary available here.
Taylor, J. Coates, E., Brewster, L., Mountain, G., Wessels, B. and Hawley, M. (2014) Examining the use of telehealth in community nursing: identifying factors affecting frontline staff acceptance and telehealth adoption. Journal of Advanced Nursing. doi: 10.1111/jan12480 Available here.
Thokala, P., Baalbaki, H., Brennan, A., Pandor, A., Stevens J.W., Gommersall, T. et al (2013) Telemonitoring after discharge from hospital with heart failure: cost-effectiveness modelling of alternative service designs. BMJ Open. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2013-003250 Available here.
Most papers are available open access and free to download via the links.