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Published on 15.12.14 in Vol 1, No 1 (2014): INAUGURAL ISSUE

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Works citing "Applying Human Factors Principles to Mitigate Usability Issues Related to Embedded Assumptions in Health Information Technology Design"

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  1. Jatoba A, da Cunha AM, Vidal MCR, Burns CM, de Carvalho PVR. Contributions from cognitive engineering to requirements specifications for complex sociotechnical systems: A case study in the context of healthcare in Brazil. Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries 2019;29(1):63
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  3. Aromatario O, Van Hoye A, Vuillemin A, Foucaut A, Crozet C, Pommier J, Cambon L. How do mobile health applications support behaviour changes? A scoping review of mobile health applications relating to physical activity and eating behaviours. Public Health 2019;175:8
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