Published on in Vol 4, No 3 (2017): Jul-Sept

Modeling Patient Treatment With Medical Records: An Abstraction Hierarchy to Understand User Competencies and Needs

Modeling Patient Treatment With Medical Records: An Abstraction Hierarchy to Understand User Competencies and Needs

Modeling Patient Treatment With Medical Records: An Abstraction Hierarchy to Understand User Competencies and Needs

Journals

  1. D. St-Maurice J, M. Burns C. Using cognitive work analysis to compare complex system domains. Theoretical Issues in Ergonomics Science 2018;19(5):553 View
  2. Shier A, Morita P, Dickie C, Islam M, Burns C, Cafazzo J. Design and evaluation of a safety-centered user interface for radiation therapy. Practical Radiation Oncology 2018;8(5):e346 View
  3. Dimaguila G, Gray K, Merolli M. Enabling Better Use of Person-Generated Health Data in Stroke Rehabilitation Systems: Systematic Development of Design Heuristics. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(7):e17132 View
  4. St-Maurice J, Burns C, Wolting J. Applying Persuasive Design Techniques to Influence Data-Entry Behaviors in Primary Care: Repeated Measures Evaluation Using Statistical Process Control. JMIR Human Factors 2018;5(4):e28 View
  5. Baumgartner A, Kunkes T, Clark C, Brady L, Monte S, Singh R, Wahler Jr R, Chen H. Opportunities and Recommendations for Improving Medication Safety: Understanding the Medication Management System in Primary Care Through an Abstraction Hierarchy. JMIR Human Factors 2020;7(3):e18103 View
  6. Austin E, Blakely B, Salmon P, Braithwaite J, Clay-Williams R. Identifying Constraints on Everyday Clinical Practice: Applying Work Domain Analysis to Emergency Department Care. Human Factors: The Journal of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2021:001872082199566 View
  7. Aminoff H, Meijer S, Arnelo U, Groth K. Modeling implementation context in telemedicine: work domain analysis of Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (Preprint). JMIR Formative Research 2020 View