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Published on 21.12.18 in Vol 5, No 4 (2018): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Usability Testing of a Mobile App to Report Medication Errors Anonymously: Mixed-Methods Approach"

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  1. Wegner S, Lohmeyer Q, Wahlen D, Neumann S, Groebli J, Meboldt M. Value of Eye-Tracking Data for Classification of Information Processing–Intensive Handling Tasks: Quasi-Experimental Study on Cognition and User Interface Design. JMIR Human Factors 2020;7(2):e15581
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  2. Gleeson L, Dalton K, O'Mahony D, Byrne S. Interventions to improve reporting of medication errors in hospitals: A systematic review and narrative synthesis. Research in Social and Administrative Pharmacy 2020;16(8):1017
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  3. Lemon C, Huckvale K, Carswell K, Torous J. A Narrative Review of Methods for Applying User Experience in the Design and Assessment of Mental Health Smartphone Interventions. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care 2020;36(1):64
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  4. Chien S, Islam MM, Yeh C, Chien P, Chen CY, Chin Y, Lin M. Mutual-Aid Mobile App for Emergency Care: Feasibility Study. JMIR Formative Research 2020;4(3):e15494
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  5. Delio J, Catalanotti JS, Marko K, Paul C, Taffel M, Ho G, Berger J. Integrating Adverse Event Reporting Into a Free-Text Mobile Application Used in Daily Workflow Increases Adverse Event Reporting by Physicians. American Journal of Medical Quality 2019;:106286061989199
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