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Project III: User Needs Publications (Updated: 09/09/2013)

Project III: Journal papers

Project III: Conference papers

Project III: Trade articles

  • (2013) Anonymous, Choosing a CT Scanner: Eliciting User Needs. HealthManagement.Org dated: 07 Jan 2013.
  • (2013) Lang, A., Matching User Needs to Medical Devices. The Ergonomist, 514, April, p. 6-7.
  • (2013) Lang, A., Designing for Teenage Users of Medical Devices. The Ergonomist, 517, July: p. 9.
  •  (2013) Money, A., Barnett, J., and Kuljis, J., The Impact of Appearance on the Use of Auto-Injectors. The Ergonomist, 515, May, p. 19.
  • (2011) Craven, M.P. and Martin, J.L., Ergonomically Sound. European Pharmaceutical Contractor, (Autumn) 84-88.
  • (2011) Shah, S.G.S., A Framework for Users' Involvement in Medical Device Technology Development and Evaluation. European Medical Device Technology, 2(1), January 1st, 2011.
  • (2011) Shah, S.G.S., Medical Devices Demand and Utilisation in Developing Countries: The Issue of Maintenance. Medical Equipment & Automation, 4(3), March-April: 47-48.
  • (2011) Shah, S.G.S., The Impact of Social Media on the Medtech Marketplace. Healthcare Equipment & Supplies, 31st March.
  • (2010) Money, A.G. and Martin, J.L., User Centred Design Methods for Medical Device Development. Medical Products Asia, November.
  • (2010) Shah, S.G.S., Health Technology Assessment in SAARC Countries. Medical Equipment & Automation, 3(5), Jul-Aug: 82-83.
  • (2010) Shah, S.G.S., The Need for User Involvement in the Development of Medical Device Technologies. Healthcare Equipment & Supplies, 15th July.
  • (2009) Shah, S.G.S., Patient Self-Testing of Oral Anticoagulation Therapy. Medical Equipment & Automation, 3(1), Oct.-Dec: 59-61.
  • (2006) Grocott, P., Evidence of the Effectiveness of Wound Care and Other Healthcare Products Is Essential If We Want to Be Able to Assess Their Real Value for Patient Care. Healthcare Equipment & Supplies, 52(3) 15.
  • (2006) Weir, H., Grocott, P., and Bridgelal Ram, M., How Can Industry Identify Unmet Needs for New Product Development? Healthcare Equipment & Supplies, 52(12) 13.
  • (2006) Weir, H., Involving End Users in the Design Stages of Device Development Will Help to Produce Innovative Technologies That Really Address Patient Needs. Healthcare Equipment & Supplies, 52(12).
  • (2004) Grocott, P., Matching Views. Healthcare Equipment & Supplies, October: 3.

Project III: Other publications

  • (2012) Sharma, U., Barnett, J., and Clarke, M., Using Concepts from Structuration Theory and Consequence of Modernity to Understand Is Deployment in Health-Care Setting. Information Systems Theory, In: Information Systems Theory: Explaining and Predicting Our Digital Society, Y.K. Dwivedi, M.R. Wade, and S.L. Schneberger, (Eds.), Springer New York. p.131-142.
  • (2010) National Patient Safety Agency, Design for Patient Safety: User Testing in the Development of Medical Devices. London: National Patient Safety Agency, Department of Health
  • (2010) Lang, A.R., Martin, J.L., Sharples, S., and Crowe, J.A., A Qualitative Assessment of Medical Device Design by Healthy Adolescents, In: Advances in Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare V.G. Duffy, (Ed.), CRC Press: Boca Raton, FL., USA. p.539-548.