George du Boulay

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We describe a general methodology, socio-cognitive engineering, for the design of human-centred technology. It integrates software, task, knowledge and organizational engineering and has been refined and tested through a series of projects to develop computer systems to support training and professional work. In this paper we describe the methodology and(More)
Computer-based systems may be able to address a recognised need throughout the medical profession for a more structured approach to training. We describe a combined training system for neuroradiology, the MR Tutor that differs from previous approaches to computer-assisted training in radiology in that it provides case-based tuition whereby the system and(More)
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