Steve Grennan

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In spite of the palpable benefits to organizations of applying the principles of ergonomics, it appears that a majority of employers, whether through ignorance or neglect, fail to do so (Simpson 1990). The present study sought to assess the impact of ergonomics on a broad cross-section of organizations in Northern Ireland from three perspectives: (1)(More)
As memory devices and test systems have grown more complex, one of the user‘s points of contact with the system, the test programming interface, has been a focus of efforts to improve productivity. The use of a commercial data base management system in this interface is described, enumerating the features that simplify test program development. Much of the(More)
While the objective recording of clinical competencies in an electronic portfolio (ePortfolio) has become a key aspect of basic specialist training (BST), it continues to divide opinion. We surveyed medical trainees and their supervisors in the Dublin region examining their views of the ePortfolio and workplace-based assessments (WPBAs). Responses were(More)
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