Medical device design in context: A model of user-device interaction and consequences

@article{Sharples2012MedicalDD,
  title={Medical device design in context: A model of user-device interaction and consequences},
  author={S. Sharples and Jennifer L. Martin and A. Lang and M. Craven and Sonja O'Neill and J. Barnett},
  journal={Displays},
  year={2012},
  volume={33},
  pages={221-232}
}
The practice of evaluating interaction with devices is embedded in disciplines such as human–computer interaction and cognitive ergonomics, including concepts such as affordances, error analysis, skill, rule and knowledge based behaviour and decision making biases. This paper considers the way in which the approach that has been routinely applied to displays and control design within the control and transport domains can be transferred to the context of medical devices. The importance of… Expand
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