Modelling user manuals of modal medical devices and learning from the experience

@inproceedings{Bowen2012ModellingUM,
  title={Modelling user manuals of modal medical devices and learning from the experience},
  author={Judy Bowen and Steve Reeves},
  booktitle={EICS},
  year={2012}
}
Ensuring that users can successfully interact with software and hardware devices is a critical part of software engineering. There are many approaches taken to ensure successful interaction, e.g. the use of user-centred design, usability studies, training and education etc. In this paper we consider how the users of modal medical devices, such as syringe pumps, are supported (or not) post-training by documentation such as user manuals. Our intention is to show that modelling such documents is a… CONTINUE READING
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