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The following is a list of publications produced by HSI related faculty and students. The link for each paper leads you to the citation, keyword, and abstract. For copies of the full papers, please use standard methods for obtaining academic publications, such as online library searches.

since: 2002  2003  2004  2005  2006  2007  2008
authors: Moloney   Edwards   Yi   Choi   Kemp   Ashok   Huang   Jones   Metcalfe   Griffin   Song  

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accelerometer  age-related macular degeneration  assistive technology  auditory feedback  computer experience  context-awareness  decision making  diabetic retinopathy  electronic health record  evaluation  haptic feedback  healthcare  healthcare delivery  healthcare information technology  human-computer interaction  measurement  menus  mobile computing  mobility  multimodal feedback  older adults  pediatrics  quality  quality of life  robotics  safety  universal access  universal design  visual feedback  visual impairment  [more]

Research with the 'safety' tag since 1990

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[1]Promoting a culture of safety in pediatric hospitals: monitoring the effect of patient safety initiatives on staff perceptions
 A. KohrtP. Edwards, P. Richardson, J. Jose, T. Scott, F. Sainfort
 American Academy of Pediatrics 2006 National Conference
 safety  quality  measurement  healthcare  pediatrics  
[2]Examining the effect of a pharmacy system and electronic medical administration record on medication errors and ADEs
 J. Dye, J. Jose, P. Edwards, K. Rask, A. Kohrt, S. Culler, F. Sainfort, T. Stacy
 American Academy of Pediatrics 2006 National Conference
 healthcare information technology  electronic health record  safety  pediatrics  
[3]Measuring staff perceptions on patient safety in order to focus safety improvement resources on areas with the greatest need
 P. EdwardsK. Moloney, F. Sainfort, J. Jacko, J. Jose, P. Richardson, T. Scott, K. Rask
 AcademyHealth Annual Research Meeting
 quality  safety  healthcare  measurement  pediatrics  
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