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- January 20, 2016
- January 19, 2016
Our ongoing web-based programs cover topics such as Data Warehousing, Data Lifecycle Management and Supporting Technologies, and more.
- July 22, 2015
I have always had an interest in programming and numbers. Back in high school, I used to develop programs to help my fellow students learn and practice mathematics. Upon choosing my major for University, I had a dilemma between medical school and computer & communication engineering.
- March 30, 2012
This presentation explores how clinical perspectives improve HIE usability and explore approaches that are making HIE “usable”.
- November 01, 2007
This article focuses on the role usability played in ensuring successful implementation of the patient safety initiatives at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
- May 01, 2011
This whitepaper “provides a re-conceptualization of patient-centered health care practice through a collaborative person-centered model for enhanced patient safety.”
- December 01, 2013
This case study highlights the implementation of the Ask 3/Teach 3 program, which “is designed to encourage patients and caregivers to become engaged in the medication communication process as "partners."”
- July 01, 2014
This whitepaper explores “a retrospective interview study examining the role of social influence in people’s decisions to change their security behaviors, as well as the nature of and reasons for their discussions about security.”
- July 01, 2014
This whitepaper “investigate(s) the feasibility of identifying a small set of privacy profiles as a way of helping users manage their mobile app privacy preferences.”
- July 01, 2012
This whitepaper discusses the user experience and usability aspects of trusted user interfaces (TUI) in touch-screen biometric systems associated with a trusted execution environment (TEE) in mobile devices.