Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment

Hastall M, Dockweiler C, Mühlhaus J (2017)
In: Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments. Antona M, Stephanidis C (Eds); New York: Springer International Publishing: 13-25.

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Hastall M, Dockweiler C, Mühlhaus J. Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment. In: Antona M, Stephanidis C, eds. Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments. New York: Springer International Publishing; 2017: 13-25.
Hastall, M., Dockweiler, C., & Mühlhaus, J. (2017). Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment. In M. Antona & C. Stephanidis (Eds.), Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments (pp. 13-25). New York: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-58700-4
Hastall, M., Dockweiler, C., and Mühlhaus, J. (2017). “Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment” in Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments, Antona, M., and Stephanidis, C. eds. (New York: Springer International Publishing), 13-25.
Hastall, M., Dockweiler, C., & Mühlhaus, J., 2017. Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment. In M. Antona & C. Stephanidis, eds. Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments. New York: Springer International Publishing, pp. 13-25.
M. Hastall, C. Dockweiler, and J. Mühlhaus, “Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment”, Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments, M. Antona and C. Stephanidis, eds., New York: Springer International Publishing, 2017, pp.13-25.
Hastall, M., Dockweiler, C., Mühlhaus, J.: Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment. In: Antona, M. and Stephanidis, C. (eds.) Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments. p. 13-25. Springer International Publishing, New York (2017).
Hastall, Matthias, Dockweiler, Christoph, and Mühlhaus, Juliane. “Achieving end user acceptance: Building blocks for an evidence-based user-centered framework for health technology development and assessment”. Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction. Human and Technological Environments. Ed. Margherita Antona and Constantine Stephanidis. New York: Springer International Publishing, 2017. 13-25.
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