Helen Monkman
Helen Monkman
University of Victoria
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A health literacy and usability heuristic evaluation of a mobile consumer health application.
H Monkman, A Kushniruk
MedInfo, 724-728, 2013
432013
eHealth literacy issues, constructs, models, and methods for health information technology design and evaluation
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
Knowledge Management & E-Learning: An International Journal 7 (4), 541-549, 2015
242015
Evidence-based Heuristics for Evaluating Demands on eHealth Literacy and Usability in a Mobile Consumer Health Application.
H Monkman, J Griffith, AW Kushniruk
MedInfo, 358-362, 2015
222015
Applying usability methods to identify health literacy issues: an example using a Personal Health Record.
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
Enabling Health and Healthcare Through ICT: Available, Tailored and Closer…, 2013
222013
Big Data in Healthcare–Defining the Digital Persona through User Contexts from the Micro to the Macro: Contribution of the IMIA Organizational and Social Issues WG
CE Kuziemsky, H Monkman, C Petersen, J Weber, EM Borycki, S Adams, ...
Yearbook of medical informatics 9 (1), 82, 2014
212014
A see through future: Augmented reality and health information systems.
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
ITCH, 281-285, 2015
182015
Integrating heuristic evaluation with cognitive walkthrough: development of a hybrid usability inspection method.
AW Kushniruk, H Monkman, D Tuden, P Bellwood, EM Borycki
ITCH, 221-225, 2015
182015
Are health literacy and ehealth literacy the same or different?
H Monkmana, AW Kushniruka, J Barnetta, EM Boryckia, LE Greinerb, ...
172017
The Consumer Health Information System Adoption Model.
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
CSHI, 26-31, 2015
172015
InformedTogether: usability evaluation of a web-based decision aid to facilitate shared advance care planning for severe chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
LM Uhler, REP Figueroa, M Dickson, L McCullagh, A Kushniruk, ...
JMIR human factors 2 (1), e3842, 2015
132015
Mobile Usability Testing in Healthcare: Methodological Approaches.
EM Borycki, H Monkman, J Griffith, AW Kushniruk
MedInfo, 338-342, 2015
112015
Considerations for personal health record procurement
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
Enabling Health and Healthcare Through ICT: Available, Tailored and Closer…, 2013
9*2013
Exploring the Contextual and Human Factors of Electronic Medication Reconciliation Research: A Scoping
H Monkman, EM Borycki, AW Kushniruk, MH KUOa
Context Sensitive Health Informatics: Human and Sociotechnical Approaches…, 2013
82013
All Consumer Medication Information Is Not Created Equal: Implications for Medication Safety.
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
ITCH, 233-237, 2017
72017
User-centered design and evaluation of clinical information systems: A usability engineering perspective
A Kushniruk, H Monkman, E Borycki, J Kannry
Cognitive Informatics for Biomedicine, 141-161, 2015
72015
Consumer Medication Information: Similarities and Differences Between Three Canadian Pharmacies.
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
ITCH, 238-242, 2017
62017
Physician Experiences with Perceived Pressure to Order Diagnostic Imaging Services.
J Griffith, H Monkman, EM Borycki, A Kushniruk
CSHI, 20-25, 2015
42015
A Comparison of Danish and Canadian Consumer Medication Information.
H Monkman, C Nhr, AW Kushniruk
CSHI, 147-152, 2017
32017
Usability and eHealth Literacy Evaluation of a Mobile Health Application Prototype to Track Diagnostic Imaging Examinations.
J Griffith, H Monkman
ITCH, 150-155, 2017
32017
Optimizing the efficacy of multimedia consumer health information.
H Monkman, AW Kushniruk
ITCH, 286-290, 2015
32015
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