Tag Archives: Karen Li

Swansea: come and help create a prototype health app for people with high blood pressure

MoSeMa: a Mobile-based Self-Management intervention for people with high blood pressure -invitation to take part in some workshops to develop a prototype health app. CHI+MED researchers from Swansea are inviting healthcare practitioners and people who have high blood pressure (hypertension) … Continue reading

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Call for participation: IDHF2014 – interaction design, human factors, usability, #HCI, error

CHI+MED researchers from Swansea University (Huawei Tu and Yunqiu Li) and UCL (Chris Vincent) are co-organising the international symposium on Interaction Design and Human Factors in Kochi, Japan (25-27 November 2014) and the call for participation opens on 1 April … Continue reading

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Interesting paper: “It’s all about communication” – human factors and ergonomics in medical device design

by Chris Vincent, UCL Interaction Centre (UCLIC) Applied Ergonomics Paper: It’s All About Communication: Christopher Vincent, Yunqiu Li, Ann Blandford Working TOGETHER When it comes to the design of medical technology, going it alone is rarely an option. Getting a … Continue reading

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Call for participants: MediCHI 2013: Safer interaction in medical devices (a CHI 2013 workshop) cc @sig_chi

MediCHI 2013 is initiated and supported by researchers on the CHI+MED project: Karen Yunqiu Li, Harold Thimbleby, Abigail Cauchi and Alexis Lewis are from the Future Interaction Technology Laboratory in Computer Science department in Swansea Unive… Continue reading

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