Richard J. Holden
Richard J. Holden
Professor of Health & Wellness Design, Indiana University School of Public Health-Bloomington
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The technology acceptance model: its past and its future in health care
RJ Holden, BT Karsh
Journal of biomedical informatics 43 (1), 159-172, 2010
SEIPS 2.0: a human factors framework for studying and improving the work of healthcare professionals and patients
RJ Holden, P Carayon, AP Gurses, P Hoonakker, AS Hundt, AA Ozok, ...
Ergonomics 56 (11), 1669-1686, 2013
Lean thinking in emergency departments: a critical review
RJ Holden
Annals of emergency medicine 57 (3), 265-278, 2011
Human factors systems approach to healthcare quality and patient safety
P Carayon, TB Wetterneck, AJ Rivera-Rodriguez, AS Hundt, P Hoonakker, ...
Applied ergonomics 45 (1), 14-25, 2014
A human factors engineering paradigm for patient safety: designing to support the performance of the healthcare professional
BT Karsh, RJ Holden, SJ Alper, CKL Or
BMJ Quality & Safety 15 (suppl 1), i59-i65, 2006
A human factors framework and study of the effect of nursing workload on patient safety and employee quality of working life
RJ Holden, MC Scanlon, NR Patel, R Kaushal, KH Escoto, RL Brown, ...
BMJ quality & safety 20 (1), 15-24, 2011
Systematic review of smartphone-based passive sensing for health and wellbeing
VP Cornet, RJ Holden
Journal of biomedical informatics 77, 120-132, 2018
How does lean work in emergency care? A case study of a lean-inspired intervention at the Astrid Lindgren Children's hospital, Stockholm, Sweden
P Mazzocato, RJ Holden, M Brommels, H Aronsson, U Bäckman, M Elg, ...
BMC health services research 12, 1-13, 2012
The patient work system: an analysis of self-care performance barriers among elderly heart failure patients and their informal caregivers
RJ Holden, CC Schubert, RS Mickelson
Applied ergonomics 47, 133-150, 2015
Transforming consumer health informatics through a patient work framework: connecting patients to context
RS Valdez, RJ Holden, LL Novak, TC Veinot
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 22 (1), 2-10, 2015
Physicians’ beliefs about using EMR and CPOE: in pursuit of a contextualized understanding of health IT use behavior
RJ Holden
International journal of medical informatics 79 (2), 71-80, 2010
Crossing levels in systems ergonomics: a framework to support ‘mesoergonomic’inquiry
BT Karsh, P Waterson, RJ Holden
Applied ergonomics 45 (1), 45-54, 2014
A theoretical model of health information technology usage behaviour with implications for patient safety
RJ Holden, BT Karsh
Behaviour & Information Technology 28 (1), 21-38, 2009
Toward a theoretical approach to medical error reporting system research and design
BT Karsh, KH Escoto, JW Beasley, RJ Holden
Applied ergonomics 37 (3), 283-295, 2006
Cognitive performance-altering effects of electronic medical records: an application of the human factors paradigm for patient safety
RJ Holden
Cognition, Technology & Work 13, 11-29, 2011
A review of medical error reporting system design considerations and a proposed cross-level systems research framework
RJ Holden, BT Karsh
Human Factors 49 (2), 257-276, 2007
What stands in the way of technology-mediated patient safety improvements? A study of facilitators and barriers to physicians’ use of electronic health records
RJ Holden
Journal of patient safety 7 (4), 193-203, 2011
People or systems? To blame is human. The fix is to engineer
RJ Holden
Professional safety 54 (12), 34, 2009
Healthcare workers' perceptions of lean: A context-sensitive, mixed methods study in three Swedish hospitals
RJ Holden, A Eriksson, J Andreasson, A Williamsson, L Dellve
Applied ergonomics 47, 181-192, 2015
Know thy eHealth user: Development of biopsychosocial personas from a study of older adults with heart failure
RJ Holden, A Kulanthaivel, S Purkayastha, KM Goggins, S Kripalani
International journal of medical informatics 108, 158-167, 2017
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