Patient centered design: challenges and lessons learned from working with health professionals and schizophrenic patients in e-therapy contexts
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Technology continues to benefit different aspects of our society. As such, the health and social care field has begun to utilize these advantages towards improvements in health informatics and healthcare applications. Information Systems and Technologies for Enhancing Health and Social Care provides the latest and most relevant research on the understanding, expansion, and solutions on technologies used for improvements in the health and social care field. This book is useful for academics, industry leaders, and professionals interested in the latest advancements in technology and its impact on health care.
CitationReis, C., Freire, C., Fernandez, J., Monguet, J.M. Patient centered design: challenges and lessons learned from working with health professionals and schizophrenic patients in e-therapy contexts. A: "Information systems and technologies for enhancing health and social care". Pennsylvania: igi-global, 2013, p. 120-135.