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Journals

Lange J, Richard P, Bradley N (2015) Usability of a new disposable autoinjector platform device: results of a formative study conducted with a broad user population. Medical Devices: Evidence and Research. 2015:8. p.255 - 264.

Lange J, Richard P, Bradley N (2014) Usability of devices for self-injection: results of a formative study on a new disposable pen injector. Medical Devices: Evidence and Research. 2014:7. p.195 - 203.

Wet C, Bradley N, Bowie P (2010) Significant event analysis: a comparative study of knowledge, process and attitudes in primary care. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2010 Jul 29.

De Wet C, Bradley N, Bowie P (2010) Significant event analysis: a comparative study of knowledge, process and attitudes in primary care. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2010 Jul 29.

Bowie P, Bradley, NA, Rushmer R (2010) Clinical audit and quality improvement – time for a rethink? Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. May 2010.

Bradley NA, Power A, Hesselgreaves H, McMillan F, Bowie P. (2009) Safer pharmacy practice: a preliminary study of significant event analysis and peer feedback. International Journal of Pharmacy Practice. Pharmaceutical Press, London. 17: 1–9. p.283-291.

Bradley NA & Bowie P. (2009) Current Issues in Clinical Audit in the National Health Service: A Qualitative Exploration of the Views and Experiences of Specialist Support Staff. Quality and Safety in Health care.

McKay J, Bradley N, Lough M and Bowie P. (2009) A review of significant events analysed in general medical practice: implications for the quality and safety of patient care. BMC Family Practice. 10:61.

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2005) Towards a Multidisciplinary Model of ‘Context’ to Support Context-Aware Computing. Human-Computer Interaction. 20(4). p.403-446. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2005) An Experimental Investigation into Wayfinding Directions for Visually Impaired People. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. Vol 9 (6). p.395-403.

 

Book Chapter

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2008) Navigation Assistive Technology: Context-aware computing. Chapter in M.A. Johnson & M. Hersh (eds.), Assistive Technology for Vision Impaired and Blind People. Springer Verlag, London.

 

Conferences

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2003) A Pathway to Independence: Wayfinding Systems which Adapt to a Visually Impaired Person’s Context. Symposium on Assistive Technology – Towards a better life, Glasgow, UK, p.23-27.

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2002) Understanding contextual interactions to design navigational context-aware applications. Mobile HCI 02, Pisa, Italy, p.349-354.

Bradley NA, McLeod RW & Forrest E. (2001) The Impact of Cultural Differences on the Design of Self-service Technology. Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, Edinburgh, UK, p.29-37.

 

Workshops

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2004) Towards a User-centric and Multidisciplinary Framework for Designing Context-aware Applications. Workshop on Advanced Context Modelling, Reasoning and Management as part of the 6th International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, UbiComp 2004, Nottingham, England.

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2004) Investigating design issues of context-aware mobile guides for people with visual impairments. HCI in Mobile Guides Workshop at Mobile HCI 04, Glasgow.

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2003) Towards a user-centric multidisciplinary design framework for context-aware applications. UbiNet (Ubiquitous Computing Network) workshop. London.

Bradley NA & Dunlop MD. (2002) Investigating context-aware clues to assist navigation for visually impaired people. Workshop on Building Bridges: Interdisciplinary Context-Sensitive Computing, University of Glasgow, UK, p.5-10.