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Supporting the sense of presence in control environments
This paper proposes a notion of presence which overcomes its strict interpretation in terms of physical projection and perception, and interprets ``the sense of being there'&#...
Stefania Bandini, Sara Manzoni, Fabrizio Nunnari, ...
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2004
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On presence
Patrizia Marti
CTW
2004
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Rating non-technical skills: developing a behavioural marker system for use in anaesthesia
Studies of performance in medicine are often based on observation. Videotape provides a valuable tool for recording events from both real environments and simulators. When analysin...
G. Fletcher, R. Flin, P. McGeorge, R. Glavin, N. M...
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2004
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A work domain analysis framework for modelling intensive care unit patients
Abstract Work domain analysis (WDA) has been applied to a range of complex work domains, but few WDAs have been undertaken in medical contexts. One ng effort suggested that clinica...
Anne Miller
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2004
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Using video data for the analysis and training of medical personnel
This paper describes a set of studies that use audio
Stephanie A. Guerlain, Beth Turrentine, Reid Adams...
CTW
2004
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Nurses' reactions to alarms in a neonatal intensive care unit
Neonatal intensive care units (NICUs), like other intensive care units, are intended to provide immediate responses to any change in the patient's condition. Patient-monitorin...
Yuval Bitan, Joachim Meyer, David Shinar, Ehud Zmo...
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