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Lang, Alexandra. R. and Martin, Jennifer. L. and Sharples, Sarah and Crowe, John A. (2010) Adolescent participation in HTA: the identification of appropriate proxies for adolescent user needs of medical devices. In: 7th Annual Conference of the International Society for Health Technology Assessment (HTAi 2010),, 6th-9th June 2010., Dublin, Ireland. (Unpublished)
Lawson, Glyn and Sharples, Sarah and Clarke, David and Cobb, Sue (2009) Development of a technique for predicting the human response to an emergency situation. In: HCI International 2009, July 19-24, 2009, San Diego.
Howard, Sam and Lang, Alexandra and Patel, Mitesh Dilipkumar Kantilal and Sharples, Sarah and Shaw, Dominick E. (2014) Electronic monitoring of adherence to inhaled medication in asthma. Current Respiratory Medicine Reviews, 10 (1). pp. 50-63. ISSN 1875-6387
Brown, Michael and Sharples, Sarah and Harding, Jenny (2013) Introducing PEGI: a usability process for the practical evaluation of Geographic Information. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies, 71 (6). pp. 668-678. ISSN 1071-5819
Lang, Alexandra. R. and Martin, Jennifer L. and Sharples, Sarah and Crowe, John A. (2014) Medical device design for adolescent adherence and developmental goals: a case study of a cystic fibrosis physiotherapy device. Patient Preference and Adherence, 2014 (8). pp. 301-309. ISSN 1177-889X
Lawson, Glyn and Sharples, Sarah and Cobb, Sue and Clarke, David (2009) Predicting the human response to an emergency. In: Contemporary Ergonomics 2009, 22-23 April 2009, London.
Thomson, Ross and Martin, Jennifer L. and Sharples, Sarah (2013) The psychosocial impact of home use medical devices on the lives of older people: a qualitative study. BMC Health Services Research, 13 (467). 467/1-467/8. ISSN 1472-6963
Brown, Michael and Sharples, Sarah and Harding, Jenny and Parker, C.J. and Bearman, N. and Maguire, M. and Forrest, D. and Haklay, M. and Jackson, M. (2013) Usability of Geographic Information: current challenges and future directions. Applied Ergonomics, 44 (6). pp. 855-865. ISSN 0003-6870