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Deploying Healthcare Technology “in the wild”: Experiences from Deploying a Mobile Health Technology for Bipolar Disorder Treatment

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Standard

Deploying Healthcare Technology “in the wild”: Experiences from Deploying a Mobile Health Technology for Bipolar Disorder Treatment. / Frost, Mads; Houben, Steven.

Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems: Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems. Morgan and Claypool publishers, 2014. (Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, Vol. 5).

Research output: Conference Article in Proceeding or Book/Report chapterBook chapterCommunication

Harvard

Frost, M & Houben, S 2014, Deploying Healthcare Technology “in the wild”: Experiences from Deploying a Mobile Health Technology for Bipolar Disorder Treatment. in Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems: Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems. Morgan and Claypool publishers, Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, vol. 5. https://doi.org/10.2200/S00552ED1V01Y201311ARH005

APA

Frost, M., & Houben, S. (2014). Deploying Healthcare Technology “in the wild”: Experiences from Deploying a Mobile Health Technology for Bipolar Disorder Treatment. In Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems: Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems Morgan and Claypool publishers. Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology Vol. 5 https://doi.org/10.2200/S00552ED1V01Y201311ARH005

Vancouver

Frost M, Houben S. Deploying Healthcare Technology “in the wild”: Experiences from Deploying a Mobile Health Technology for Bipolar Disorder Treatment. In Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems: Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems. Morgan and Claypool publishers. 2014. (Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, Vol. 5). https://doi.org/10.2200/S00552ED1V01Y201311ARH005

Author

Frost, Mads ; Houben, Steven. / Deploying Healthcare Technology “in the wild”: Experiences from Deploying a Mobile Health Technology for Bipolar Disorder Treatment. Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems: Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems. Morgan and Claypool publishers, 2014. (Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology, Vol. 5).

Bibtex

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