Enid Montague
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The behavioral intervention technology model: an integrated conceptual and technological framework for eHealth and mHealth interventions
DC Mohr, SM Schueller, E Montague, MN Burns, P Rashidi
Journal of medical Internet research 16 (6), e146, 2014
2912014
Electronic medical records and physician stress in primary care: results from the MEMO Study
S Babbott, LB Manwell, R Brown, E Montague, E Williams, M Schwartz, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (e1), e100-e106, 2014
2482014
Nonverbal interpersonal interactions in clinical encounters and patient perceptions of empathy
E Montague, P Chen, J Xu, B Chewning, B Barrett
J Participat Med 5, e33, 2013
932013
Desiderata for computable representations of electronic health records-driven phenotype algorithms
H Mo, WK Thompson, LV Rasmussen, JA Pacheco, G Jiang, R Kiefer, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 22 (6), 1220-1230, 2015
862015
Dynamic modeling of patient and physician eye gaze to understand the effects of electronic health records on doctor–patient communication and attention
E Montague, O Asan
International journal of medical informatics 83 (3), 225-234, 2014
822014
Health and wellness technology use by historically underserved health consumers: systematic review
E Montague, J Perchonok
Journal of medical Internet research 14 (3), e78, 2012
772012
Using video-based observation research methods in primary care health encounters to evaluate complex interactions
O Asan, E Montague
Informatics in primary care 21 (4), 161, 2014
762014
More screen time, less face time–implications for EHR design
O Asan, P D. Smith, E Montague
Journal of evaluation in clinical practice 20 (6), 896-901, 2014
642014
How physician electronic health record screen sharing affects patient and doctor non-verbal communication in primary care
O Asan, HN Young, B Chewning, E Montague
Patient education and counseling 98 (3), 310-316, 2015
632015
Patient–physician racial/ethnic concordance and blood pressure control: the role of trust and medication adherence
A Schoenthaler, E Montague, L Baier Manwell, R Brown, MD Schwartz, ...
Ethnicity & health 19 (5), 565-578, 2014
632014
Empirically understanding trust in medical technology
ENH Montague, BM Kleiner, WW Winchester III
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 39 (4), 628-634, 2009
632009
Modeling eye gaze patterns in clinician–patient interaction with lag sequential analysis
E Montague, J Xu, P Chen, O Asan, BP Barrett, B Chewning
Human factors 53 (5), 502-516, 2011
612011
Macroergonomics in health care quality and patient safety
P Carayon, BT Karsh, AP Gurses, RJ Holden, P Hoonakker, ...
Reviews of human factors and ergonomics 8 (1), 4-54, 2013
552013
Trust in medical technology by patients and healthcare providers in obstetric work systems
ENH Montague, WW Winchester III, BM Kleiner
Behaviour & information technology 29 (5), 541-554, 2010
542010
Validation of a trust in medical technology instrument
E Montague
Applied ergonomics 41 (6), 812-821, 2010
452010
How different types of users develop trust in technology: A qualitative analysis of the antecedents of active and passive user trust in a shared technology
J Xu, K Le, A Deitermann, E Montague
Applied Ergonomics 45 (6), 1495-1503, 2014
442014
Physician interactions with electronic health records in primary care
O Asan, E Montague
Health systems 1 (2), 96-103, 2012
412012
Technology-mediated information sharing between patients and clinicians in primary care encounters
O Asan, E Montague
Behaviour & Information Technology 33 (3), 259-270, 2014
372014
Understanding active and passive users: The effects of an active user using normal, hard and unreliable technologies on user assessment of trust in technology and co-user
E Montague, J Xu
Applied ergonomics 43 (4), 702-712, 2012
312012
Trust between patients and health websites: a review of the literature and derived outcomes from empirical studies
LC Vega, T DeHart, E Montague
Health and technology 1 (2-4), 71-80, 2011
312011
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