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Linda Harrington
Evaluation of Behavior Change Techniques in Mobile Health Apps

Linda Harrington 
Behavior Change Techniques in Apps: Moving Beyond Patient Education to Improve Health Outcomes

Linda Harrington

Data Science: What Would Nightingale Do? 

Linda Harrington

Electronic Person-Generated Health Data 

Linda Harrington

Quality of Electronic Health Record Data on Which We Stand 

Linda Harrington

Use Errors With Health Care Technologies: An Inconvenient Truth 

JoAnne Phillips

Complex Patient Care Technology 

Patricia Hercules, M. Michael Shabot, Teresa Ryan, and Susan Ratcliff

Optimizing Fail-Safe Use of Complex Medical Devices 

Amanda Szatala and Bethany Young

Implementation of a Data Acquisition and Integration Device in the Neurologic Intensive Care Unit 

JoAnne Phillips

Complex Medical Technology: Strategies for Selection, Education and Competency Assessment, and Adoption 

Linda Harrington

Interoperability of Infusion Pumps With Electronic Health Records 

Linda Harrington

From Apps to mHealth: Informing, Interacting, and Changing Behavior 

Linda Harrington

Nurse Robots 

Linda Harrington

Exponential Technology 

Linda Harrington

New Health Technologies Advancing Nursing Practice 

Linda Harrington

New Data of the Digital Age: Big, Dark, and Deep 

Linda Harrington

Closing the Science-Health Gap With Technology: Evidence-Based Living 

Linda Harrington

Closing the Science-Practice Gap With Technology: From Evidence-Based Practice to Practice-Based Evidence 

Linda Harrington

Going Digital: What Does It Really Mean for Nursing? 

Linda Harrington

e-Liability and e-Documentation 

Linda Harrington

Analytics 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 

Linda Harrington

Cognitive Technology 

Gilman B. Allen, Karen Rounds, and Peter J. Pronovost

Automated Charting and Systems Integration: For Patients’ Safety and Our Sanity 

Linda Harrington
Can Health Care Survive Current Electronic Health Record Usability? 

Linda Harrington
American Nurses Association Releases New Scope and Standards of Nursing Informatics Practice 

Linda Harrington

Electronic Health Record Workflow: Why More Work Than Flow? 

Linda Harrington

ICD-10: Clarifying Misperceptions Including the Role of Nursing 

Linda Harrington

Health Information Technology Safety: The Perfect Storms 

Linda Harrington

Technology and the Digitization of Health Care 

S. Jill Ley and Lisa Caul

Echocardiography: Pictures Worth 1000 Words

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