Enid Montague
Enid Montague
University of Toronto
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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
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
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
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
Nonverbal interpersonal interactions in clinical encounters and patient perceptions of empathy
E Montague, PY Chen, J Xu, B Chewning, B Barrett
J Participat Med 5 (33), 1-17, 2013
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
Health and wellness technology use by historically underserved health consumers: systematic review
E Montague, J Perchonok
Journal of medical Internet research 14 (3), e2095, 2012
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
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
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
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
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
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
Empirically understanding trust in medical technology
ENH Montague, BM Kleiner, WW Winchester III
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics 39 (4), 628-634, 2009
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
Validation of a trust in medical technology instrument
E Montague
Applied ergonomics 41 (6), 812-821, 2010
Shared experiences of technology and trust: An experimental study of physiological compliance between active and passive users in technology-mediated collaborative encounters
E Montague, J Xu, E Chiou
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems 44 (5), 614-624, 2014
What might get in the way: barriers to the use of apps for depression
C Stiles-Shields, E Montague, EG Lattie, MJ Kwasny, DC Mohr
Digital Health 3, 2055207617713827, 2017
Physician interactions with electronic health records in primary care
O Asan, E Montague
Health systems 1, 96-103, 2012
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
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