Articles by Jake Johnston
Mr. Johnston completed a human factors fellowship at Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies at Rice University and is now pursuing a PhD in Human Factors of Systems and Product Design at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. His work focuses on user-centered design, medical human factors, and safety.
Development and Use of Heuristics to Evaluate Neonatal Medical Devices for Use in Low-Resource Settings
Abstract Previous research has shown that for several domains and environments, developing and using domain-specific heuristics can effectively supplement general heuristics to capture additional usability problems. However, no existing heuristic set specifically addresses medical devices for use in low-resource settings, such as hospitals in low- and middle-income countries. These settings are limited by a lack […] [Read More]