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Henneman, E., Marquard, J., Nichols, C., Martinez, V., DeSotto, K., Scott, S., Soares, W., & Henneman, P. (2018). The Stay S.A.F.E. strategy for managing interruptions reduces distraction time in the simulated clinical setting. Accepted for Publication in Critical Care Nursing Quarterly.

Holman, G.T., Waldren, S.E., Beasley, J.W., Cohen, D.J., Dardick, L.D., Fox, C.H., Marquard, J., Mullins, R., North, C.Q., Rafalski, M. and Rivera, A.J. (2018). Meaningful use’s benefits and burdens for US family physicians. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.

Rizvi, R. F., Marquard, J. L., Hultman, G. M., Adam, T. J., Harder, K. A., & Melton, G. B. (2017). Usability Evaluation of Electronic Health Record System around Clinical Notes Usage–An Ethnographic Study. Applied Clinical Informatics, 8(4), 1095-1105.

Henneman, E., Gawlinski, A., Nichols, C., McAfee, K., Marquard, J., & Andrzejewski, C. (2017). Identification of Transfusion-Associated Circulatory Overload: An Eye-Tracking Study. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 13(12), 675–79.

Martinez, V., Marquard, J., Saver, B., Garber, G., & Preusse, P. (2017). Consumer health informatics interventions must support user workflows, be easy-to-use, and improve cognition: applying the SEIPS 2.0 model to evaluate patients' and clinicians' experiences with the CONDUIT-HID intervention. International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction, 33(4), 333-43.

Christov, S., Marquard, J., Clarke, L., & Avrunin, G. (2017). Assessing the Effectiveness of Five Process Elicitation Methods: A Case Study of Chemotherapy Treatment Plan Review. Applied Ergonomics, 59, 364-376.

Henneman, E., Marquard, J., Fisher, D., & Gawlinski, A. (2017). Eye tracking: A novel approach for evaluating and improving the safety of healthcare processes in the simulated setting. Simulation in Healthcare, 12(1), 51-56.

Hultman, G., Marquard, J., Arsoniadis, E., Mink, P., Rizvi, R., Ramer, T., Khairat, S., Fickau, K., & Melton, G. (2016). Usability Testing of Two Ambulatory EHR Navigators. Applied Clinical Informatics, 7(2), 502-15.

Amster, B., Marquard, J., Henneman, E., & Fisher, D. (2015). Using an Eye Tracker during Medication Administration to Identify Gaps in Nursing Students' Contextual Knowledge: An Observational Study. Nurse Educator, 40(2), 83-86.

Saver, B., Marquard J., Garber, L., Amster, B., Preusse, P., & Gove, D. (2015). Barriers to Implementing and Disseminating an Intervention to Improve Hypertension Control with Home Monitoring and Uploading of Data into an Electronic Health Record. J Patient-Centered Res Rev, 2(2).

Brown, P., Marquard, J., Amster, B., Romoser, M., & Fisher, D. (2014). What Do Physicians Read (and Ignore) in Electronic Progress Notes? Applied Clinical Informatics, 5(2) 430-44.

Lopez, M., Esparza, A., Lavine, M, & Marquard, J. (2014). Your textbook can’t help you here: Applying traditional methods to atypical data. Chance, 27(2) 13-20. (educational article in collaboration with statistics graduate students)

Henneman, E., Cunningham, H., Fisher, D., Plotkin, K., Roche, J., Nathanson, B. H., Marquard, J., Reilly, C., Shen, Y., & Hennemen, P. (2014). Eye-tracking as a debriefing mechanism in the simulated setting improves patient safety practices. Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 33(3), 129-35.

Jo, J., Marquard, J., Clarke, L., & Hennman, P. (2013). Re-examining the requirements for verification of patient identifiers during medication administration: No wonder it is error-prone. IIE Transactions on Healthcare Systems Engineering, 3(4), 280-91.

Marquard, J., Garber, L., Saver, B., Amster, B., Kelleher, M., & Preusse, P. (2013). Overcoming challenges integrating patient-generated data into the clinical EHR: Lessons from the CONtrolling Disease Using Inexpensive IT - Hypertension in Diabetes (CONDUIT-HID) Project. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 82(10), 903-10.

Radhakrishnan, K., Jacelon, C., Bigelow, C., Roche, J., Marquard, J., & Bowles, K. (2013). Use of a homecare electronic health record to find associations between patient characteristics and re-hospitalizations in patients with heart failure using telehealth. Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare, 19(2), 107-12.

Radhakrishnan, K., Jacelon, C., Bigelow, C., Roche, J., Marquard, J., & Bowles, K. (2013). Association of comorbidities with home care service utilization of patients with heart failure while receiving telehealth. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 28(3), 216-27.

Marquard, J., Jo, J., Henneman, P., Fisher, D., & Henneman, B. (2013). Can visualizations complement our choices of quantitative process analysis measures? A case study of nurses identifying patients before administering medications. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 7(2), 198-2010.

Mei, Y.Y., Marquard, J., Jacelon, C., & DeFeo, A. (2013). Designing and evaluating an electronic patient falls reporting system: Perspectives for the implementation of health information technology in long-term residential care facilities. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 82(11), 294-306.

Mertens, W., Christov, S., Avrunin, G., Clarke, L., Osterweil, L., Cassels, L., & Marquard, J. (2012). Using process elicitation and validation to understand and improve chemotherapy ordering and delivery. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, 38(11), 497-505.

Henneman, P., Marquard, J., Fisher, D., Bleil, J., Walsh, B., Henneman, J., Blank, F., Higgins, A.M., Nathanson, B., & Henneman, E. (2012). Barcode verification: Reducing but not eliminating medication errors. Journal of Nursing Administration, 42(12), 562-6.

Marquard, J. & Zayas-Cabán, T. (2012). Commercial off-the-shelf consumer health interventions: Recommendations for their design, evaluation, and redesign. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 19(1), 137-42.

Guo, Q., Jacelon, C, & Marquard, J. (2012). An evolutionary concept analysis of palliative care. Journal of Palliative Care Medicine, 2(7).

Marquard, J., Henneman, P., He, Z., Jo, J., Fisher, D., & Henneman, E. (2011). Nurses’ behaviors and visual scanning patterns may reduce patient identification errors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17(3), 247-56.

Marquard, J., Duffey, N., & Lin, Q.M. (2011). Consumer decision-making strategies and use of hospital quality measures. Quality Management Journal, 18(4), 25-35.

Marquard, J. & Brennan, P. F. (2009). Crying wolf: Consumers may be more willing to share medication information than policymakers expect. Journal of Healthcare Information Management, 23(2), 26-32.

Ghosh, T., & Marquard, J. (2007). Development of regional health information organizations (RHIOs): knowledge networks and collaboration. International Journal of Public Policy, 2(3/4).

Marquard, J., Moen, A., & Brennan, P.F. (2006). Photographic data – An untapped resource to explore complex phenomena such as health information and management in the household (HIMH). Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 122, 58-62.