‘Fieldwork for Healthcare’ Launch Competition: 5 copies of Volume 1 to give away!

Join our email list or follow our website to win one of five copies of Volume 1 ‘Fieldwork for Healthcare’ in order to celebrate the launch of Volume 2 this year! 

We’re developing a network of people that are interested in Fieldwork for Healthcare from a human factors, HCI, informatics, ethnographic, user experience, ergonomic, design and usability related perspectives. We have run two CHI workshops, published a book, have another book forthcoming, and there is talk of a journal special issue and another workshop in the pipeline. We want to broaden our network and reach out to more researchers and practitioners who want to hear about and get involved in future activities. To help us achieve this, Morgan & Claypool Publishers have given us five copies of the new book to give away, all you have to do to enter the competition is to join our email list to receive future announcements.

What book are you talking about?
We’ve recently published a new book titled, “Fieldwork for Healthcare: Case studies investigating human factors in computing systems.” This is the first of two volumes: volume one contains 12 case studies, and volume two contains synthesised guidance on doing fieldwork for healthcare. Hard copies of the volume 1 can be purchased through Amazon and digital copies can be downloaded through Morgan & Claypool Publishers.

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Why should I take part?
- Win one of 5 copies of the new book ‘Fieldwork for Healthcare’ Volume 1
- Be the first to find out about Volume 2
- Find out about special issues, workshops and other research related activities

How do I enter?
Simply go to our website and sign-up to receive news items by email, found on the right hand side of the page. If you have already registered and follow our blog, then you’ll be automatically entered into the prize draw.

Prize draw dates
The prize draw will take place on Friday 1st August 2014 and winners will be announced on the blog shortly after that.

Eggs, bacon, sausage and spam? [MontyPython Spam sketch]
We won’t be emailing often (only 4 posts so far this year), so this shouldn’t upset diets that aren’t keen on spam. You can easily de-register from the email list after the competition has finished.

Who should I contact if I have any questions?
If you’d like any further information please get in contact with Dominic Furniss (d.furniss@ucl.ac.uk) or Aisling O’Kane (a.okane@cs.ucl.ac.uk).

Acknowledgements
Thank-you to Morgan & Claypool Publishers who have been kind enough to offer the prizes.

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