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Jarl Kåre Reitan

Research Manager

Jarl Kåre Reitan

Research Manager

Jarl Kåre Reitan
Phone: 922 24 653
Department: Health Research
Office: Trondheim

Publications and responsibilities

Publications

Publication

A user-centred design process of new cold-protective clothing for offshore petroleum workers operating in the Barents Sea

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1523969

Petroleum operations in the Barents Sea require personal protective clothing (PPC) to ensure the safety and performance of the workers. This paper describes the accomplishment of a user-centred design process of new PPC for offshore workers operating in this area. The user-centred design process was...

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Meeting end user needs in collaborative medical device technology development research projects: A qualitative case study

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1478328

The aim of this case study has been to investigate to what extent user centered design (UCD) methodologies have been applied, how the process and outcomes were perceived by project team members, and what were potential barriers towards meeting end user needs. The case studied was the European Union ...

Authors Strisland Frode Svagård Ingrid Storruste Austad Hanne Opsahl Reitan Jarl
Year 2017
Type Journal publication
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The use of generative techniques in co-design of mHealth technology and healthcare services for COPD patients

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1294030

People suffering from COPD commonly experience exacerbations leading to hospital admissions. mHealth technologies holds a potential for improved healthcare delivery to this group, with a possible impact on preventing COPD exacerbations. Designing appropriate technology and services for people with C...

Authors Das Anita Bøthun Silje Reitan Jarl Dahl Yngve
Year 2015
Type Journal publication
Publication

Ambient Assistive Technology Considered Harmful

https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=CRIStin+1044735

Ambient assistive technology (AAT) is envisioned as a powerful tool for facing the growing demands the demographic change toward an aging society puts on care. While AAT is often expected to increase the quality of life of older people, this paper holds that relevant interventions often embody value...

Authors Dahl Yngve Farshchian Babak A. Kofod-Petersen Anders Bøthun Silje Holbø Kristine Reitan Jarl
Year 2013
Type Part of a book/report
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