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Published on 28.01.19 in Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Evaluating the Usefulness of Translation Technologies for Emergency Response Communication: A Scenario-Based Study"

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  1. . Machine translation and fair access to information. Translation Spaces 2020;9(1)
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  2. Panayiotou A, Hwang K, Williams S, Chong TWH, LoGiudice D, Haralambous B, Lin X, Zucchi E, Mascitti‐Meuter M, Goh AMY, You E, Batchelor F. The perceptions of translation apps for everyday health care in healthcare workers and older people: A multi‐method study. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2020;29(17-18):3516
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  3. Vieira LN, O’Hagan M, O’Sullivan C. Understanding the societal impacts of machine translation: a critical review of the literature on medical and legal use cases. Information, Communication & Society 2020;:1
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