Citation Policy

At Successful Human Factors™, we encourage the use of our insights to stimulate conversations aimed at enhancing human factors practices in the MedTech industry. However, to maintain the integrity of our original content, we’ve established these citation guidelines:

  1. The SHF 2.0 framework, associated research, and its content constitute the intellectual property of Dr. Katia M. Rojas. Any unauthorized use or adaptation of this material is strictly prohibited.
  2. All references to our content must be precise and truthful.
  3. Prior approval is necessary for the inclusion of our content or any mention of Successful Human Factors™ (or our team) in marketing materials or the sort.
  4. Our content cannot be used in materials that promote the products of competitors.
  5. We highly recommend linking to and referencing our published content, provided it complies with our guidelines.
  6. When citing data from specific studies, you must include the study’s full name or link to an XM Institute page with the study.
  7. If you intend to use our graphics, you must retain the copyright notice and seek pre-approval for any alterations.
  8. If you have questions about citing Successful Human Factors™ content, it’s best to assume that pre-approval is required. Feel free to contact us.

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