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Understanding the social contexts in which actions and interactions take place is of utmost importance for planning one's goals and activities. People use social practices as means to make sense of their environment, assessing how that context relates to past, common experiences, culture and capabilities. Social practices can therefore simplify deliberation and planning in complex contexts. In the context of patient-centered planning, hospitals seek means to ensure that patients and theirdoi:10.5220/0006580904050412 dblp:conf/icaart/LarsenDVD18 fatcat:w34aylluf5h23bd2hrrlgcizme