Affiliation: University College London
- Implementing digital resources for clinicians' and patients' varying needsAnne Adams
UCL Interaction Centre, London, UK
Med Inform Internet Med 30:107-22. 2005..Broad guidelines derived from these findings are provided for health-informatics deployment...
- Patient information needs: pre- and post-consultationSimon J Attfield
UCLIC Remax House, 31 32 Alfred Place, London, UK
Health Informatics J 12:165-77. 2006..The study has revealed that having confidence in health practitioners is one key motiva- tion for information seeking. Another is a desire to use health service resources judiciously, efficiently and effectively...
- Exploring the benefits of user education: a review of three case studiesJeannette Murphy
Royal Free and University College Medical School, Centre for Health Informatics and Multi professional Education, Highgate Hill, London, UK
Health Info Libr J 22:45-58. 2005..The general conclusion to emerge from this review of case studies is that the concept of educational benefits is very broad and that empirical studies need to look at both obvious and less obvious benefits...
- HDLalert - a healthcare DL alerting system: from user needs to implementationAnnika Hinze
Department of Computer Science, University of Waikato PB 3105, Hamilton, New Zealand
Health Informatics J 12:121-35. 2006..We introduce a novel alerting architecture that can provide a finely tailored stream of alerts to the user, and provides further support to assist the interpretation of received material...