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Title Context sensitive health informatics : human and sociotechnical approaches / edited by Marie-Catherine Beuscart-Zéphir, Monique Jaspers, Craig Kuziemsky, Christian Nøhr and Jos Aarts
Published Amsterdam : IOS Press, [2013]
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 211 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Studies in health technology and informatics, 0926-9630 ; 194
Studies in health technology and informatics ; v. 194. 0926-9630
Contents Context sensitive health informatics: concepts, methods and tools / Craig Kuziemsky, Christian Nøhr, Jos Aarts, Monique Jaspers and Marie-Catherine Beuscart-Zephir -- Part A. Keynote presentations. Stasis and adaptation / Enrico Coiera -- Technology-induced errors: where do they come from and what can we do about them? / Elizabeth M. Borycki -- Part B. Standards and information contextualization. How standards will degrade the concepts of the art of medicine / Lars Botin -- Sociotechnical systems as innovation systems in the medical and health domain / Helena Lindgren -- Contextualisation of clinical information from fragmented health records / Gert Galster -- Clinical handover improvement in context: exploring tensions between user-centred approaches and standardization / Ming Chao Wong, Paul Turner and Kwang Chien Yee -- A framework for reporting on human factor/usability studies of health information technologies / Linda W. Peute [and others] -- Part C. Patients and information technology. Using patient-reported experiences for pharmacovigilance? / Samantha A. Adams -- The temporal landscape of residential aged care facilities: implications for context-sensitive health technology / Andrew Georgiou, Amina Tariq and Johanna I. Westbrook -- Contextual constraints for the design of patient-centered health IT tools / Michael J. Gonzales, Maria Francesca O'Connor and Laurel D. Riek -- A design to empower patients in long term wellbeing monitoring and chronic disease management in mHealth / Yunqiu Li, Tom Owen, Harold Thimbleby, Na Sun and Pei-Luen Patrick Rau -- Part D. Usability test and evaluation. The usability-error ontology / Peter L. Elkin [and others] -- The role of human factors when evaluating information accountability for eHealth systems / Randike Gajanayake, Tony Sahama and Bill Lane -- Safety-oriented usability test of a semi-automated unit dose system: role of task allocation between human and machine / Sylvia Pelayo [and others] -- Part E. Work tasks and related contexts. Information gaps in reporting patient falls: the challenges and technical solutions / Lei Hua and Yang Gong -- Extended communication possibilities for nurses: taking context into consideration / Joakim Klemets and Lill Kristiansen -- How to co-develop services, work, and information systems in healthcare: the daisy approach / Mikko Korpela [and others] -- Coordination considerations of healthcare information technology / Craig E. Kuziemsky and Pam Bush -- Impact of the context of use analysis for the extension of an existing medical device: an analgesia monitor case study / Romaric Marcilly [and others] -- Part F. Human factors and simulation. Fidelity in clinical simulation: how low can you go? / Sanne Jensen, Christian Nøhr and Stine Loft Rasmussen -- Using clinical and computer simulations to reason about the impact of context on system safety and technology-induced error / Andre W. Kushniruk [and others] -- Digital communication to support clinical supervision: considering the human factors / Carey Mather, Annette Marlow and Elizabeth Cummings -- Exploring the contextual and human factors of electronic medication reconciliation research: a scoping review / Helen Monkman, Elizabeth M. Borycki, Andre W. Kushniruk and Mu-Hsing Kuo -- Clinical simulation as a boundary object in design of health IT-systems / Stine Loft Rasmussen, Sanne Jensen and Karen Marie Lyng -- Part G. Context and systems design. Essential questions: accuracy, errors and user perceptions in a drag/drop user-composable electronic health record / Yalini Senathirajah, David Kaufman and Suzanne Bakken -- Understanding the information dynamics of medication administration in residential aged care facilities (RACFs): a prerequisite for design of effective ICT systems / Amina Tariq, Andrew Georgiou and Johanna Westbrook -- Using personas as an intermediate construct in the development of tailored messages: a case study / Sandra Vosbergen [and others] -- Collecting data in real time with postcards / Kwang Chien Yee [and others]
Summary "Healthcare information technologies are now routinely deployed in a variety of healthcare contexts. These contexts differ widely, but the smooth integration of IT systems is crucial, so the design, implementation, and evaluation of safe, effective, efficient and easy to adopt health informatics involves careful consideration of both human and organizational factors. This book presents the proceedings of the Context Sensitive Health Informatics (CSHI) conference, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, in August 2013. The theme of this year's conference is human and sociotechnical approaches. The Human Factors approach is distinctly design-driven and aims to optimize performance, safety and users' sense of well-being associated with their use of a system through the application of user-centered systems design and evaluation. The papers and presentations included here are grouped under the topics: patients and IT; usability test and evaluation; work tasks and related contexts; human factors and simulation; and context and systems design, and outline theories and models for studying contextual issues and insights related to how health information technologies can be better designed to accommodate different healthcare contexts. Healthcare organizations, health policy makers and regulatory bodies globally are starting to acknowledge this essential role of human and organizational factors for safe and effective health information technology. This book will be of interest to all those involved in improving the quality of healthcare worldwide"--Publisher's description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Medical informatics.
Medical Informatics -- organization & administration.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1614992932 (electronic bk.)
9781614992936 (electronic bk.)