Clinical Process

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    The project formed the establishment of the effects-driven IT development research theme focusing on how desired effects can be identified and specified in collaboration with users, how can methods for measuring those effects be devised, and how realistic experiments can be conducted in order to measure effects of system usage during real work processes? The project has proven that it is possible to implement an EPR solution, measure the effects gained by the clinicians when using the system and hereby documenting the utility value that can be obtained. The project is co-funded by CSC Scandihealth and Region Zealand.
    StatusAfsluttet
    Effektiv start/slut dato01/08/200531/12/2007

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    Publikationer

    Sustained Participatory Design: Extending the Iterative Approach

    Simonsen, J. & Hertzum, M., 2012, I : Design Issues. 28, 3, s. 10-21 12 s.

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    Effects-Driven IT Development: A Strategy for Sustained Participatory Design and Implementation

    Hertzum, M. & Simonsen, J., 2010, Proceedings of the 11th Biennial Conference on Participatory Design: Participation – the challenge. Bødker, K., Bratteteig, T., Loi, D. & Robertson, T. (red.). Association for Computing Machinery, s. 61-70 10 s.

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    Iterative participatory design

    Simonsen, J. & Hertzum, M., 2010, Design Research: Synergies from Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Simonsen, J., Bærenholdt, J. O., Büscher, M. & Scheuer, J. D. (red.). 1 udg. London: Routledge, Bind 1. s. 16-32 17 s.

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    A Regional PD Strategy for EPR Systems: Evidence-Based IT Development

    Simonsen, J. & Hertzum, M., 2006, PDC 2006: Ninth Biennial Conference on Participatory Design, Vol II. Jacucci, G., Kensing, F., Wagner, I. & Blomberg, J. (red.). CPSR, s. 125-128 4 s.

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