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

Jesper Simonsen, Morten Hertzum

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Resumé

One of the five regions in Denmark has initiated a remark-able and alternative strategy for the development of Elec-tronic Patient Record (EPR) systems. This strategy is driven by Participatory Design (PD) experiments and based on evidence of positive effects on the clinical practice when using EPR systems. We present this PD strategy and our related research on evidence-based IT development. We report from a newly completed PD experiment with EPR in the region conducted through a close collaboration compris-ing a neurological stroke unit, the region’s EPR unit, the vendor, as well as the authors.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelPDC 2006: Ninth Biennial Conference on Participatory Design, Vol II
RedaktørerG. Jacucci, F. Kensing, I. Wagner, J. Blomberg
Antal sider4
ForlagCPSR
Publikationsdato2006
Sider125-128
ISBN (Trykt)0-9667818-4-8
StatusUdgivet - 2006
BegivenhedPDC 2006: Ninth Biennial Conference on Participatory Design - Trento, Italien
Varighed: 1 aug. 20065 aug. 2006
Konferencens nummer: 9

Konference

KonferencePDC 2006: Ninth Biennial Conference on Participatory Design
Nummer9
LandItalien
ByTrento
Periode01/08/200605/08/2006

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    Simonsen, J., & Hertzum, M. (2006). A Regional PD Strategy for EPR Systems: Evidence-Based IT Development. I G. Jacucci, F. Kensing, I. Wagner, & J. Blomberg (red.), PDC 2006: Ninth Biennial Conference on Participatory Design, Vol II (s. 125-128). CPSR.
    Simonsen, Jesper ; Hertzum, Morten. / A Regional PD Strategy for EPR Systems: Evidence-Based IT Development. PDC 2006: Ninth Biennial Conference on Participatory Design, Vol II. red. / G. Jacucci ; F. Kensing ; I. Wagner ; J. Blomberg. CPSR, 2006. s. 125-128
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