Klinisk proces-eksperiment på Roskilde Amts Sygehus: Brugerdeltagelse og evidensbaseret udvikling

Translated title of the contribution: Participatory Design, Electronic Patient Records, and Evidence-Based IT Development

Jesper Simonsen (Other), Morten Hertzum (Other)

    Research output: Non-textual formSound/Visual production (digital)Research

    Abstract

    This is a documentary movie based on a Participatory Design (PD) project with an Electronic Patient Record (EPR) system. The project represents a breakthrough for PD engagement in large-scale EPR systems within the Danish public sector: - It has led to a new strategy that is driven by PD experiments and focuses on effects on clinical practice when using EPR systems. - It demonstrates that it is possible to configure and implement EPR solutions that the users are satisfied with and that have a documented positive utility value. - It illustrates how EPR can be implemented bottom-up through a step-by-step process in close cooperation with clinical staff. * It outlines how commercial PD projects can be supported by ‘effects-eriven IT development’ – a research approach further described in an article available on the DVD. The project was conducted by Computer Science, Roskilde University, in close collaboration with CSC Scandihealth, Roskilde County EPR Unit, and N61 – the Neurological Stroke Unit, treating acute apoplexy at the Roskilde County Hospital in Denmark. Danish version: Running time: 25 minutes English version: English speak and subtitles. Running time: 23 minutes. Produced through a close collaboration between Computer Science, Roskilde University, CSC Scandihealth, and Roskilde County Hospital. Sponsored by CSC Scandihealth. Filmed by TV-Køge.
    Translated title of the contributionParticipatory Design, Electronic Patient Records, and Evidence-Based IT Development
    Original languageDanish
    Publication date2006
    Place of PublicationRoskilde
    Size25 min.
    Publication statusPublished - 2006

    Bibliographical note

    Original DVD is on request distributed for free: Just send me an email!

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