publication . Other literature type . 2017

Nurses perceptions of a user friendly interface

Alshafai, Fatimah;
  • Published: 31 Jan 2017
  • Publisher: Monash University
Abstract
Introduction: The successful implementation of clinical information systems depends to a large extent on its usability. Usability can be achieved by a strong focus on interface quality. With a focus on improving the quality of patient care, growing numbers of clinical information systems have been advertised as being "user-friendly". However, the term "user-friendly" may not be quite accurate and in some circumstances could be misleading. Within a clinical setting, an interface designed as easy to use could be difficult to use, disappointing and time consuming for health professionals. Reviewed literature did not provide sufficient answers for how nurses describ...
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free text keywords: Uncategorized, restricted access and full embargo, user-friendly interfaces, user-friendliness features, thesis(masters), 1959.1/1152223, clinical information systems, ethesis-20150331-11280, monash:152575, 2014, end-user interfaces, usability
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