The long and twisting path : An efficiency evaluation of an electronic whiteboard system

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  • Document Type:
    Electronic Resource
  • Online Access:
    Enabling Health and Heralthcare through ICT
    Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
  • Additional Information
    • Publisher Information:
      IOS Press
    • Added Details:
      L. Courtney, Karen
      Shabestari, Omid
      Kuo, Alex
      Rasmussen, Rasmus
      Kushniruk, Andre
    • Abstract:
      Electronic whiteboard systems are becoming increasingly popular as replacements for the dry-erase whiteboards previously used for communication and workflow coordination at Emergency Departments. With this it also becomes increasingly important that these systems do not disrupt or delay the working practices of the departments where they are taken into use. Usability evaluations should therefore be employed as part of developing and implementing these systems. We report on a subset of the results from a larger usability study of a electronic whiteboard and find that there are inefficiencies, which could be mitigated by a relatively simple redesign and thus improve the usability of the system.
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      Open access content. Open access content
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      5
      Enabling Health and Heralthcare through ICT
      English
    • Other Numbers:
      RKU oai:rudar.ruc.dk:1800/10349
      Rasmussen , R & Kushniruk , A 2013 , ' The long and twisting path : An efficiency evaluation of an electronic whiteboard system ' . in K L. Courtney , O Shabestari & A Kuo (eds) , Enabling Health and Heralthcare through ICT : available, tailored and closer . IOS Press , Amsterdam . Studies in Health Technology and Informatics , vol. 183
      conference
      978-1-61499-202-8
      0926-9630
      PURE: 38628695
      PURE UUID: f731c5d1-734c-47d5-93d2-2215d143801d
      828947439
    • Contributing Source:
      ROSKILDE UNIV LIBR
      From OAIsterĀ®, provided by the OCLC Cooperative.
    • Accession Number:
      edsoai.ocn828947439
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