Articles about 헬스케어

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Design for Care (book cover)

Peter H. Jones의 Design for Care 논평. 의료 서비스 시스템에 디자인적 사고 적용. [자세히 읽기]

후방 가족 지원

Closeup of patient chart

미국 재향군인 사무국(U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)은 ‘Clinic-in-Hand’라 불리는 시범 사업의 한 부분이 될 애플리케이션을 위한 요구 사항을 정의하는 작업에 심한 부상을 입은 재향 군인의 가족 간호인들을 참가하게 하였습니다. [자세히 읽기]

모바일 데이터 수집

Mobile app screen

펜과 종이를 이용한 전형적인 데이터 수집 방법은 시간을 낭비하며 데이터 정확성, 특히 현장 조사에서 사용할 경우에는 몇몇 결점 이 있습니다. [자세히 읽기]

토탈 리콜: 의료기기 사용성을 간과한 결과

Leg with the words No surgery here no no no written on it

지난 5년 동안, 미국 식품의약국(FDA)은 사용하기 어렵다는 이유로 50개 이상의 의료기기를 회수하였습니다. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Engaging with Mental Health: Opportunity for Collaboration

screencap of computer game

(English) Collaboration between human-computer interaction (HCI) and mental health professionals can play a valuable role in future research on mental health technologies. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Language Barriers in Healthcare Information: Communicating with Bilingual Users

(English) When adapting online health information for Latinos, employ “transcreation” or adaptation based on design guidelines that encompass cultural and linguistic needs, rather than just translation. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Developing a Symbol System for the Healthcare Industry

Health symbols

(English) A project to create symbols to help patients and families navigate through hospitals, in any language or with low literacy. [자세히 읽기]

(English) World Usability Day 2007-2008: Healthcare

(English) This year’s World Usability Day emphasizes usability in healthcare. In matters of our health, having products and services work better is essential. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Patient Safety and Usability: Experiences in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

(English) The patient safety movement acknowledge the importance of usability in tools, processes, and environments to foster systems resistant to human error. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Capturing User Requirements in Health and Social Care: Applying UML for unambiguous communication

(English) An approach to the Unified Modeling Language that captured what is possibly the most comprehensive set of aging healthcare requirements documented in Australia, and possibly worldwide. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Learning about Clinical Trials: The importance of viewpoint

(English) This project was user-centered research into how cancer patients and their families look for information about cancer, its treatments, and how to search for clinical trials. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Social Health Networking: A popular online format in unfamiliar territory

(English) Revolution Health explored how one could leverage the dynamic world of social networking in providing targeted support toward better health goals. [자세히 읽기]

(English) The View from Here: A Perfect Storm in the ICU

(English) The information design and usability community have a superb opportunity to partner with clinicians to design the tools that will help us overcome ICU challenges. [자세히 읽기]

(English) What’s News: Demonstrating Usability of Medical Records

(English) Medical Records Institute launched EMRCompare, a website that compares electronic medical records programs on usability, costs and functionalities. [자세히 읽기]

(English) Auditory Displays in Healthcare

(English) How might an auditory display provide background confirmation when all is well, but attract attention when there is an important change? [자세히 읽기]

(English) What’s News: Make it Easy

(English) The Arthritis Foundation’s Ease of Use Commendation program seeks to identify products that are easy to use by people with arthritis. [자세히 읽기]

(English) What’s Love Got to Do with It? (Issue 1.3)

Magazine cover

(English) Articles on the ROI of usability and designing for emotions. (Full text not available) [자세히 읽기]