Understanding Human-Computer Interactions in Restricted Clinical Environments


INTRODUCTION: Conducting research on human-computer interaction and information retrieval requires unobtrusive observations within existing network architectures.

STATE OF THE ART: Most of the available tools are not suitable to be applied within restricted clinical systems. The specific requirements hinder analysis of the human factors in health sciences.

CONCEPT: We identified extensions for popular web browsers as a suitable way to conduct studies in highly regulated environments.

IMPLEMENTATION: Considering the specialized requirements and an adequate level of transparency for the recorded clinician, we developed an open-source Web Extension compatible with major web browsers.

LESSONS LEARNED: We identified the challenges associated with the specific tool and are preparing its use to understand clinical reasoning in personalized oncology.

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StatusVeröffentlicht - 12.09.2023
PubMed 37697846