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Conference Paper: Human factors and ergonomic concerns and future considerations for consumer health information technology in home nursing care

TitleHuman factors and ergonomic concerns and future considerations for consumer health information technology in home nursing care
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Issue Date2008
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Proceedings Of The Human Factors And Ergonomics Society, 2008, v. 2, p. 850-854 How to Cite?
AbstractSicker patients with greater care needs are being discharged to their homes to assume responsibility for their own care with fewer nurses available to aid them. This situation brings with :t a host of human factors and ergonomic (HFE) concerns, both for the home care nurse and the home care patient, which can affect quality of care and patient safety. Many of these concerns are related to the critical home care tasks of information access, communication, and patient self-management. Currently, a variety of consumer health information technologies (CIIITs) are being promoted as possible solutions to those problems, but those same technologies bring with them a new set of HFE concerns. This article reviews the HFE considerations for information access, communication, and patient self-management, discusses how CHIT can potentially mitigate current problems, and explains how the design and implementation of CHIT itself requires careful HFE attention.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/158829
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dc.description.abstractSicker patients with greater care needs are being discharged to their homes to assume responsibility for their own care with fewer nurses available to aid them. This situation brings with :t a host of human factors and ergonomic (HFE) concerns, both for the home care nurse and the home care patient, which can affect quality of care and patient safety. Many of these concerns are related to the critical home care tasks of information access, communication, and patient self-management. Currently, a variety of consumer health information technologies (CIIITs) are being promoted as possible solutions to those problems, but those same technologies bring with them a new set of HFE concerns. This article reviews the HFE considerations for information access, communication, and patient self-management, discusses how CHIT can potentially mitigate current problems, and explains how the design and implementation of CHIT itself requires careful HFE attention.en_US
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