Christian Mogensen

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In this paper, we present an architecture, called "ComMentor", which provides a platform for third−party providers of lightweight super−structures to material provided by conventional content providers. It enables people to share structured in−place annotations about arbitrary on−line documents. The system is part of a general "virtual document"(More)
We describe the interaction design for a set of facilities that enable users of an augmented version of the NCSA Mosaic browser to read, write, and filter for annotations on arbitrary segments of WorldWide Web documents, and share them with any other such user. INTRODUCTION Shared annotations associated with networked information resources allow people to(More)
BACKGROUND Time is a crucial factor in an emergency department and the effectiveness of diagnosing depends on, among other things, the accessibility of rapid reported laboratory test results; i.e.: a short turnaround time (TAT). Former studies have shown a reduced time to action when point of care technologies (POCT) are used in emergency departments. This(More)
BACKGROUND Emergency Departments (ED) have a high flow of patients and time is often crucial. New technologies for laboratory analysis have been developed, including Point of Care Technologies (POCT), which can reduce the transport time and time of analysis significantly compared with central laboratory services. However, the question is if the time to(More)
BACKGROUND Surprisingly little is known about the most efficient organization of admissions to an emergency hospital. It is important to know, who should be in front when the GP requests an acute admission. The aim of the study was to analyse how experienced ED nurses perform when assessing requests for admissions, compared with hospital physicians. (More)