F. van Stiphout

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AIMS Educating physicians in the procedural as well as cognitive skills of information technology (IT)-mediated medication management could be one of the missing links for the improvement of patient safety. We aimed to compose a framework of tasks that need to be addressed to optimize medication management in outpatient care. METHODS Formal task analysis:(More)
  • F. van Stiphout, J.E.F Zwart-van Rijkom, J.E.C.M. Aarts, H. Koffijberg, E. Klarenbeek-deJonge, M. Krulder +3 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Using information technology for medication management is an opportunity to help physicians to improve the quality of their documentation and communication and ultimately to improve patient care and patient safety. Physician education is necessary to take full advantage of information technology systems. In this trial, we seek to determine the(More)
Physicians have many information needs that arise at the point of care yet go unmet for a variety of reasons, including uncertainty about which information resources to select. In this study, we aimed to identify the various types of physician information needs and how these needs relate to physicians' use of the database PubMed and the evidence summary(More)
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