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The Swedish MultiG program addresses research issues in distributed multimedia workstation applications, including CSCW, and high-speed networks. This report treats some basic CSCW issues in a distributed design environment. We review and analyse relevant literature on system design and computer supported cooperation and discusses the basic issues: What is(More)
This paper outlines a Computer-Supported Co-operative Work (CSCW) system for primary care and presents from its participatory design process time consumption, costs, and experiences. The system integrates a hypermedia environment, a computerized patient record, and an electronicmessage system. It is developed to coordinate organizational learning in primary(More)
The Collaborative Desktop, CoDesk, consists of a set of generic tools for CSCW, Computer Supported Cooperative Work. The Collaborative Desktop is an attempt to make collaboration a natural part of the daily use of a computer. Our way to achieve this is to put the user in the center of the computing in a similar way that applications and documents are(More)
The mmn purpose of' the e\ aluatton studies IS to make user~ the focus }n an !Ierat]l e dcslgn process b} collecting and synthcslslng lnforrnatlon about users needs and capabillhes. To obtart this goal the studies are dit lded Into sc\ era] d] f'ferenl phases, concem]ng wu-fltlonal (o multimodal computer supported collaboraliorr, using methods such LS(More)
In order to support continuous development of the services in a patient-centered primary care organization, a Computer-Supported Co-operative Work (CSCW) system has been developed. The system structures and supports organizational learning as a daily activity in parallel to clinical work. It is based on coordinated small-group activities in which strategic(More)