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A framework for comparing video methods used to assess the clinical consultation: a qualitative study
- A. Leong, P. Koczan, S. de Lusignan, I. Sheeler
- Medical informatics and the Internet in medicine
- 1 January 2006
Background. Single-channel video is an established method for assessing clinical consultation in training general practitioners; however, it is hard to infer the body language of the doctor or how… Expand
The feasibility of using UML to compare the impact of different brands of computer system on the clinical consultation.
- P. Kumarapeli, S. de Lusignan, Phil Koczan, B. Jones, I. Sheeler
- Computer Science, Medicine
- Informatics in primary care
We used UML notation to compare the impact of different brands of general practice computer system on the clinical consultation. Expand
Assessing the Impact of Recording Quality Target Data on the GP Consultation Using Multi-Channel Video
A method for assessing the impact of recording quality target data in the clinical consultation for interaction between actors, computer use, non-verbal communication. Expand
Low-cost three-channel video for assessment of the clinical consultation.
Single-channel video is an established method for assessing the clinical consultation; however, it has limitations. While previous research has concluded that three-channel video recording of… Expand