Linda Tetzlaff

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We studied the use of an evolving interface style book to evaluate the role of such guidelines in the development of siyle-conforming interface desi M. Although P the designs were judged JO .bc gene~al y col~orming, study participants had sgmficant ddlicxdty m interpreting the guidelines. our designers were manifestl { task oriented and itn atient with(More)
  • L Tetzlaff
  • Journal of the American Medical Informatics…
  • 1997
OBJECTIVE To explore the informatic requirements in the home care of chronically ill patients. DESIGN A number of strategies were deployed to help evoke a picture of home care informatics needs: A detailed questionnaire evaluating informational needs and assessing programmable technologies was distributed to a clinic population of parents of children with(More)
PURPOSE Two patient education CD-ROMs were converted to a web-based environment. This article reports on users' evaluations of the programs' usability and content. DESCRIPTION OF EVALUATION: Subscribers to a center's web newsletter were asked to view one of two web programs and to complete a survey. The first 150 respondents were offered a free patient(More)
An experiment on transfer of learning using text editors revealed significant differences in performance, based on the learning experience of the subjects. The set of commands of a text editor was divided into four subsets. Different groups of subjects learned these subsets in different orders. Depending on the order of learning, subjects formed different(More)
The distribution of blood group antigen H(O), peanut lectin receptor (PNL-R) (a precursor to the MN blood group antigens), and carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) was examined in 15 squamous cell carcinomas, 10 keratoacanthomas, 17 squamous dysplasias, and 5 normal controls using immunoperoxidase techniques. All controls and 8 carcinomas, 10 keratoacanthomas, 14(More)
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