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Due to recent reforms, the demands on the people working in community-oriented health care service are increasing. The individual providers need professional knowledge and skills to perform their tasks quickly and safely. The individuals are also confronted with new tasks and situations of which they lack experience. At the same time, the resources for(More)
Insufficient requirements analysis has recently been suggested as a problem in clinical decision-support systems development. Therefore, to explore knowledge, practices and attitudes, key professionals in the area from four countries were interviewed regarding the early phases in the development process. For data collection, semi-structured interviews were(More)
Based on a grounded theory framework, this paper analyses the quality characteristics for methods to be used for requirements engineering in the development of medical decision support systems (MDSS). The results from a Quality Function Deployment (QFD) used to rank functions connected to user value and a focus group study were presented to a validation(More)
OBJECTIVE To identify what pharmacy students learn during the 6-month advanced pharmacy practice experience (APPE) in Sweden. METHODS Semi-structured interviews were conducted with 18 pharmacy APPE students and 17 pharmacist preceptors and analyzed in a qualitative directed content analysis using a defined workplace learning typology for categories. (More)
In this paper, a designing process and implementation details of an intelligent Bluetooth-enabled robot car are described. The robot car is wirelessly remote controlled via Bluetooth. In addition, a comparative analysis of the different kinds of sensors, which are useful in robot cars, is provided. Moreover, a review of the wireless robot car remote(More)
Preface This document is the first deliverable of work package JRA 2.1 on Mechanisms and Protocols for Controlled Bandwidth Sharing. The deliverable contains two main parts; a taxonomy of congestion control and a number of state-of-the-art surveys on selected topics. The broad selection of topics reflects the current research interests of the partners and(More)
The building sector is a major energy consumer and CO<sub>2</sub> emitter, being responsible for approximately 40% of the total consumption in the EU. Active demand side participation of electricity customers is seen as crucial in the management and reduction of the building sector's CO<sub>2</sub> emissions. However, today's electricity markets are often(More)
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