Applying ISO 9241-110 dialogue principles to tablet applications in emergency medical services.

@inproceedings{Mentler2013ApplyingI9,
  title={Applying ISO 9241-110 dialogue principles to tablet applications in emergency medical services.},
  author={Tilo Mentler and Michael Herczeg},
  booktitle={ISCRAM},
  year={2013}
}
In the safetyand time-critical context of pre-hospital medical care, usability is a major challenge that needs to be addressed, because interaction problems or errors may have serious consequences for patients as well as employees of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). In this regard, a user-centered human-computer interface is a crucial factor for efficient usage as well as user acceptance. Well-established design principles can serve as directives throughout the analysis, design, implementation… CONTINUE READING

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