Designing man-machine interactions for mobile clinical systems: MET triage support using Palm handhelds

@article{Michalowski2007DesigningMI,
  title={Designing man-machine interactions for mobile clinical systems: MET triage support using Palm handhelds},
  author={Wojtek Michalowski and Marta Kersten and Szymon Wilk and Roman Slowinski},
  journal={European Journal of Operational Research},
  year={2007},
  volume={177},
  pages={1409-1417}
}
∗ Corresponding author. MET Research Team School of Management University of Ottawa Ottawa, Ontario K1N 6N5 Canada tel.+1 613 562-5800 x.4955 wojtek@management.uottawa.ca Abstract The Mobile Emergency Triage (MET) system is a clinical triage support system that aids emergency personnel in making triage decisions as to whether a child presenting in the Emergency Department with a specific pain complaint should be discharged to the family physician, needs to be admitted for further investigation… CONTINUE READING
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