Developing an easy-to-use tablet computer application for assessing patient-reported outcomes in patients with cancer

@article{Fromme2010DevelopingAE,
  title={Developing an easy-to-use tablet computer application for assessing patient-reported outcomes in patients with cancer},
  author={Erik K. Fromme and Tawni Kenworthy-Heinige and Michelle R. Hribar},
  journal={Supportive Care in Cancer},
  year={2010},
  volume={19},
  pages={815-822}
}
In order to be practically useful, computer applications for patients with cancer must be easily usable by people with limited computer literacy and impaired vision or dexterity. We describe the usability development process for an application that collects quality of life and symptom information from patients with cancer. Usability testing consisted of user testing with cancer patients to identify initial design problems and a survey to compare the computer application's ease of use between… CONTINUE READING

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