Personal Digital Assistant Uses and Preferences among Clinical Oncologists: A Needs Assessment

  title={Personal Digital Assistant Uses and Preferences among Clinical Oncologists: A Needs Assessment},
  author={Brian Mozelak and Bernard Glassman and Rob Johnston},
A needs assessment was performed to determine user inforniation requirements jbr handheld and mobile personal digital assistants within the clinical oncologv communi@. Quantitative and qualitative data were collected through semi-structured interviews, a survey instrument. and a focus group in order to triangulate thejndings. The data were analped quantitatively for demographics, current practices, and information gathering preferences. and qualitat ivelv for the development of future decision… CONTINUE READING

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