Supporting the Ubiquitous Doctor

@article{Ferraz2010SupportingTU,
  title={Supporting the Ubiquitous Doctor},
  author={Carlos Andr{\'e} Guimar{\~a}es Ferraz and Juliana R. Basto Diniz},
  journal={Int. J. Adv. Pervasive Ubiquitous Comput.},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={1-23}
}
In health service environments, support to mobility is an important issue, given that the mobility of the medical professionals is inherent to the organizational structure of healthcare entities, such as hospitals and medical centers. The concept of the “Ubiquitous Doctor†refers to a doctor that works anytime, anywhere and uses any computer device. For doing this, the doctor needs support to migrate a work session started on a device to another one, either for convenience (more comfort) or… 

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