Usability flaws of medication-related alerting functions: A systematic qualitative review

@article{Marcilly2015UsabilityFO,
  title={Usability flaws of medication-related alerting functions: A systematic qualitative review},
  author={Romaric Marcilly and Elske Ammenwerth and Francis Vasseur and Erin Roehrer and Marie-Catherine Beuscart-Z{\'e}phir},
  journal={Journal of biomedical informatics},
  year={2015},
  volume={55},
  pages={260-71}
}
INTRODUCTION Medication-related alerting functions may include usability flaws that limit their optimal use. A first step on the way to preventing usability flaws is to understand the characteristics of these usability flaws. This systematic qualitative review aims to analyze the type of usability flaws found in medication-related alerting functions. METHOD Papers were searched via PubMed, Scopus and Ergonomics Abstracts databases, along with references lists. Paper selection, data extraction… CONTINUE READING
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