User-Centered Evaluation Model for Medical Digital Libraries

@inproceedings{Kostkova2008UserCenteredEM,
  title={User-Centered Evaluation Model for Medical Digital Libraries},
  author={Patty Kostkova and Gemma Madle},
  booktitle={K4HelP},
  year={2008}
}
It remains unclear whether the recent explosion of medical Internet Digital Libraries (DLs), enabled by substantial investments into eHealth by national governments and international agencies, has brought the desired improvements. As ultimately life-critical applications, medical DLs play a crucial role in delivering evidence to professionals and empowering patients. However, little attention has been given to impact evaluation with domain experts in real settings to assess whether they… CONTINUE READING

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