Using Nonexperts for Annotating Pharmacokinetic Drug-Drug Interaction Mentions in Product Labeling: A Feasibility Study.

@article{Hochheiser2016UsingNF,
  title={Using Nonexperts for Annotating Pharmacokinetic Drug-Drug Interaction Mentions in Product Labeling: A Feasibility Study.},
  author={Harry Hochheiser and Yifan Ning and Andres Hernandez and John R. Horn and Rebecca Jacobson and Richard D. Boyce},
  journal={JMIR research protocols},
  year={2016},
  volume={5 2},
  pages={e40}
}
BACKGROUND Because vital details of potential pharmacokinetic drug-drug interactions are often described in free-text structured product labels, manual curation is a necessary but expensive step in the development of electronic drug-drug interaction information resources. The use of nonexperts to annotate potential drug-drug interaction (PDDI) mentions in drug product label annotation may be a means of lessening the burden of manual curation. OBJECTIVE Our goal was to explore the practicality… CONTINUE READING