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Final Summary Report

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Outline for the TIGER Initiative Summary Report

 

Usability and Clinical Application Design Collaborative

 

 

  1. Cover page

    1. The TIGER Initiative: 
    2. Include key terms on cover (technology design, usability evaluations, foundations of human factors)  

 

  1. Acknowledgements – 1 page

    1. Collaborative leaders
    2. Workgroup leaders and participants

 

  1. Executive Summary – 1 page (Michelle and Nancy)
  2. Introduction (overall significance – Nancy and Michelle)

    1. What is usability?
    2. Why is it important?  Significance of human factors, usability for clinical application design, workflow, match with thinking, error prevention and equipment design in particular. Principles are universal to all technology, IT, IS applications. Emphasizes interdisciplinary design where appropriate.
    3. Goals of usability – effectiveness (value to practice, safety, accuracy, match with workflow & thinking) and efficiency (time, productivity) and satisfaction with a & b
    4. Purpose of this discussion
    5. Introduction of key areas (themes, not concepts)

 

5.Major Topics

¨Determining Clinical Information Requirements (task analysis et al.) 

    1. type_doc.gifRequirementsAnalysis_Falan_1.doc
    2. What is this area about? Definition, description (Greg’s group)
    3. Why is it important? Significance for nurses. Relevance of this topic for nurses today (Greg’s group)
    4. Key points about this topic (10-15 key points) (Greg’s group)
    5. Overview summary of 2-3 case studies to link to the key points

                                                               i.      Synthesis of case studies in this area (Denise & Patti’s group)

    1. Key recommendations for vendors (Cheryl’s group)
    2. Key recommendations for practitioners (Cheryl’s group)

 

¨Design of Safe, Usable Clinical Information Technology

    1. What is this area about? Definition, description (Greg’s group) 
    2. type_doc.gifUsabilityDesign_RB.docWhy is it important? Significance for nurses. Relevance of this topic for nurses today (Greg’s group)
    3. Key points about this topic (10-15 key points) (Greg’s group)
    4. Overview summary of 2-3 case studies to link to the key points

                                                               i.      Synthesis of case studies in this area (Denise & Patti’s group)

    1. Key recommendations for vendors (Cheryl’s group)
    2. Key recommendations for practitioners (Cheryl’s group)

 

¨Usability Evaluations (Usability Testing)

    1. What is this area about? Definition, description (Greg’s group)
    2. Why is it important? Significance for nurses. Relevance of this topic for nurses today (Greg’s group)
    3. Key points about this topic (10-15 key points) (Greg’s group)
    4. Overview summary of 2-3 case studies to link to the key points

                                                               i.      Synthesis of case studies in this area (Denise & Patti’s group)

    1. Key recommendations for vendors (Cheryl’s group)
    2. Key recommendations for practitioners (Cheryl’s group)

 

¨Foundations (human factors, human-computer interaction, human information processing, theories)

    1. type_doc.gifHF Theories_Alexander.doc
    2. What is this area about? Definition, description (Greg’s group)
    3. Why is it important? Significance for nurses. Relevance of this topic for nurses today (Greg’s group)
    4. Key points about this topic (10-15 key points) (Greg’s group)
    5. Overview summary of 2-3 case studies to link to the key points

                                                               i.      Synthesis of case studies in this area (Denise & Patti’s group)

    1. Key recommendations for vendors (Cheryl’s group)
    2. Key recommendations for practitioners (Cheryl’s group)
  1. Next steps - action items (Nancy and Michelle)

 

 

 

 Instructions for Authors

TIGER Initiative Summary Report

Style

Please use a double‐spaced format with 1.5” margins.

Type

Use Times Roman throughout in a 12 font.

Format

Use Word. Do not use any special templates.

Headings

Use up to three levels of headings: Section, Subsection, and Sub‐Subsection, clearly marking each level.

Tables

Do these in Word, not Excel.

Graphics

Submit any graphics as separate files in electronic format. Do not import them into Word. PowerPoint does not convert to print.

References

Cite author name/s and year of publication in parentheses: one author (Miller 1991), two authors (Miller and Smith 1994), three authors or more (Miller et al. 1995)

Reference List Style

Journal article: Smith J, Jones M Jr, Houghton L et al (1999) Future of health insurance. N Engl J Med 965:325‐329 (Use the standard abbreviation)

Book: South J. Blass B (2001) The future of modern genomics. Blackwell, London

Book chapter: Brown B, Aaron M (2001) The politics of nature. In: Smith (ed) The rise of modern genomics, 3rd edn. Wiley, New York

Online article: Marshall TG, Marshall FE (2003) New treatments emerge as sacroidosis yields up its secrets. ClinMed NetPrint. http/clinmed.netprints.org/cgi/content.full/2003010001v1. Accessed 24 June 2004 (Be sure to include date last accessed)

 

Planned Presentations & Papers

 

Date
Planned Dissemination & Venue
 
Presenter(s), Author(s)
11/19/08
HIMSS Webinar keynote
“Crucial Conversations to Influence the Design of Clinical Technology?”
Michelle, Nancy, Greg, Denise or Patti and Cheryl
12/31/08
Book chapter
 
Nancy & Michelle
1/15/08
Systematic review of usability research (not really TIGER per se)
 
Greg & Nancy
Date
Potential Dissemination & Venues
 
 
Summer 2009
SINI (hopefully – submissions not due until Feb 2009)
 
TBD
Summer 2009
NI2009 ( submission due Sep 24, 2009)
Not TIGER per se but we could market the materials prn
 
Greg & Nancy
Fall 2009
AMIA (abstracts due spring 2009)
 
TBD
Summer 2009
NI 2009 – Workgroup collaborative summary (abstracts due Sep 24th) Nancy will draft
 
Nancy, Michelle, Patti or Denise, Cheryl, Greg
Summer 2009
Sigma Theta Tau, Int. (abstracts due Dec 10, 2008) Michelle to draft
 
TBD
Fall 2009
AONE – Crucial Conversations on Usability for Nurse Execs
 
TBD
TBD
AMIA NIWG presentation of our summary
 
TBD
TBD
Possible journal outlets for our summary & implications – Computers, Informatics, Nursing, AJN, American Nurse Today, JONA, an educational journal TBD
TBD
TBD
Work with CNO advisory groups for vendors (Michelle will coordinate with Dana Alexander)
TBD
TBD
Educational conference – NLN, NoSD (staff development group)
TBD

 

 

 

 

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