- Hamish SF Fraser, University of Leeds
- Adam B Wilcox, Intermountain Healthcare
- Paul Taylor, University College London
- Giulia Mangiameli, BioMed Central
The views of three groups in the landscape of computerized clinical decision support (CDS) vary significantly regarding content sharing and legal issues, which could move the field forward if addressed.
The use of blogs and reminders improves diabetes self-management, in spite of barriers such as distress and frustration when completing the tasks.
Time pressure does not affect nurses’ quality of choices, but accelerates judgement strategies and outcomes in a simulated acute care setting, which is a surprise compared to results from other studies.
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