The conference at Vitalis 2023 consists of several tracks with panel discussions, keynote presentations and studio talks. Most of the content will also be available online via live broadcasts and recorded lectures, available on demand.
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Track: MIE: Citizen health informaticsAll sessions
Providing seamless health care to homeless people and refugees is a challenge. Established solutions of medical informatics for information sharing often do not work in these settings. Innovative solutions addressing not only technical issues, but also social and ethical issues are needed for building a trustful digital ecosphere for this vulnerable population. In this workshop, we want to explore the problem in more detail and discuss possible solutions from several perspectives. The workshop is intended to be the starting point to build a European expert consortium that is motivated to further work on this problem and to explore, develop, implement and evaluate possible solutions.
The shortage of skilled nursing personnel is – among other reasons – due to the low attractiveness of the profession, comprising high workloads and atypical working hours. Studies show that speech-based documentation systems increase documentation efficiency and satisfaction of physicians. This paper describes the development process of a speech-based application to support nurses, according to the user-centered design approach. User requirements were collected based on interviews (n=6) as well as observations (n=6) in three institutions and were evaluated by means of qualitative content analysis. A prototype of the derived system architecture was implemented. Based on a usability test (n=3), further potentials for improvement were determined. The resulting application enables nurses to dictate personal notes, share them with colleagues and transmit notes to the existing documentation system. We conclude that the user-centered approach ensures the extensive consideration of the nursing staff’s requirements and shall be continued for further development.
A Web-based Public Health Intervention for Addressing Vaccine Misinformation: Analysis of Learner Engagement and Shift in Hesitancy to Vaccinate
Wednesday May 24, 2023 16:30 - 16:45 G3
MIE: Citizen health informatics, English, On site only, Presentation, Inspiration, Introductory, Management/decision makers, Technicians/IT/Developers, Researchers, Patient/user organizations, Actual examples (good/bad), Education (verification), Innovation/research
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This presentation concerns the results of pilot study conducted to provide directions for prescription of mHealth in Denmark.