HomeCI - A visual editor for healthcare professionals in the design of home based care

CD Nugent, RJ Davies, J Hallberg, Mark Donnelly, K Synnes, M Poland, JG Wallace, D Finlay, MD Mulvenna, D Craig

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Abstract

The demands of introducing a more practical means of managing and monitoring technology within the home environment to support independent living are increasing. Within this paper we present a prototype solution, referred to as HomeCI, which allows healthcare professionals to establish the conditions/rules within which technology in the home should operate. The HomeCI concept is based on the use of visual notation and has been designed for use by healthcare professionals with a non technical background. Within the paper we present the design of the first version of the HomeCI visual editor and present the results of a usability study conducted on 4 healthcare professionals.
LanguageEnglish
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Pages2787-2790
Number of pages4
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Publication statusPublished - Aug 2007
Event29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society - Lyon, France
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HomeCI - A visual editor for healthcare professionals in the design of home based care. / Nugent, CD; Davies, RJ; Hallberg, J; Donnelly, Mark; Synnes, K; Poland, M; Wallace, JG; Finlay, D; Mulvenna, MD; Craig, D.

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