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Self-Anamnesis with a Conversational User Interface: Concept and Usability Study.

 Self-anamnesis is a procedure in which a patient answers questions about the personal medical history without interacting directly with a doctor or medical assistant. If collected digitally, the anamnesis data can be shared among the health care team. In this article, we introduce a concept for digital anamnesis collection and assess the applicability of a conversational user interface (CUI) for realizing a mobile self-anamnesis application.


Evaluation of user satisfaction and usability of a mobile app for smoking cessation.

Mobile apps have a great potential to support patients in healthcare, and to encourage healthy behavioral changes such as smoking cessation. Nevertheless, the user rejection levels are still high. A set of factors that has impact on the app effectiveness is related to the quality of those features that lead to positive user experiences when using the app. This work aims to evaluate the user experience, and more specifically the usability and the user satisfaction with a mobile application for smoking cessat...

Assistive Conversational Agent for Health Coaching: A Validation Study.

 Poor lifestyle represents a health risk factor and is the leading cause of morbidity and chronic conditions. The impact of poor lifestyle can be significantly altered by individual's behavioral modification. Although there are abundant lifestyle promotion applications and tools, they are still limited in providing tailored social support that goes beyond their predefined functionalities. In addition, virtual coaching approaches are still unable to handle user emotional needs. Our approach presents a huma...


FlowSense: A Natural Language Interface for Visual Data Exploration within a Dataflow System.

Dataflow visualization systems enable flexible visual data exploration by allowing the user to construct a dataflow diagram that composes query and visualization modules to specify system functionality. However learning dataflow diagram usage presents overhead that often discourages the user. In this work we design FlowSense, a natural language interface for dataflow visualization systems that utilizes state-of-the-art natural language processing techniques to assist dataflow diagram construction. FlowSense...

Evaluation of Patient's Attitude Towards Computer Supported History Taking.

We provide a highly integrated tool to conduct dynamic, multilingual anamnesis interviews with patients to enhance documentation and provide physicians with more time for patient interaction in an outpatient setting. A first analysis of patients' satisfaction with the user interface shows a high rate of acceptance and prompts further research.

FoldX 5.0: Working with RNA, small molecules and a new graphical interface.

A new version of FoldX, whose main new features allows running classic FoldX commands on structures containing RNA molecules and includes a module that allows parametrization of ligands or small molecules (ParamX) that were not previously recognised in old versions, has been released. An extended FoldX graphical user interface has also being developed (available as a python plugin for the YASARA molecular viewer) allowing user-friendly parametrization of new custom user molecules encoded using JSON format.

An Exploration of a Website Design Process and Results of a Usability Study.

A transition of content management systems provided Kornhauser Health Sciences Library with an opportunity to redesign the library's website to be more user-friendly, efficient, and visually appealing. A multistage approach was taken: (1) informal interviews of various stakeholders from the library, (2) a redesign using information gained from those stakeholders, and (3) a retrospective comparative usability study. This study was conducted with the goal to inform library staff whether the redesigned website...

Evaluation of a Patient-Facing Digital Prototype for Perioperative Risk Assessment.

Preparations for anesthesiological management of patients build on preoperative patient self-reports concerning risk factors and comorbidities. In this setting, electronic documentation could facilitate innovative computerized functions, although patient-facing digital questionnaires require appropriate tools that patients can access effectively. To explore the feasibility of an electronic application for preoperative data acquisition directly from patients, a digital, tablet-based prototypical application ...

Graphical user interface for an easy and reliable construction of input files to CP2K.

Creating input files to atomistic simulations and quantum chemical calculations in the CP2K software package can be a challenge. Here, we present a new graphical user interface to reduce the complexity of the work needed to run a CP2K calculation as well as the risk for making mistakes. The program is called CP2K Editor, and it provides a user-friendly interface for both new and experienced users. CP2K Editor keeps the construction of the input file simple and manageable. The input files are similarly struc...

VisTA: Integrating Machine Intelligence with Visualization to Support the Investigation of Think-Aloud Sessions.

Think-aloud protocols are widely used by user experience (UX) practitioners in usability testing to uncover issues in user interface design. It is often arduous to analyze large amounts of recorded think-aloud sessions and few UX practitioners have an opportunity to get a second perspective during their analysis due to time and resource constraints. Inspired by the recent research that shows subtle verbalization and speech patterns tend to occur when users encounter usability problems, we take the first ste...

Incorporating User Feedback in the Design of a Genetics Analysis Tool: A Two-Part Approach.

While general usability assessment models for websites have been developed for a wide variety of contexts, research literature on incorporating user feedback in the design of online scientific tools is lacking. In this article, we present an approach that we developed and illustrate how it was used to elicit user feedback of the AnalyzeMyVariant tool, which enables geneticists to use family pedigree data to calculate pathogenicity likelihood ratios for variants of unknown significance. We reviewed existing ...

Usability Testing of a Mobile Clinical Decision Support App for Urinary Tract Infection Diagnosis in Nursing Homes.

The aim of the current study was to conduct usability testing of a mobile clinical decision support (CDS) prototype designed for urinary tract infection (UTI) assessment by nurses in nursing homes (NHs). Usability of the UTIDecide smartphone application (app) was evaluated using cognitive walk-through and think-aloud protocol sessions with nurses (n = 6) at two NH sites. This evaluation was followed by unsupervised field tests lasting ≥1 week with nurses at one site (n = 4) and posttest interviews and adm...

Protein at liquid solid interfaces: Toward a new paradigm to change the approach to design hybrid protein/solid-state materials.

This review gives an overview of protein adsorption at solid/liquid interface. Compared to the other ones, we have focus on three main questions with the point of view of the protein. The first question is related to the kinetic and especially the using of Langmuir model to describe the protein adsorption. The second question is about the concept of hard and soft protein. In this part, we report the protein structural modification induced by adsorption regarding their intrinsic structure. This allows formul...

Design and usability assessment of a multi-device SOA-based telecare framework for the elderly.

Telemonitoring is a branch of telehealth that aims at remotely monitoring vital signs, which is important for chronically ill patients and the elderly living alone. The available standalone devices and applications for the self-monitoring of health parameters largely suffer from interoperability problems; meanwhile, telemonitoring medical devices are expensive, selfcontained, and are not integrated into user-friendly technological platforms for the end user. This work presents the technical aspects and usab...

VASABI: Hierarchical User Profiles for Interactive Visual User Behaviour Analytics.

User behaviour analytics (UBA) systems offer sophisticated models that capture users' behaviour over time with an aim to identify fraudulent activities that do not match their profiles. Motivated by the challenges in the interpretation of UBA models, this paper presents a visual analytics approach to help analysts gain a comprehensive understanding of user behaviour at multiple levels, namely individual and group level. We take a user-centred approach to design a visual analytics framework supporting the an...

Vision, an Optical User Interface.

Building Usability Knowledge for Health Information Technology: A Usability-Oriented Analysis of Incident Reports.

 The contribution of usability flaws to patient safety issues is acknowledged but not well-investigated. Free-text descriptions of incident reports may provide useful data to identify the connection between health information technology (HIT) usability flaws and patient safety.

Creating an mHealth App for Colorectal Cancer Screening: User-Centered Design Approach.

Patients are increasingly using mobile health (mHealth) apps to monitor their health and educate themselves about medical issues. Despite the increasing popularity of such apps, poor design and usability often lead to suboptimal continued use of these apps and subsequently to poor adherence to the behavior changes at which they are aimed. One solution to these design problems is for app developers to use user-centered design (UCD) principles to consider the context and needs of users during the development ...

Usability and Efficacy of Neurologic Digital Case Studies to Promote Clinical Decision-Making Skills Among Physical Therapist Students.

Clinical decision-making (CDM) is essential to professional competency but remains a difficult concept to teach and learn. The purpose of this study was to assess usability and efficacy of digital case studies for development of CDM skills within the neurologic physical therapy curriculum.

Eye-tracking retrospective think-aloud as a novel approach for a usability evaluation.

To report on the use of an eye-tracking retrospective think-aloud for usability evaluation and to describe its application in assessing the usability of a mobile health app.

Evaluation of an Anesthesia Dashboard Functional Model Based on a Manufacturer-Independent Communication Standard: Comparative Feasibility Study.

Current anesthesia workspaces consist of several technical devices, such as patient monitors, anesthesia machines, among others. Commonly, they are produced by different manufacturers; thus, they differ in terms of their modus operandi, user interface, and representation of alarms. Merging the information from these devices using a single joint protocol and displaying it in a single graphical user interface could lead to a general improvement in perioperative management. For this purpose, the recently appro...

Evaluation of the usability of an actively actuated arm support.

Dynamic arm supports can be used to increase the autonomy of people with upper limb disabilities, but their usability is often poorly documented. The objective of this study is to evaluate the usability of an actuated arm support (AAS), namely the Gowing power-assisted arm support. Nine participants with neurological disorders restricting their upper limb capacities (DASH = 63.51 ± 7.72) completed various tasks (Upper Extremity Performance Test for the Elderly (TEMPA)) with and without the AAS. Users' sati...

CodonWizard - An intuitive software tool for customizable codon optimization in protein expression efforts with graphical user interface.

Optimization of coding sequences to maximize protein expression yield is often outsourced to external service providers during oligonucleotide synthesis and thus remains a black box for many researchers. The presented software tool CodonWizard offers scientists a free, intuitive, easy-to-use software program for customized codon optimization. It provides features for analysis and completely customized modification/optimization of codon usage of any given input sequence data (protein/RNA/DNA) using combinato...

Semantic Concept Spaces: Guided Topic Model Refinement using Word-Embedding Projections.

We present a framework that allows users to incorporate the semantics of their domain knowledge for topic model refinement while remaining model-agnostic. Our approach enables users to (1) understand the semantic space of the model, (2) identify regions of potential conflicts and problems, and (3) readjust the semantic relation of concepts based on their understanding, directly influencing the topic modeling. These tasks are supported by an interactive visual analytics workspace that uses word-embedding pro...

Development of In-Browser Simulators for Medical Education: Introduction of a Novel Software Toolchain.

Simulators used in teaching are interactive applications comprising a mathematical model of the system under study and a graphical user interface (GUI) that allows the user to control the model inputs and visualize the model results in an intuitive and educational way. Well-designed simulators promote active learning, enhance problem-solving skills, and encourage collaboration and small group discussion. However, creating simulators for teaching purposes is a challenging process that requires many contribut...


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