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Foraging for Information in the EHR: The Search for Adherence Related Information by Mental Health Clinicians

Bryan Gibson, Jorie Butler, Maryan Zirkle, Kenric Hammond, Charlene Weir
2017 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Providers' information search strategies for complex constructs are at times non-intuitive; implications for the design of EHR summarization tools are discussed.  ...  In this project we sought to qualitatively describe clinician's search for information related to the complex construct of adherence.  ...  After completing the chart review, clinicians participated in a semi-structured interview intended to probe for information goals and search strategies for adherence related information ( the Appendix  ... 
pmid:28269856 pmcid:PMC5333196 fatcat:ojymksiw6fgc5j56spvuh3mxey

ClinRefLink: implementation of infobutton-like functionality in a commercial clinical information system incorporating concepts from textual documents

Michael I Oppenheim, Debra Rand, Catherine Barone, Richard Hom
2009 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Clinical information systems offer an opportunity to provide clinicians with medical reference materials during clinical encounters when the information is most beneficial.  ...  In the first 30 days after implementation, 1018 reference searches were performed. The characteristics of the clinicians and the clinical context of the search terms are described.  ...  Laboratory Data Laboratory data for the currently selected patient is processed to provide the clinician with search terms most likely to provide useful information.  ... 
pmid:20351904 pmcid:PMC2815397 fatcat:42n43lpx6fdd5fcm53qd6pgbvu

Clinicians' satisfaction with Grateful Med: an exploratory study

C M Burroughs
1989 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
End-user search software is designed to simplify online searching for the casual searcher.  ...  to their information needs.  ...  for the clinician than for the researcher.  ... 
pmid:2655780 pmcid:PMC227302 fatcat:vlu66r744je6zookrigyjoogt4

Clinical Informatics Consult Service Positively Affects Some Clinical Decisions in the ICU

Jennifer Kelson
2009 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
The evaluation form asked clinicians to record the time spent on their own searches, sources of information consulted including colleagues, the immediate and future impact of the information provided (  ...  Pre-consult forms, completed at the time of the request, examined reasons for the request and the clinical actions clinicians thought might be influenced by the search results.  ...  Provision of information by the CICS also appeared to encourage clinicians to undertake their own searches. However, the reasons for this are unclear.  ... 
doi:10.18438/b8m91t fatcat:obwaaksuszdcjkwcgigtm4eohy

Expediting the transfer of evidence into practice: building clinical partnerships

T Rader, A J Gagnon
2000 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
practice specifically designed for clinicians (health professionals).  ...  Educational strategies for use of the Web-based guide will also be addressed. Advantages of this partnership are that the skills of librarians in meeting the needs of clinicians are maximized.  ...  For example, individual coaching sessions may be led by the appropriate clinician, depending on the clinical area of the information seeker, or the librarian, depending on the need for searching expertise  ... 
pmid:10928710 pmcid:PMC35233 fatcat:ysuyh3cbxfamplnbpg7thvxaee

When less is more: a practical approach to searching for evidence-based answers

Karen K Grandage, David C Slawson, Allen F Shaughnessy
2002 Journal of the Medical Library Association  
Librarians can play a significant role in evaluating the ever-increasing variety of these synthesized resources, placing them into the searching hierarchy, and training clinicians to search from the top  ...  With the development of these sources of validated and refined information, a new search approach is needed to locate clinical information in which speed is the benchmark.  ...  CURRENT AWARENESS AND SEARCHING TOOLS FOR INFORMATION MASTERY To help clinicians efficiently navigate the information pyramid and identify information of high relevance and validity, two specific tools  ... 
pmid:12113514 pmcid:PMC116402 fatcat:xtk2binflfbpxovwb2ts6626xe

Usability testing of two e-learning resources: Methods to maximize potential for clinician use

A Menon, N Korner-Bitensky, M Chignell, S Straus
2012 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
Clinicians navigated StrokEngine in search of information to answer questions on stroke assessment/intervention.  ...  Their search patterns were observed and clinicians provided verbal/written feedback about StrokEngine.  ...  For example, when searching for information on the effectiveness of acupuncture for improving motor function, the clinician was expected to: 1) select "acupuncture" from the main homepage; 2) select Clinician  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-0952 pmid:22453773 fatcat:dkmh75raundodlukpsd5kwqgia

Seeking and finding our clients on the Internet: Boundary considerations in cyberspace

Keely Kolmes, Daniel O. Taube
2014 Professional Psychology: Research and Practice  
This paper explores how clinicians responded to these encounters and clinicians' beliefs about how they influenced treatment.  ...  Recommendations are made for how mental health professionals may begin to address such issues in the clinical relationship.  ...  Intentional Information Seeking The responses to questions about intentional searching for information revealed that clinicians have a wide range of beliefs about such practices.  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0029958 fatcat:d2ax55s4nfhjlgarx2uty6xiky

General practitioners' use of online evidence during consultations

Farah Magrabi, Enrico W. Coiera, Johanna I. Westbrook, A. Sophie Gosling, Victor Vickland
2005 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
In 73% of queries with clinician feedback participants reported that they were able to find clinically useful information during their routine work.  ...  Aim: To determine if and when general practitioners use an online evidence system in routine clinical practice, the type of questions for which clinicians seek evidence and the extent to which the system  ...  Giovanna Zingarelli previously appointed at the School of Public Health and Community Medicine, UNSW, with the analysis of clinicians' search keywords.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2004.10.003 pmid:15626631 fatcat:zg52jxrlufexpfn3zdznx64dxi

Creation and pilot testing of StrokEngine: A stroke rehabilitation intervention website for clinicians and families

N Korner-Bitensky, MA Roy, R Teasell, L Kloda, C Storr, L Asseraf-Pasin, A Menon
2008 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
Conclusion: this preliminary study on Strokengine's usability and navigability suggests that it has the potential to be an asset for clinicians who wish to keep abreast of information on intervention effectiveness  ...  , and performed a free search, with the order of search randomized. a standard questionnaire was used to elicit information on usability and navigability across the 3 searches.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We gratefully acknowledge the clinicians who participated.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-0177 pmid:18461256 fatcat:256zjvaa3rcsbavys3ppjtktym

Do Clinicians Use Online Evidence to Support Patient Care? A Study of 55,000 Clinicians

J. I. Westbrook
2003 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Measurements: Rates of online evidence searching per 100 clinicians for the state and for the 81 individual hospitals studied; reported use of CIAP by clinicians through a self-administered questionnaire  ...  Several studies have shown that simply disseminating evidence, for example, in the form of practice guidelines, does not lead to increased use of that information to inform clinical decisions. 4 Clinicians  ...  For 92% of searches related to a patient's care, clinicians reported that the information retrieved resulted in ''at least some improvement'' in care.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1385 pmid:14662801 pmcid:PMC353016 fatcat:3nelfpm7lnbu3pu2pivl5ppuka

Clinician-selected Electronic Information Resources do not Guarantee Accuracy in Answering Primary Care Physicians' Information Needs

Martha Ingrid Preddie
2008 Evidence Based Library and Information Practice  
"Effectiveness of Clinician-selected Electronic Information Resources for Answering Primary Care Physicians' Information Needs."  ...  For questions that were searched using clinician-selected electronic resources, 18 (39.1%) of the 46 answers were accurate before searching, while 19 (42.1%) were accurate after searching.  ...  For questions that were searched using clinician-selected electronic resources, 18 (39.1%) of the 46 answers were accurate before searching, while 19 (42.1%) were accurate after searching.  ... 
doi:10.18438/b8n011 fatcat:ea472n7eijboro76btn7lx3jsa

Information Literacy for Speech-Language Pathologists: A Key to Evidence-Based Practice

Barbara J. Nail-Chiwetalu, Nan Bernstein Ratner
2006 Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools  
Conclusion: Suggestions for more efficient information searches by clinicians, as well as a proposed discipline-wide agenda for increasing clinicians' IL skills during and after entry-level graduate training  ...  The Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education (American Library Association, 2004) are used as a framework for outlining IL practices that will aid in EBP.  ...  Regardless of how the site evolves, users should take care to examine the nature and currency of the information that the search produces. Access options for unaffiliated clinicians.  ... 
doi:10.1044/0161-1461(2006/018) pmid:16837439 fatcat:vc6axindnnfppmfds5e6d7rlwu

Impact of internet on doctor-patient relationship

Sandesh Banginwar, Dashputra Amruta, Borker A. S., Nayse Jaideep, Badwaik R. T.
2020 International Journal of Basic & Clinical Pharmacology  
This study has been planned to see perception of doctors about patients who take medical information by internet search.  ...  Data was analysed using mean score and standard deviation for each item.Results: Most of the doctors opined that use of internet as a source of information has affected doctor-patient relationship (mean  ...  It was difficult for clinician to convince patient that information and treatment mention on internet is not appropriate for him.  ... 
doi:10.18203/2319-2003.ijbcp20201748 fatcat:uuogy2l66reszkz7ouhhce2wlm

Targeting and structuring information resource use: A path toward informed clinical decisions

Rajesh S. Mangrulkar
2004 Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions  
A core skill for all physicians to master is that of information manager.  ...  As new tools are developed and educators teach clinicians to use them, the context for use of information resources must be considered, with special attention to physician workflow, following the three  ...  How can the resource be efficiently and effectively searched? Scanning the search yield for the optimal information What information is actually needed?  ... 
doi:10.1002/chp.1340240504 pmid:15712773 fatcat:evqyzfkjvvcohhvidnzu3et4qy
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