Attended Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Attended Medicine 2.0'12 (Boston, USA)
Attended Medicine 2.0'14 Summit & World Congress (Maui, Hawaii, USA)
Medicine 2.0'11 (Stanford University, USA)
Emergency Physicians’ Beliefs About Their Intention to Use Wiki-based Reminders to Promote Evidence-based Trauma Care
Background Wikis are knowledge translation (KT) tools that could help emergency physicians collaborate asynchronously in the updating and sharing of reminders. Reminders (e.g. care protocols) help physicians make decisions based on evidence. However, no study has determined the factors influencing emergency physicians’ intentions to use a wiki-based reminder. This study aimed to identify physicians’ salient beliefs regarding their intended use of wiki-based reminders promoting evidence...
Medicine 2.0'12 (Boston, USA)
Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care: Preliminary Results of a Scoping Review
Background: The use of collaborative writing applications by clinicians and other health care actors is presently growing. Although wikis, Google Documents and similar collaborative writing applications may be useful in facilitating knowledge transfer, no systematic review has yet been conducted to evaluate their role in knowledge translation (KT). Objective: This study is exploring the depth and breadth of evidence about the safe, effective and ethical use of collaborative writing applica...
Medicine 2.0'13 (London, UK)
Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Healthcare: a Scoping Review
Background: Collaborative writing applications (CWAs) (eg, wikis, Google Documents, Google Knol) have the potential to empower multiple stakeholders to disseminate and apply knowledge in practice. The rapid rise in their use has created the need for a systematic synthesis of the evidence of their impact as knowledge translation (KT) tools in health care and for an inventory of the factors that affect their use. Objective: To explore the depth and breadth of evidence concerning the impact of...
Medicine 2.0'14 Summit & World Congress (Maui, Hawaii, USA)
Implementation of a Wiki to Develop Structured Electronic Order Sets in a Computer Physician Order Entry System
Background: Wikis have a great potential to promote best practices in health systems by sharing decision support tools with a broad community of stakeholders. However, we do not know if clinicians are willing to use collaboratively created wiki decision support tools. Before testing the use of a wiki to share decision support tools across hospitals and across jurisdictions, more knowledge about the feasibility and impact of using a wiki within a small group of collaborators is needed. In resp...
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Exploring Nurses’ Intention to Use a Computerized Platform in the Resuscitation Unit: Development and Validation of a Questionnaire Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior
JMIR Human Factors
Deciding How to Stay Independent at Home in Later Years: Development and Acceptability Testing of an Informative Web-Based Module
JMIR Medical Informatics
Impact of Implementing a Wiki to Develop Structured Electronic Order Sets on Physicians' Intention to Use Wiki-Based Order Sets
JMIR Research Protocols
Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care: A Scoping Review Protocol
Development and Validation of Questionnaires Exploring Health Care Professionals' Intention to Use Wiki-Based Reminders to Promote Best Practices in Trauma
Implementation and Evaluation of a Wiki Involving Multiple Stakeholders Including Patients in the Promotion of Best Practices in Trauma Care: The WikiTrauma Interrupted Time Series Protocol
Development of a Decision Aid for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Involving Intensive Care Unit Patients' and Health Professionals' Participation Using User-Centered Design and a Wiki Platform for Rapid Prototyping: A Research Protocol
Journal of Medical Internet Research
WikiBuild: A New Application to Support Patient and Health Care Professional Involvement in the Development of Patient Support Tools
Health Care Professionals’ Beliefs About Using Wiki-Based Reminders to Promote Best Practices in Trauma Care
Wikis and Collaborative Writing Applications in Health Care: A Scoping Review
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