The aim of this paper is to design and evaluate user interfaces on a handheld device for physical therapists in their daily practices at a rehabilitation center. Two user interfaces, patient therapy sheet and on-site therapy management, were designed according to workflow analysis and on-site observation. The overall usability of the design was examined through a modified System Usability Scale (SUS) questionnaire distributed to twenty-five physical therapists Results showed that the overall usability of these two user interfaces has been approved by the therapists. Furthermore, results from interviews revealed that the therapists considered most of the designed features to be useful to their works. Further possible improvement was also suggested by the therapists during the interviews. It is anticipated that the proposed design could enhance current practices and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the on-site management of physical therapies.
|名字||Bridging Research and Good Practices towards Patient Welfare - Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on HealthCare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety, HEPS 2014|
|會議||4th International Conference on HealthCare Systems Ergonomics and Patient Safety, HEPS 2014|
|期間||6/23/14 → 6/26/14|