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Information design to make an impact on health care quality – is a user-centred approach enough?

Black, A. (2019) Information design to make an impact on health care quality – is a user-centred approach enough? In: Mastoridis, K., Sioki, N. and Dyson, M. C. (eds.) Design for Visual Communication: Challenges and Priorities. Cambridge Scholars, Newcastle, UK, pp. 53-68. ISBN 9781527529540

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Abstract/Summary

In three information design projects forms to support processes of different kinds were developed for health care organisations. In each case the purpose of the forms was to enable decision-making and communication between groups of people with different expertise. The paper discusses how the contexts in which the projects were carried out influenced, the outcomes developed, and their eventual uptake by the host organisations. It argues for focus both on users and the context of use in the design of even the most everyday documents, since such documents are often required support complex working practices within established organisational systems.

Item Type:Book or Report Section
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science > School of Arts and Communication Design > Typography & Graphic Communication
ID Code:75431
Uncontrolled Keywords:Forms, healthcare, information design, user centred design, evaluation, impact.
Publisher:Cambridge Scholars
Publisher Statement:Published with the permission of Cambridge Scholars Publishing

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