Haemodialysis electronic patient portal: a design requirements analysis and feasibility study with domain experts

Matt-Mouley Bouamrane, Ramsay Meiklem, Mark Dunlop, David Kingsmore, Peter Thomson, Karen Stevenson, Sharon Greenwood

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Abstract

In 2013, the UK national renal registry established 57,000 adults in the UK were treated for advanced kidney failure, 23,683 (42%) receiving haemodialysis. Haemodialysis patients face some of the highest treatment burden in the National Health Service (NHS) and are among the most ‘expensive’ to treat. In addition, patients endure complex treatment trajectories. In this study, we have sought to gather and synthesise the opinion of clinical and Human Computer Interaction (HCI) domain experts (n=9) to establish a set of initial design requirements in order to test the feasibility of developing a digital aid (i.e. electronic haemodialysis patient portal) to support patients in the course of their treatment. Expert feedback was gathered by means of interviews and focus groups in order to instruct design requirements for a haemodialysis patient portal.

Conference

ConferenceIEEE 32nd International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems
Abbreviated titleCBMS
CountrySpain
CityCórdoba
Period5/06/197/06/19
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Feasibility Studies
Renal Dialysis
Human computer interaction
Trajectories
Health
Feedback
National Health Programs
Focus Groups
Renal Insufficiency
Registries
Therapeutics
Interviews
Kidney
Patient Portals

Keywords

  • advanced chronic kidney disease
  • patient portal
  • design requirements
  • experts study
  • health care
  • NHS
  • ACKD
  • HCI

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Bouamrane, M-M., Meiklem, R., Dunlop, M., Kingsmore, D., Thomson, P., Stevenson, K., & Greenwood, S. (2019). Haemodialysis electronic patient portal: a design requirements analysis and feasibility study with domain experts. 212-216. Paper presented at IEEE 32nd International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Córdoba, Spain. https://doi.org/10.1109/CBMS.2019.00051
Bouamrane, Matt-Mouley ; Meiklem, Ramsay ; Dunlop, Mark ; Kingsmore, David ; Thomson, Peter ; Stevenson, Karen ; Greenwood, Sharon. / Haemodialysis electronic patient portal : a design requirements analysis and feasibility study with domain experts. Paper presented at IEEE 32nd International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Córdoba, Spain.5 p.
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Haemodialysis electronic patient portal : a design requirements analysis and feasibility study with domain experts. / Bouamrane, Matt-Mouley; Meiklem, Ramsay; Dunlop, Mark; Kingsmore, David; Thomson, Peter; Stevenson, Karen; Greenwood, Sharon.

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Bouamrane M-M, Meiklem R, Dunlop M, Kingsmore D, Thomson P, Stevenson K et al. Haemodialysis electronic patient portal: a design requirements analysis and feasibility study with domain experts. 2019. Paper presented at IEEE 32nd International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, Córdoba, Spain. https://doi.org/10.1109/CBMS.2019.00051