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Usability of the Swedish PAEHR 2016

We have recently published a new paper analyzing data from the Swedish 2016 survey to users of the Swedish patient accessible electronic health record (PAEHR) “Journalen”: Hägglund M, Scandurra I. Usability of the Swedish Accessible Electronic Health Record: Qualitative Survey Study JMIR Hum Factors 2022;9(2):e37192 A survey study was conducted to elicit opinions and experiences ofContinue reading “Usability of the Swedish PAEHR 2016”

Report from MIE2022

On May 26th this year, I (Josefin Hagström) travelled to Nice on the French Riviera with my supervisor Maria Hägglund and three other doctoral students (Annika Bärkås, Irene Muli, and Lovisa Hagstedt Jäderlund), to attend the 32nd Medical Informatics Europe Conference (MIE2022). The conference was arranged by the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI). AtContinue reading “Report from MIE2022”

Webbinar 29 March

Maria Hägglund, the project leader for NORDeHEALTH, has been invited to give a presentation in the U-care seminar series. Maria will give a short international outlook, and briefly share preliminary results from the international NORDeHEALTH survey to patients, accessible through the national patient portals in Sweden (1177.se and ‘Journalen’), Finland, Norway and Estonia. Focus willContinue reading “Webbinar 29 March”

Webbinar at Linnaeus University

Thursday March 17, 15.00-16.00 Swedish time, Maria Hägglund (PI for NORDeHEALTH) will give a talk at Linnaeus University on “Patients access to their electronic health records – experiences from Sweden and an international outlook”. To sign up, please register here!

Sharing Clinical Notes and Electronic Health Records with People Affected by Mental Health Conditions: Scoping Review

Researchers from NORDeHEALTH have been part of the first systematic scoping review study collating existing evidence about sharing EHRs or clinical notes with people treated for mental health conditions. The study aimed to map available evidence on patient accessible electronic health records in mental healthcare. Thirty-one scientific articles from the USA, Sweden, Norway, Netherlands, Canada,Continue reading “Sharing Clinical Notes and Electronic Health Records with People Affected by Mental Health Conditions: Scoping Review”

BMJ webinar series

Tonight at 6 pm (Swedish time), Maria Hägglund (PI for NORDeHEALTH) will the speaking in the fourth and last of a series of webinars organized by the BMJ on patients access to their health records. She will be giving an international overview and discuss some of the implementation challenges we have identified in research studiesContinue reading “BMJ webinar series”

NORDeHEALTH on EHiN!

EHiN – E-health in Norway – the largest e-health conference in Norway is held on November 9th and 10th this year. It brings together the health sector, business and decision-makers to promote tomorrow’s e-health development. About 1000 participants will attend physically along with another 1000 digitally. On the second day there will be a one-hourContinue reading “NORDeHEALTH on EHiN!”

Plenary Session at the European Patient Forum Congress

Maria Hägglund, PI for NORDeHEALTH, will deliver a Keynote speech as part of a Plenary Session at the EPF Congress on October 26th 13.00-14.00 CET. Patients’ access, control and ownership of health data remains key topics to address to harness health data for better patients’ care. This plenary session will focus on discussing these threeContinue reading “Plenary Session at the European Patient Forum Congress”

Patients’ Access to Their Psychiatric Notes

Swedish partners recently published an article on the subject of patient’s access to their psychiatric notes. Here is a brief summary. The phenomenon of sharing clinical notes or narrative visit reports with patients is often referred to as ‘open notes.’ Open notes in psychiatric care are considered particularly controversial. The few studies that have investigatedContinue reading “Patients’ Access to Their Psychiatric Notes”

Usability of the Swedish Patient Portal

In July, Swedish partners from the NORDeHEALTH project published findings from a survey done 2016 which included questions on the usability of the national patient portal. Hägglund M, Scandurra IUser Evaluation of the Swedish Patient Accessible Electronic Health Record: System Usability Scale JMIR Hum Factors 2021;8(3):e24927doi: 10.2196/24927PMID: 34313596 The data was collected through an online survey which wasContinue reading “Usability of the Swedish Patient Portal”

Starting off with a focus on national socio-technical contexts and policies

I will in this short text introduce the project’s second work package “WP 2 – National socio-technical contexts and policies”, which I am co-leading together with Isabella Scandurra. Aside from us, Gunnar Klein and Annika Bärkås are also highly involved in the work package, which was one of the work packages where work started offContinue reading “Starting off with a focus on national socio-technical contexts and policies”

BMJ Opinion piece on the NORDeHEALTH project

We have published an opinion piece on the NORDeHEALTH project in the BMJ. The opinion piece describes the project and four important areas that will receive special focus;  Contextual differences: when reading studies on success or failure of PAEHR implementations there is often a lack of detail provided on contextual or socio-technical factors that could have influenced the results.  UsabilityContinue reading “BMJ Opinion piece on the NORDeHEALTH project”

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