The Patient-Computer Interview: A Neglected Tool That Can Aid the Clinician
- Computer interrogation of patients. Lucas, R.W.; Card, W.I.; Knill-Jones, R.P.; Watkinson, G.; Crean, G.P. // British Medical Journal;9/11/1976, Vol. 2 Issue 6036, p623
Examines the applicability of system routine interrogation of patients using a computer in Great Britain. Verification of the accuracy of the system in eliciting symptoms; Assessment on the management decision from the doctors; Scheme of the routine interrogation system.
- History of our records. Tait, Ian // British Medical Journal (Clinical Research Edition);2/28/1981, Vol. 282 Issue 6265, p702
Presents views of the author on the methods used in medical history taking in Great Britain. Origin of the record systems; Comment on the size of storage cabinets for the records; Quality of the medical records.
- Recording pharmacists ' interventions with a personal digital assistant. Clark, John S.; Klauck, James A. // American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;9/1/2003, Vol. 60 Issue 17, p1772
Focuses on the importance of recording pharmacists' interventions with a personal digital assistant (PDA). Importance of documenting pharmacists' interventions during patient care; History behind the creation of a PDA-based documentation system for pharmacists; Comparison between documenting...
- "MUNICATION": Making Your Point but Missing the Patient. Plotnikoff, Gregory // Minnesota Medicine;Dec2006, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p40
The article provides an overview of the different approaches effective in patient communication. These categories involve the logical and personal facts and opinions which coordinates with the clinical information interviewing and processing. In view of this, physicians should consider the...
- Interview From Anywhere: Feasibility and Utility of Web-Based Videoconference Interviews in the Gastroenterology Fellowship Selection Process. Daram, Sumanth R; Wu, Ruonan; Tang, Shou-jiang // American Journal of Gastroenterology;Feb2014, Vol. 109 Issue 2, p155
OBJECTIVES:Traditional personal interviews are subject to limitations imposed by geographic, financial, and scheduling constraints. Web-based videoconferencing (WVC) has the potential to simplify the interview process. This study was intended to evaluate the feasibility and utility of WVC using...
- Clinical information - signs, semeions and symptoms: discussion paper. Wilbush, Joel // Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine;Sep1984, Vol. 77 Issue 9, p766
The article discusses the importance of gathering the complete medical history of the patient during physical examination. It explains the distinction between symptoms and semeions. It details the process of recording signs elicited by patients at periodic medical examinations. Patient's...
- Patient histories: How computers help. Versel, Neil // Medical Economics;5/7/2004, Vol. 81 Issue 9, SPECIAL TECHNOLOGY SECTION pTCP15
Examines the significance of computer technology in managing medical histories of patients in the U.S. Improvement in the accuracy of diagnoses through the use of computerized history-taking at West Columbia Family Medicine; Increase in work efficiency; Cost- and time-saving.
- The clinician's perspective on electronic health records and how they can affect patient care. Walsh, Stephen H. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);5/15/2004, Vol. 328 Issue 7449, p1184
Presents the medical clinician's perspective on electronic medical records and how they affect patient care. Use of narratives in clinical reasoning; Discussion of patient documentation systems; Impact of the construction of patient records on clinical insight; Conversational interaction...
- All in the family. Sharp, Katie // Current Health 2;Mar1994, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p29
Focuses on the importance of having a medical history. Information found in medical histories; Genetically linked diseases; Use; Importance of sharing medical history with your physician; Need for answering questions from your doctor.