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Relaunched national survey on the Usability of Electronic Health/Medical Records

The digital health community is invited to take part in a national survey on the Usability of Electronic Health/Medical Records.

The survey, supported by the Institute’s UX Network, is being conducted by Griffith University researchers and aims to capture the broad experience of clinicians across all health disciplines.

It is anonymous and only takes five minutes to complete. Participants should work in a healthcare organisation and use electronic health record systems.

  • The survey will take approximately 5 minutes to complete
  • Participation is voluntary
  • Data collected in this study will remain anonymous
  • Requirements:
    1. Aged 18 or over
    2. Reside in Australia
    3. Work in a healthcare organisation and use electronic health record systems
  • Lead investigator: Dr Sheree Lloyd, Griffith University

Griffith University Ethics Approval 2019/749