Informatics-based Learning Resources for Patients and their Relatives in recovery

Abstract : In this paper we describe experiences from design of an informatics-based learning resource for patients and relatives. The prototype, REPARERE (learning REsource for PAtients and RElatives during REcovery), aims to support patients and their family recovering from heart surgery in meeting challenges in to daily living post discharge. Using recovery experiences and patient teaching material, REPARERE includes examples of textual information, video-clips, images and illustrations relevant to the recovery trajectory and a user's digitally represented profile. The development of the prototype focuses on flexibility and usability, tailoring and sequencing resources, and inclusion of recommendations for universal access. Development of web-based learning resources allows for exploration of 'just-in-case' and 'just-in-time' strategies to information retrieval and knowledge construction in health and learning trajectories. Findings from the literature, discussions with patients as well as health care providers indicate that unfulfilled information needs in the recovery period are common. Resources like REPARERE would be valuable supplement to facilitate patient learning about symptom management, self-care and coping while recovering.
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NI'2006, 2006, Seoul, South Korea. pp.1-5, 2006
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Anne Moen, Ole Smørdal. Informatics-based Learning Resources for Patients and their Relatives in recovery. NI'2006, 2006, Seoul, South Korea. pp.1-5, 2006. 〈hal-00190523〉

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