Posts related to the BC Guidelines project at the eHealth Strategy Office.
By BRADUT DIMA on October 16, 2012
To help guide the future development of the cross-platform mobile software CliniPEARLS (that powers our BC Guidelines app), we’ve recently been exploring options beyond native applications the mobile web. Part of that strategy is to explore and evaluate several tools that could help us develop mobile websites. In the table below we explain our criteria [...]
By Peter Chow on October 11, 2012
In late August, Wavefront and OpenRoad Communications presented a full-day session on how to develop an effective mobile strategy, including design and evaluation. This seminar addressed some of the challenges in designing and evaluating a user experience for target audiences on a mobile platform. Topics of this seminar included: Defining your mobile strategy and requirements [...]
By Tracy on June 14, 2012
An ePoster outlining the CliniPEARLS framework, upon which the BCGuidelines iPhone app is built, received honorable mention during the recent eHealth 2012 Conference in Vancouver. The poster was presented by Bradut Dima and gives a brief history of CliniPEARLS as well as an outline of the challenges and lessons learned during the development of the framework. Click on the [...]
By Tracy on December 21, 2011
We now have over 7000 registered users of BC Guidelines. That is more than 5 times what we had just one year ago! Of these users more than half reside in British Columbia and over 70% live in Canada. While most users belong to our main target audience (general practitioners, specialist, residents, medical students, nurse [...]
By lizheathcote on February 16, 2011
Yet another use for the iPhone – treating patients features our very own Dr Kendall Ho talking about the BC Guidelines project. A Diabetes Health Forum in Punjabi was held June 26 2010, as part of the interCultural Online Network (iCON) project.
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