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Feasibility and implementation of a literature information management system for human papillomavirus in head and neck cancers with imaging.

Wu DH, Matthiesen CL, Alleman AM, Fournier AL, Gunter TC - Cancer Inform (2014)

Bottom Line: This work examines the feasibility and implementation of information service-orientated architecture (ISOA) on an emergent literature domain of human papillomavirus, head and neck cancer, and imaging.From this work, we examine the impact of cancer informatics and generate a full set of summarizing clinical pearls.Additionally, we describe how such an ISOA creates potential benefits in informatics education, enhancing utility for creating enduring digital content in this clinical domain.

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Affiliation: Department of Radiological Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA. ; Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA.

ABSTRACT
This work examines the feasibility and implementation of information service-orientated architecture (ISOA) on an emergent literature domain of human papillomavirus, head and neck cancer, and imaging. From this work, we examine the impact of cancer informatics and generate a full set of summarizing clinical pearls. Additionally, we describe how such an ISOA creates potential benefits in informatics education, enhancing utility for creating enduring digital content in this clinical domain.

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Our Clinical Classification Schema, which was used by trainees to classify the items they extracted from the 20 articles into the proper place.
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f1-cin-suppl.1-2014-049: Our Clinical Classification Schema, which was used by trainees to classify the items they extracted from the 20 articles into the proper place.

Mentions: The trainees each created a chart for each of the 20 articles. Within each tab, the trainee placed information extracted from each article that they deemed to be of significance, as well as rewriting the text they extracted from the article into simpler terms and then categorizing this information using our Clinical Classification Schema (Fig. 1). The attending physicians “graded” the work of the trainees using these spreadsheets and the information provided in Table 2. This table represents the 12 specific questions the attending physicians used to “grade” the trainees’ work. The “items” that the table refers to are specific cells within the spreadsheets that relate to the 12 questions the attending physicians used for their grading.


Feasibility and implementation of a literature information management system for human papillomavirus in head and neck cancers with imaging.

Wu DH, Matthiesen CL, Alleman AM, Fournier AL, Gunter TC - Cancer Inform (2014)

Our Clinical Classification Schema, which was used by trainees to classify the items they extracted from the 20 articles into the proper place.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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f1-cin-suppl.1-2014-049: Our Clinical Classification Schema, which was used by trainees to classify the items they extracted from the 20 articles into the proper place.
Mentions: The trainees each created a chart for each of the 20 articles. Within each tab, the trainee placed information extracted from each article that they deemed to be of significance, as well as rewriting the text they extracted from the article into simpler terms and then categorizing this information using our Clinical Classification Schema (Fig. 1). The attending physicians “graded” the work of the trainees using these spreadsheets and the information provided in Table 2. This table represents the 12 specific questions the attending physicians used to “grade” the trainees’ work. The “items” that the table refers to are specific cells within the spreadsheets that relate to the 12 questions the attending physicians used for their grading.

Bottom Line: This work examines the feasibility and implementation of information service-orientated architecture (ISOA) on an emergent literature domain of human papillomavirus, head and neck cancer, and imaging.From this work, we examine the impact of cancer informatics and generate a full set of summarizing clinical pearls.Additionally, we describe how such an ISOA creates potential benefits in informatics education, enhancing utility for creating enduring digital content in this clinical domain.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Radiological Sciences, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA. ; Department of Radiation Oncology, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, Oklahoma City, OK, USA.

ABSTRACT
This work examines the feasibility and implementation of information service-orientated architecture (ISOA) on an emergent literature domain of human papillomavirus, head and neck cancer, and imaging. From this work, we examine the impact of cancer informatics and generate a full set of summarizing clinical pearls. Additionally, we describe how such an ISOA creates potential benefits in informatics education, enhancing utility for creating enduring digital content in this clinical domain.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus