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"Corbett Stephen (NHS CONNECTING FOR HEALTH)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 18 Oct 2012 09:39:03 +0100
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Hi Jeff
It might be worth you having a look at some of the guidance documents in the NHS Microsoft Joint Common User Interface Program particularly look at the medication section.

The same information is held in two locations (Microsoft and NHS) but has different branding.

Microsoft site

NHS Site
NHS site you have to get a password first but the same information is there.

Best regards,

Stephen Corbett
Head of User Experience
Dept. of Health Information Directorate
From: ACM SIGCHI WWW Human Factors (Open Discussion) [[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Jeff Johnson [[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 17 October 2012 17:13
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Subject: Examples of lists in list-items

CHI-Web colleagues,

I have a Web design problem and would like to know if there is a good solution.

I'll use medicine as a domain to illustrate the problem (although
medicine isn't the domain in which I am working):

Assume a medical Web app has a page that lists patients.  Each
patient has several attributes, so the list of patients is displayed
as a table.  One attribute for each patient is meds the patient is
taking.  That itself is a list of varying length.

Problem 1: how to display the list of meds for each patient in the
list of patients.
Problem 2: how to allow users to edit the list of meds for each
patient, i.e., add/delete meds from the list.

Ideas for solutions and pointers to sites that tackle this problem
would be appreciated.

Jeff Johnson, Ph.D.
UI Wizards, Inc.

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