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Digital Design för att främja kommunikation i astmavård: Hur digitala tjänster genom individanpassad information kan komplettera och främja vårdmötet
Kristianstad University, Faculty of Business.
2019 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Digital Design as a means to promote communication in Asthma Care : How digital services through individualized information can complement and promote the healthcare meeting (English)
Abstract [sv]

I Sverige uppskattas 800 000 personer leva med astma. I landet pågår ett digitaliseringsarbete för att via e-tjänster göra vården mer tillgänglig för patienter. E-tjänster avsedda för astmavård har uppvisat svårigheter att främja kommunikation mellan patient och vårdgivare. E-tjänster har inte ansetts kunna ersätta den personliga kontakt som ett möte mellan patient och vårdpersonal erbjuder. Bristande kontakt med vården kan leda till att gradvis försämring av astmasymtom inte upptäcks. Det kan också leda till en avsaknad av upplevt socialt stöd hos patienten, vilket kan leda till sämre mental hälsa. För att undersöka hur e-tjänster för astmavård kan designas för att, genom individanpassad information, främja och upprätthålla kommunikationen mellan patient och vårdgivare, till stöd för god vård och patienthälsa, har en studie uppdelad i tre steg genomförts. Denna studie inleddes med en litteratursökning, följdes av en intervjustudie med öppna intervjuer och avslutades i en konceptdriven designprocess. Intervjuerna analyserades mot tidigare teorier och användes tillsammans med dessa som grund för att skapa ett designkoncept tänkt att främja och upprätthålla kommunikation mellan patient och vårdgivare i astmavården. Designkonceptet, “Astmaportalen”, togs iterativt fram genom en konceptdriven designmetod vilken involverade astmavårdpersonal, astmapatienter samt informatikstuderande. Konceptet manifesterades i form av en digital prototyp. Utvärderingar med astmavårdpersonal, astmapatienter och informatikstuderande visade att designkonceptet skulle kunna utgöra ett användbart bidrag till en symbios av vårdmöten på plats och digitala lösningar.

Abstract [en]

In Sweden, 800,000 persons are estimated to live with asthma. There is an ongoing digitization work in the country, to make healthcare more accessible to patients through the use of e-services. E-services intended for asthma care have shown difficulties in promoting communication between patients and the caregiver. E-services have not been considered able to replace the personal contact that a healthcare meeting between the patient and the caregiver offers. Lack of contact with the healthcare can lead to gradual deterioration of asthma symptoms not being detected. It can also lead to a patient-perceived lack of social support, which can lead to poorer mental health for the patient. To explore how e-services for asthma care can be designed in order to, through individualized information, promote and maintain communication between patient and the healthcare provider, in support of good care and patient health, a study divided into three steps has been carried out. The study began with a literature search, was followed by an interview study with open interviews and ended in a concept-driven design process. The interviews were analyzed against previous theories and used together with these as the basis for creating a design concept intended to promote and maintain communication between the patient and the caregiver in asthma care. The design concept, "Astmaportalen” (“The Asthma Portal"), was iteratively created through a concept-driven design method which involved asthma care personnel, asthma patients and informatics students. The concept was manifested in the form of a digital prototype. Evaluations with asthma care personnel and asthma patients demonstrated that the design concept could make a useful contribution to a symbiosis of healthcare meetings on site and digital solutions.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2019. , p. 84
Keywords [en]
Asthma, E-health, Digitalization, User centered design, Communication
Keywords [sv]
Astma, E-hälsa, Digitalisering, Användarcentrerad design, Kommunikation
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Human Computer Interaction
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URN: urn:nbn:se:hkr:diva-19767OAI: oai:DiVA.org:hkr-19767DiVA, id: diva2:1342079
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Informatics
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Digital design
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Available from: 2019-08-12 Created: 2019-08-12 Last updated: 2019-08-12Bibliographically approved

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