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Software design prototypes for a pharmacogenomics service for primary care in England

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posted on 2023-01-31, 15:59 authored by Videha SharmaVideha Sharma, John McdermottJohn Mcdermott, Jessica KeenJessica Keen, Simon FosterSimon Foster, Pauline WhelanPauline Whelan, William NewmanWilliam Newman

How can pharmacogenomics be implemented into primary care?

The prototypes were co-designed through a series of workshops with primary care prescribers. The workshops explored how pharmacogenomics could be introduced into the primary care workflow.

The data files contain design prototypes of screens within an imaginary Electronic Health Record system (EHR) in primary care. They show how pharmagenomics information can be integrated into the primary care clinical workflow and what this would look like to a clinical user of the EHR. 

Design prototypes are attached in two formats:

1. Interactive prototypes that can run on any modern web browser. To use the interactive prototypes, unzip the PGx.zip file into a local folder on your computer. Open the folder and then open the 'index.html' file in any web browser.

2. A PDF file showing the prototype screens. Open the PGx.pdf with any PDF reader to view the screens.

Funding

The Project was supported by the North West Genomic Medicine Service Alliance, JM was supported by the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) Doctoral Fellowship Award (DRF) (NIHR 301748). WN and JM were supported by the Manchester NIHR Biomedical Research Center BRC grant code: (IS-BRC-1215-20007).

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