Due 7/1/18 7 p.m EST
4 slide PPT not including title and Reference Page APA
Scholar-Practitioner Project: Create a Digital Dashboard
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Without the usability features inherent in effective design, informatics systems may overwhelm a user with data. This portion of your Scholar-Practitioner Project requires that you put to use the informatics display techniques that are covered in this week’s Learning Resources.
To complete this week’s portion of your Scholar-Practitioner Project, create a mock-up screen of a “digital dashboard” for your disease surveillance system. Your text includes examples and ideas for such digital dashboards. Include a framework for the display of data based on the algorithm you designed previously (see note from professor on algorithm below), using appropriate graphics, symbols, and words. Use PowerPoint when choosing to create the screen. Additionally, you may choose to annotate the mock-up as appropriate.
Please save the mock-up in the following formats:
· PowerPoint file: Use “.ppt” extension
(NOTE FROMPROFESSOR ON LAST WEEK PAPER ON SURVEILLANCE ALGORITHM)This is a good start; you have provided a good description of your pathology of interest and the diagnostic algorithm used by the clinicians. Remember, the idea of this SPP is to develop (try to) a biosurveillance system for your disease/condition of interest. You have mentioned the algorithm and some covariates; however, you did not address the surveillance algorithm. Algorithms used in surveillance usually involve decisions based on statistical analyses of data provided (not usually intended for a diagnosis). Remember, that you do not want to evaluate a clinical intervention or the burden of a disease, the intention of your system is surveillance. Please address the issues marked on your paper. I am looking forward to reading the next steps of your project