Journal article

The iPrevent Online Breast Cancer Risk Assessment and Risk Management Tool: Usability and Acceptability Testing.

Louisa L Lo, Ian M Collins, Mathias Bressel, Phyllis Butow, Jon Emery, Louise Keogh, Prue Weideman, Emma Steel, John L Hopper, Alison H Trainer, Gregory B Mann, Adrian Bickerstaffe, Antonis C Antoniou, Jack Cuzick, Kelly-Anne Phillips

JMIR Form Res | Published : 2018

Abstract

BACKGROUND: iPrevent estimates breast cancer (BC) risk and provides tailored risk management information. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this study was to assess the usability and acceptability of the iPrevent prototype. METHODS: Clinicians were eligible for participation in the study if they worked in primary care, breast surgery, or genetics clinics. Female patients aged 18-70 years with no personal cancer history were eligible. Clinicians were first familiarized with iPrevent using hypothetical paper-based cases and then actor scenarios; subsequently, they used iPrevent with their patients. Clinicians and patients completed the System Usability Scale (SUS) and an Acceptability questionnaire ..

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