Dermatoclic : création et évaluation d’un site Internet d’aide thérapeutique en dermatologie destiné aux médecins généralistes

Abstract : INTRODUCTION: The general practitioner is regularly confronted with dermatological pathologies for which he may have therapeutic difficulties. The Dermatoclic website proposes to provide general practitioners with an informational tool for dermatological therapeutics, easy to use, free, independent, adapted to the outpatient exercise and consultation format, and dealing only with dermatoses most frequently encountered in general practice.
METHODS: We evaluated, using a standardized grid, dermatology websites already existing for health professionals. We have created strict specifications for Dermatoclic to be ergonomic and relevant. Finally, we had it tested by general practitioners to evaluate its usability using the System Usability Scale (SUS).
RESULTS: The pilot usability study was conducted with the help of general practitioners testers on a beta version of the site. It showed a high degree of satisfaction regarding the usability, relevance and design of the site. The SUS score was 92.4 / 100.
DISCUSSION: Dermatoclic is currently the only website for therapeutic medical aid in dermatology for general practitioners. It includes 31 dermatoses most frequent in general medicine. The scientific content was developed from established and recognized scientific data from the most recent publications of health consensus organizations of French and international learned societies. An expert committee of dermatologists and general practitioners was set up to review these data. Eventually, Dermatoclic can integrate with prescription software through the use of indexing methods from CIM-10 and CISP-2.
CONCLUSION: The use of Dermatoclic would allow general practitioners to improve their therapeutic practice for dermatological affections.
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Jérôme Bernard. Dermatoclic : création et évaluation d’un site Internet d’aide thérapeutique en dermatologie destiné aux médecins généralistes. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2018. ⟨dumas-01936939⟩

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