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Supporting openEHR Java Desktop Application Developers

Conference paper
Authors Hajar Kashfi
Olof Torgersson
Published in The XXIII International Conference of the European Federation for Medical Informatics, Proceedings of Medical Informatics in a United and Healthy Europe (MIE2011)
Volume 169
Pages 724-728
ISBN 978-160750805-2
ISSN 09269630
Publication year 2011
Published at Department of Applied Information Technology (GU)
Pages 724-728
Language en
Keywords openEHR, application development framework, graphic user interface, data binding, opereffa
Subject categories Medical technology, Health Care Service and Management, Health Policy and Services and Health Economy


The openEHR community suggests that an appropriate approach for creating a graphical user interface for an openEHR-based application is to generate forms from the underlying archetypes and templates. However, current generation techniques are not mature enough to be able to produce high quality interfaces with good usability. Therefore, developing efficient ways to combine manually designed and developed interfaces to openEHR backends is an interesting alternative. In this study, a framework for binding a pre-designed graphical user interface to an openEHR-based backend is proposed. The proposed framework contributes to the set of options available for developers. In particular we believe that the approach of combining user interface components with an openEHR backend in the proposed way might be useful in situations where the quality of the user interface is essential and for creating small scale and experimental systems.

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