Current design of medical technology does not help primary care physicians, nurses and advanced practice providers think
about, diagnose or treat patient problems. Technology interfaces are not designed to support teamwork in primary care. The
goal of this project is to develop new technology interfaces (data displays and inputs) to support the work of primary care
teams. Working with principal investigator Dr. Tosha Wetterneck and a research team in the School of Medicine and Public
Health, this position will help to create a complex user interface prototype based on an analysis of user information needs.
This position has flexible hours with a minimum of 15-20 hours per week. Attendance at design-related meetings which occur
8 am - 5 pm on weekdays is required.
Knowledge of HTML, CSS and Java required. Experience in user interface implementation or design required. Experience
with JustInMind or other prototyping software is strongly preferred, as is experience with Eclipse. Demonstrated ability to
document decisions and create a user interface standard is also required.
A successful candidate must be detail oriented and must be able to work individually and collaboratively with a diverse team
including medical professionals, industrial and systems engineers, and researchers.