Published on in Vol 8, No 2 (2022): Apr-Jun

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/31461, first published .
Physicians’ Perceptions of and Satisfaction With Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Treatment: A Clinical Decision Support System Experience and Implications for Low-Middle–Income Countries

Physicians’ Perceptions of and Satisfaction With Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Treatment: A Clinical Decision Support System Experience and Implications for Low-Middle–Income Countries

Physicians’ Perceptions of and Satisfaction With Artificial Intelligence in Cancer Treatment: A Clinical Decision Support System Experience and Implications for Low-Middle–Income Countries

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  1. Rizvi R, Emani S, Rocha H, de Aquino C, Garabedian P, Rui A, Arruda C, Sands-Lincoln M, Rozenblum R, Felix W, Jackson G, Juacaba S, Bates D. Physicians' Perceptions and Expectations of an Artificial Intelligence-Based Clinical Decision Support System in Cancer Care in an Underserved Setting. ACI Open 2022;06(02):e66 View
  2. Huang Z, George M, Tan Y, Natarajan K, Devasagayam E, Tay E, Manesh A, Varghese G, Abraham O, Zachariah A, Yap P, Lall D, Chow A. Are physicians ready for precision antibiotic prescribing? A qualitative analysis of the acceptance of artificial intelligence-enabled clinical decision support systems in India and Singapore. Journal of Global Antimicrobial Resistance 2023;35:76 View