The answer to these two questions probably seems to be "no". But what if the form lived all of its time on a computer, and what if the fields in the form were filled in by voice recognition? That is one of the things we explore in this tutorial lab. For a form, we have this as an example. It was created in Excel by Rich Frash. For voice recognition, we either use actual software, or mock it up in a role-play. For a trauma to use as an example, we have a role-play, such as the "rolling ambulance" situation.
It is quite an afternoon. We learn a great deal about communication, and often arrive at the conclusion that the whole issue of verbal input to a computer for record keeping demands too much of the speakers attention to be useful in an unrehearsed crisis situation.