Papers

Presented as Short Talks

Addressing the Design Challenges for a Clinically-Informed Data Capture Tool Targeted for Caregivers of Premature Infants 
Karen P. Tang, Karen G. Cheng, Sen Hirano, Marni Nagel, Dini Baker & Gillian R. Hayes
University of California, Irvine & CHOC Children’s

Birth Record Communicator: A Pathway to Automated Health Data Acquisition System
Ali S. Sabbir, Khosru Md. Salim, Md. Raihan B. Rafique, M Omar Rahman, Md. Mustafizur Rahman, Md. Hasanuzzaman Bhuiyan, Hasan S. Ferdous & Syed I. Ahmed
Independent University & Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology 

Considering Unremarkable Computing for Healthcare
Dominic Furniss, Ann Blandford & Astrid Mayer
University College London & Royal Free NHS Trust

Consumer Health Informatics: Who is Ready for What?
Craig Van Slyke & Cynthia LeRouge
Saint Louis University

Facilitating Medication Reconciliation with Animation and Spatial layout
Leo Claudino, Sameh Khamis, Ran Liu, Ben London, Jay Pujara, Catherine Plaisant, Ben Shneiderman
University of Maryland, College Park

Interactive Techniques for Labeling Activities Of Daily Living to Assist Machine Learning
Edison Thomaz, Thomas Plötz, Irfan Essa & Gregory D. Abowd
Georgia Institute of Technology

Maximizing Long-Term Impacts of Group Pedometer Interventions on Primary Cardiovascular Disease Prevention
Erika S. Poole & Dan Kestranek
The Pennsylvania State University

Personal Health Records: Reflections on an Ongoing Project
Finn Kensing
University of Copenhagen

A Theoretical Model of Calming Technology: Designing to Mitigate Stress and Increase Calm
Neema Moraveji, Marily Oppezzo, Stephanie Habif & Roy Pea
Stanford University

Presented as Posters

Adapting medical records for shared care of chronic disease
Jørgen Bansler, Erling Havn, Troels Mønsted, & Kjeld Schmidt
University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark & Copenhagen Business School

Chronic Care Continuum (C3): On-The-Go Life Skills Training for Young Adults with Chronic Conditions
Erika S. Poole, Todd H. Stokes, Christopher P. Bonafide, Alain B. Labrique, James H. Willig, Chihwen Cheng, May D. Wang
The Pennsylvania State University, University Emory University, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Johns Hopkins University, University of Alabama at Birmingham & Georgia Institute of Technology

Design of interactive decision support system to prevent adverse drug events
Christian Nøhr , Sanne Jensen, Henrik Gliese Pedersen & Anne Marie Kanstrup
Aalborg University, Cooperate IT & IBM/ACURE

Designing a Sociotechnological Intervention to Improve Snacking in Low SES Families
Danish U. Khan, MS, An T. Le & Katie A. Siek
University of Colorado Boulder

Designing for Ease of Use of Inpatient Technology to Communicate Medication Therapies
Lauren Wilcox, Steven Feiner & David Vawdrey
Columbia University

Designing interactive health risk assessments via friendly “small talk”
Saraswathi Bellur
The Pennsylvania State University

Determinants of Success for Healthcare Information Systems: Process, System and User Characteristics
Anna Sidorova, Alaa I. Al Beayeyz
University of North Texas & King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences

Does Technology Acceptance Determine Attitudes Towards Health Information Technology? The case of Electronic Remote Blood Delivery
Katherine M. Sellen, Jeannie L. Callum, Jacob Pendergrast, Mark Chignel, Sharon E. Straus & Allison Halliday
University of Toronto, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre & University Health Network, St Michael’s Hospital

Dogs Walking People: A Sensing and Feedback System for Increasing Participation in Dog Walking
Jianling Fang, Rachael Purta, Dan Kestranek & Erika S. Poole
DePauw University, Hiram College & The Pennsylvania State University 

Factors Affecting the Competitive Advantage of the South Korean Medical Tourism Industry
Sung-Woock Cho & Vijayan Sugumaran
Sogang University & Oakland University

Get Movie-ing – Machinima for Behavior Change
Pablo E. Paredes, Stephen Schueller & John F. Canny
University of California, Berkeley & University of California, San Francisco

Illness Trajectory Alignment Work as a Help Mechanism for Individualized
Problems in Chronic Disease Management
Jina Huh & Mark S. Ackerman
University of Washington & University of Michigan

Increasing the Transparency of Patient-Provider Email with Real-Time Monitoring
E. Vance Wilson & Bengisu Tulu
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Interactive Robot Environments in Healthcare
Ian D. Walker, Johnell O. Brooks, Keith E. Green, Joe Manganelli, Linnea Smolentzov, Tony Threatt, Paul M. Yanik & Jessica Merino
Clemson University

Investigating Socio-technical Requirements for an Inclusive Medical Classification
Gargi Bougie, Fernando Figueira Filho & Margaret-Anne Storey
University of Victoria

Maintaining the standard: challenges in adopting best practice when designing medical devices and systems
Christopher J. Vincent & Ann E. Blandford
University College London

Modeling Meaningful Use as Utility in Emergency Medical Services
Steven R. Haynes
Penn State University

Monitoring Cognitive Function Using Features of Keyboard Interactions
Lisa M. Vizer
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Optimal Continuity of Care Document (CCD) Visualization Based on User Centered Principles
Hassan A. Khan & Mark L. Braunstein
Georgia Institute of Technology

Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Making Electronic Medication Administration Records Usable Through Interactive Visualization
Jonathan P. Wanderer & Andrew S. Karson
Massachusetts General Hospital

Social Dynamics of Coping in Telemedicine Implementations: Triggers and Reappraisals
Jennifer L. Claggett
University of Georgia

Testing the Usability of a Computerized Interactive Intervention for Reducing Racial Disparities in Prostate Cancer Screening Discussions
Roxana Maffei
Columbia University

The Online Personalized Vaccination Scheduler: Putting Vaccination History
in the Hands of Parents and Practitioners
Sheila D. Isbell & D. Scott Appling
Georgia Tech Research Institute

The Potential to Integrate Computational Thinking into K-12 Health Curriculums
Christopher L. Schaefbauer & Katie A. Siek
University of Colorado, Boulder

Towards Understanding Diabetic, HIV+, Chronic Pain and Cancer Communities in Second Life:  An Exploratory Study
Saira N. Haque, Elizabeth F. Dean, Ashley Richards, Brian Head & Michael Keating
RTI International

Tracking Technology Lessons Learned in Two Health Care Sites
Jeff Craighead, Mary Elizabeth Bowen, Angel Klanchar, Jan Jasiewicz, Chadwick A. Wingrave & James A. Haley
Veterans Hospital & University of Central Florida

Visualizing Physical Therapy with Electroluminescence Wire
Swamy Ananthanarayan, Alice Y. Chien, Miranda Sheh & Katie A. Siek
University of Colorado Boulder

When workflows are not so routine:  A case study of a preventable adverse drug reaction in an interventional cardiology unit
Saira N. Haque, Carsten S. Østerlund, Lawrence M. Fagan
RTI International, Syracuse University & Stanford University

Who should have access to my personal health record? Patients’ perspectives
Kaitlin Light Costello & Barbara M. Wildemuth
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Posters from the AMIA Doctoral Consortium on Sociotechnical Issues in Medical Informatics

Using mobile technology and patient incentives to improve care: a novel approach for diabetic patients
Katherine Blondon
University of Washington

“Information Management and Continuity of Care in Bone Marrow Transplant”
Ayse Buyktur
University of Michigan

“An Organizational Informatics Analysis of Colorectal, Breast, and Cervical Cancer Screening Clinical Decision Support and Information Systems within Community Health Centers”
Timothy Carney
Indiana University -Purdue University Indianapolis

“Opinion Leader Effects, Individual Learning Behavior, and Healthcare Information Technology Adoption: A Mixed Method Approach”
Haijin Hao
Carnegie Mellon University

“Can IT Improve Child Health in Developing Countries? Experimental Evidence from Guatemala”
Sarah Humpage
University of Minnesota

“Automating Clinical Audit and Feedback for Guideline Adherence in Malawi”
Zach Landis Lewis
University of Pittsburgh

“Designing Health Systems for Understanding”
Aqueasha Martin
Clemson University

“A Qualitative Evaluation of Healthcare Information Technology Used For Test Result Management in Small Independent Practices”
James McCormack
Oregon Health & Sciences University

“Design and evaluation of tracking tools for cancer patients: what patients want”
Rupa Patel
University of Washington

“Responsibility and Timeliness in Complex Workflows:  Generating User Interfaces from Process Models”
Sureyya Tarkan
University of Maryland

“User Interfaces for Communicating Inpatient Medication Therapies”
Lauren Wilcox
Columbia University

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