AMIA 2013 NSF Doctoral Consortium

Friday, November 15
8:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Room: L’Enfant

This event is by INVITATION ONLY and is not eligible for CME/CE.

This National Science Foundation sponsored Doctoral Consortium is a forum in which doctoral students can meet and discuss their research with each other and with a panel of experienced researchers and practitioners. The Consortium includes student participants and faculty from a broad range of disciplines and approaches that inform biomedical informatics, including the social sciences, computer and information sciences, and clinical sciences.

Designing Information Displays to Support Ad hoc, Interdisciplinary Emergency Medical Teamwork
Diana Kusunoki, College of Computing and Informatics, Drexel University

Social Tools for Everyday Adolescent Health
Andrew Miller, Institute for People and Technology, Georgia Tech

Collaborative Management of Information Issues in Healthcare
Alison R. Murphy, Pennsylvania State University

T1 Diabetes Patients' Experience and Use of Mobile Medical Technologies
Aisling Ann O'Kane, University College London

Theory Driven Development of Sociotechnical Interventions to Support Healthy Eating Behaviors
Christopher Schaefbauer, University of Colorado Boulder

Measuring and Assessing the Impact of Consistency in EHR Use
Genna R. Cohen, University of Michigan School of Public Health

Evaluating EHR Usability for Cardiac Inpatient Care
Lisa Grabenbauer, University of Nebraska Medical Center

Developing a Clinical Decision Support Tool for Patient Prioritization at Admission to Home Health Care
Maxim Topaz, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing

Patient-centered Development and Evaluation of mPOWEr: A Mobile Post-operative Wound Evaluator
Patrick Sanger, Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of Washington

Patient-reported Symptom Tracking and Neurological Assessment in Brain Cancer
Rebecca Hazen, University of Washington School of Medicine