Friday, November 14
8:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
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.
Use of Psychosocial Factors in Diabetes Care
C. Senteio, University of Michigan, School of Information
Assessing Health Information Technology Acceptance: Developing a Human Computer Interaction Activity-Centered Acceptance Framework
C. Boston-Clay Indiana University, Indianapolis, School of Informatics and Computing
Emergency Department Information Systems and Workflows
E. Mazlan, University of Sheffield, Information School
Design and Development of a Sociotechnical Intervention for People with Rare Diseases
H. MacLeod, Indiana University, Bloomington, School of Informatics & Computing
Improving Athlete-Coach Communication with Wearable Technology
K. Oakes, Indiana University, Bloomington, School of Informatics & Computing
Creating Adaptive Technology to Improve Patient Centered Care
M. Jacobs, Georgia Institute of Technology
Patient Sociotechnical Assemblages: The Distributed Cognition of Health Information Management
M. Willis, Syracuse University, School of Information Studies
Investigating Patient Information Needs during Emergency Care Visits
S. Park, University of California, Irvine, School of Information & Computer Sciences
Studies of the Impact of Health IT Implementation on Clinical Workflow
T. Wu, University of Michigan, School of Information
Supporting the Pre-hospital Information Sharing, Use and Retention during Emergency Medical Resuscitations
Z. Zhang, Drexel University, College of Computing & Informatics