Program

Saturday August 15th

08:30 – 09:00

Registration

09:00 – 09:30

Opening – Welcome

 

09:30 – 10:30

Keynote I - Dr. Lincoln Moura Jr – IMIA

Non-technical aspects of a strategy for deploying large-scale eHealth systems in complex environments. 

10:30- 11:00

Refreshment break and networking

11:00-12:40

Session 1 – Understanding different contexts using theory

  1. Engaging New Contexts in E-Health - Anderson, Tariq et al
  2. The Question Concerning Narration of Self in Health Informatics - Botin
  3. Health informatics can avoid committing symbolic violence by recognizing and supporting generic decision-making competencies  - Kaltoft et al.
  4. The Contextualization of Archetypes: Clinical Template Governance -  Pedersen et al.
  5. The Consumer Health Information System Adoption Model – Monkman and Kushniruk

12:40-13:40

Lunch

13:40 -15:00

Session 2 - Organizational and social issues I

  1. Integrating Methods to Evaluate Health Information Systems -
    Borim et al.
  2. Information Issues and Contexts that Impair Team Based Communication Workflow: A Palliative Sedation Case Study - Cornett & Kuziemsky
  3. The role of Medical Transciptionists in Producing High Quality Documentation - Johansen
  4. A Sequential Data Analysis Approach to Electronic Health Record Workflow - Kaufman et al.

15:00-15:30

Refreshment break and networking

15:30-16:50

Session 3 - Patient safety and design for different contexts

  1. Enhancing Patient Safety Event Reporting by K-nearest Neighbor Classifier – Liang and Gong
  2. Understanding the Context of Patient Safety Through The Lenses of Three IMIA Working Groups
    - Kuziemsky et al.
  3. Safer design - Composable EHRs and mechanisms for safety – Senathiraja
  4. Enhancing both healthcare provider feedback and personal health literacy: dual use of a decision quality measure - Kaltoft

16:50 – 17:50

Special feature

Safety oriented usability engineering process for health technologies and medical devices - IEC 62366 standard

Marie-Catherine Beuscart-Zephir - EVALAB 

17:50-18:00

Wrap-up & final comments for Day 1

20:00

Conference dinner

 

Sunday August 16th 

09:00-10:00

Keynote II - Dr. Carol Hullin

Escuela de Salud Fundacion DuocUC
Universidad Catolica de Chile

10:00 – 11:20

Session 4 - Organizational and social issues II

  1. Unveiling the mobile learning paradox - Mather and Cummings
  2. The role of the IT-department in Information System and Organizational Redesign – Stewarding Information Systems in use  - Petersen
  3. Monitoring the amount of practical use of eHealth on national level by use of log data – lessons learned - Villumsen et al.
  4. Work Systems' Characteristics Impacting Performance and Quality of the Discharge Letter Process
    - Watbled et al

11:20 – 11:40

Refreshment break and networking

11:40 – 13:20

Session 5 - Different users in context

  1. Nurse Practitioner Perceptions of the Impact of Electronic Medical Records Upon Clinical Practice
    - Borycki et al.
  2. Teaching Nursing Informatics in Australia, Canada and Denmark – Cummings et al.
  3. Physician Experiences with Perceived Pressure to Order Diagnostic Imaging Services – Griffith et al.
  4. User Preferences for Improving the Estonian National – Parv et al.
  5. Communication Pattern Regarding Alarms and Patient Signals Between Nurses, Other Health Care Actors, Patients and Devices – Solvoll et al.

13:20-14:20

Lunch

14:20 – 16:00

Session 6 - Evaluating for context through usability testing and other approaches

  1. Development of a Video Coding Scheme for Analyzing the Usability and Usefulness of Health Information Systems – Kushniruk and Borycki
  2. Usability Evaluation of a Medication Reconciliation and Allergy Review (MRAR) Kiosk: A Methodological Approach for Analyzing User Interactions - Lesselroth et al.
  3. Towards Evidence Based Usability in Health Informatics? – Marcilly et al.
  4. Medication Review: Human Factors study aiming at helping an acute geriatric unit to sustain and systematize the process - Wawrzynial et al.0

16:00 – 16:30

Refreshment break and networking

16:20 – 17:00

Closing session