Program

AGENDA ,  POSTERS, & PROCEEDINGS

AGENDA
Saturday Nov 3, 2012 (Room: Northwest 5)

8:30 – 8:45 am         Welcome

8:45 – 10:00 am       Opening Keynote – Ben Shneiderman –  Teaming up to improve wellness and healthcare outcomes

10:00 – 10:30 am     Coffee Break

10:30 – 11:30 am     Breakout Session 1:  Coffee Clatch – Cafe conversation

11:30 – 1:00 pm       Lunch Break & Student-Mentor Meetings

1:00 – 2:00 pm         Panel 1 NSF Smart Health and Wellbeing projects  – moderated by Suzanne Bakken

2:00 – 2:45 pm         Breakout Session 2: Coffee Clatch – Cafe tasks

2:45 – 3:00 pm         Coffee Break

3:00 -3:20 pm          WISH Madness Part I

3:20 -4:20 pm          Panel 2  Opportunities and Challenges in Designing Interactive Systems for Patient-Provider Communication – moderated by Kai Zheng

4:20 – 4:45 pm         WISH Madness Part II

4:45 – 6:00 pm         Break

6:00 – 7:30 pm         Poster Reception

Sunday Nov 4, 2012 (Room: Northwest 5)

8:45 – 10:00 am        Closing Keynote Ted Shortliffe – Informatics and Computer Science:  Assuring the Twain Shall Meet

10:00 -10:30 am        Coffee Break

10:30 – 11:30 am      Panel 3 Supporting Patients with Chronic Illness – moderated by Enid Montague

11:30 – 12:00 pm      Report Out from Breakout Groups & Closing

POSTER PROCEEDINGS

Report Format Preferences of Family Physicians for Fracture Risk

Sonya Allin, Sarah Munce, Leslie Carlin, & Susan Jaglal

University of Toronto

Designing a POND: Pattern-Oriented Nutrition Diary

Adrienne Andrew, Gaetano Borriello, & James Fogarty

University of Washington

Resident physicians’ interaction with EHRs during primary-care visits

Onur Asan1 & Enid Montague2

1University of Wisconsin-Madison, & 2Northwestern University

Designing Reminders and Notifications for Scheduling Research Visits

Solomon Berhe1, Junfeng Gao1, Gregory Hruby1, Adam Wilcox1, Richard Steinman2, Carlos Lopez3, Linda Busacca4, J Thomas Bigger2,3, Suzanne Bakken1,2,5, Chunhua Weng1,2

1Department of Biomedical Informatics, 2The Irving Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, 3Department of Medicine, 4The Clinical Trials Office, & 5School of Nursing, Columbia University

Online Health Seeking and Social Search

Matthew Bonner & Elizabeth Mynatt

Georgia Institute of Technology

Measurable Gains in Efficiency and Quality in Patient-Provider Communication

Melissa Braxton1, Keith Butler1, Mark Haselkorn1, Chris Esposito1, Lawrence Lyon2, Walter Nichol3

1Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, University Of Washington,2VA Puget Sound Healthcare Services, American Lake Division, & 3Patient Care Services, Veterans Health Administration

#Health@You: An Overview of Text-based Glanceable Displays as a Tool for Socio-technical Interventions

Allison Brown & Katie Siek

University of Colorado Boulder

Temporality in Information Practices of Patients and Clinicians: A Field Study in Bone Marrow Transplant

Ayse Buyuktur & Mark Ackerman

University of Michigan

A Mobile User Interface for Food Portion Size Estimation

Beenish Chaudry & Kay Connelly

Indiana University

Bridging Clinical and Non-clinical Health Practices: A Workshop Report

Yunan Chen1, Charlotte Tang2, Karen Cheng1, Sun Young Park1

1Department of Informatics, University of California Irvine & 2Department of Computer Science, Engineering and Physics, University of Michigan-Flint

Visual Framing: Nudging Toward Health Behavior Change

Eun Kyoung Choe

University of Washington

Technologies to support aging-in-place among low-SES urban-dwelling older adults

Robyn Evans1, Ginger White1, Morgan Soladine1, Kay Connelly1, Kelly Caine2

1Indiana University & 2Clemson University

Designing Individualized Continuous Patient Education (iCOPE) Platform

Joseph Finkelstein, Jeffrey Wood, & Eunme Cha

Johns Hopkins University

Facilitating Intuitive and Interactive Query Composition and Reformulation for Clinical Researchers

Junfeng Gao, Adam Wilcox, Jianhua Li, Feng Liu, Gregory Hruby, Suzanne Bakken, & Chunhua Weng.

Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University

Firefly: Designing a Game for Promoting Relaxation Before Sleep

Michael Gilbert1, Eun Kyoung Choe2, Michael Lee2, & Julie Kientz1

1Human Centered Design & Engineering & 2The Information School

University of Washington

Designing an Interface to Support Shared Decision Making in Oncology

Michael Gonzales & Laurel Riek

University of Notre Dame

Recruiting Participants with Chronic Conditions in Second Life

Saira Haque, Jodi Swicegood, Elizabeth Dean, & Ashley Richards

RTI International

The Doctor is in the House: Examining Health Professionals’ Roles in Online Patient Communities

Jina Huh1, David McDonald2, Andrea Hartzler2, Albert Park1, & Wanda Pratt1,2

1Biomedical Informatics & Medical Education & 2The Information School

University of Washington

Experiencing Chronic Illness in Flint: A Study of Health Information Behavior

Elizabeth Kaziunas & Mark Ackerman

University of Michigan

Physician Use of Electronic Handoff Tools to Create Patient Mental Models

Logan Kendall1, Katherine Blondon1, Justin Iwasaki1, Jennifer Best1, Andrew White1, Predrag Klasnja2

1University of Washington, & 2University of Michigan

An Interactive Perspective of Health Information Technology Design to Support Collaboration

Craig Kuziemsky1 & Madhu Reddy2

1University of Ottawa & 2Penn State University

SunDay: Using Metaphors to Design Visualizations of Sun Exposure

Amanda Lazar1, Leslie Liu1, Albert Park1, Wanda Pratt1, 2

1Biomedical Informatics & Medical Education & 2The Information School, University of Washington

Understanding Personal Informatics Needs of Individuals with Chronic Health Conditions

Haley Macleod & Anthony Tang

Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary

Expanding the scope of medication adherence measurement to include the measurement of contributing factors

Julie Maitland & John Rutter

Populus Global Solutions Inc.

C-PACE: a Practical Framework for Interactive, Highly-Mobile Accountable-Care Systems

Russell Maulitz1,2, Wayne Zachary1, & Janis Cannon-Bowers1,3

1Starship Health Technologies, 2Drexel University, & 3University of South Florida

Pushing the Boundaries of Intraoperative Image Use

Helena M. Mentis

Microsoft Research, Cambridge

StepStream: A Social Fitness Intervention for Middle School Students

Andrew Miller, Jessica Pater, & Elizabeth Mynatt.

Georgia Institute of Technology

Validity and Utility of an Interactive Multimedia Health Literacy Assessment

Raymond Ownby1, Drenna Waldrop-Valverde2, Amarilis Acevedo1, Robin Jacobs1, & Joshua Caballero1

1Nova Southeastern University & 2Emory University

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills as Predictors of Behavior in an Interactive Consumer Health Informatics Intervention

Raymond Ownby1, Drenna Waldrop-Valverde2, Robin Jacobs1, Joshua Caballero1

1Nova Southeastern University & 2Emory University

Automatic Profiling of Users’ Health Interests from Online Communities

Albert Park1, Andrea Hartzler2, Jina Huh1, David McDonald2, & Wanda Pratt1,2

1Biomedical Informatics & Medical Education & 2The Information School

University of Washington

TalkBack: A Nutrition-Focused Online Forum for Kids

Andrea Parker, Ian McClendon, Catherine Grevet, & Elizabeth Mynatt

College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology

Exploring clinician empathy using social signal processing technology

Rupa Patel1, Mary Czerwinski4, Anthony Back2, & Wanda Pratt1,3

1Biomedical Informatics & Medical Education, 2Division of Oncology & 3The Information School, University of Washington, & 4Microsoft Research

Exploring Visualization Techniques To Identify Opportunities For Error in Interactions with Clinical Informatics Technologies

Katherine M. Sellen, Andrea Jovanovich, & Mark Chignell

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto

Designing a Behavioral Intervention Technology for the Prevention of Depression in Youth

Colleen Stiles-Shields, Jennifer Duffecy, Joyce Ho, & David Mohr

Center for Behavioral Intervention Technologies, Department of Preventive Medicine, & Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University

Promoting access to care, patient–provider communication, and adherence in underserved populations

Tammy Toscos1,2, Brad Doebbeling1,3,4, & Paige Dechant1

1Regenstrief Institute, Inc, 2School of Health & Human Services, IPFW, 3VA HSR&D Roudebush VAMC, & 4Department of Medicine, IU School of Medicine

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