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The team behind a new large study on electronic health records in Sweden

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In my last blog post I wrote about the application for ethical review, concerning a new large interview/survey/observation study with doctors and nurses at Akademiska Sjukhuset in Uppsala. The study, which will focus on how patient access to their medical records online has affected the work environment for physicians and nurses, will probably start during March. Since we are currently waiting for the results from the ethical review, this seems like a good time to introduce the team members behind the study.

The study is part of the DOME consortium, which collects researchers with a common interest in online electronic health records and their effects on patients and medical staff. The researchers come from different universities in Sweden. DISA (The effects of digitalization on the work environment for nurses) is a newly started project within the DOME consortium and the study I’m leading is the first study carried out within that project.

As many as 8 researchers and 2 medical doctors are behind this study;

Uppsala University:

  • Jonas Moll (In case you don’t realize whose blog you are reading – this is me! 🙂. I’m postdoc in Human-Computer Interaction at the IT-department and I lead this study)  [Researchgate]
  • Åsa Cajander (An associate professor in Human-Computer Interaction at the IT-department, who is the main responsible for the study and also the leader of DISA and the DOME-consortium)  [Blog] [Twitter] [Researchgate]
  • Isto Huvila (A professor in Information Studies at the ALM department)  [Blog] [Twitter] [Researchgate]

 

Uppsala University Hospital (Akademiska Sjukhuset):

  • Gustaf Hedström (A medical doctor with a Ph.D. degree in Oncology, at the department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology)  [Researchgate]
  • Ingrid Glimelius (A medical doctor with a Ph.D. degree in Oncology, at the department of Immunology, Genetics and Pathology)  [Researchgate]

 

Karolinska Institutet:

  • Maria Hägglund (A researcher in Health Informatics with a Ph.D. degree in Medical Informatics, at the department of Learning, Informatics, Management and Ethics)  [Blog] [Twitter] [Researchgate]

 

Royal Institute of Technology:

  • Christiane Grünloh (A Ph.D. student in Human-Computer Interaction at the School of Computer Science and Communication)  [Twitter] [Researchgate]

 

University of Skövde:

  • Rose-Mharie Åhlfeldt (An associate professor in Computer Science at the IT-institution)  [Twitter] [Researchgate]
  • Hanife Rexhepi (A Ph.D. student in Information Technology at the IT-department)  [Twitter][Researchgate]

 

Örebro University:

  • Gunilla Myreteg (An associate professor in Business Economics at the School of Business)  [Researchgate]

 

The group introduced briefly above is highly multi-disciplinary, which I am sure will prove to be valuable for the study. Stay tuned for more!  🙂

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