Students from the Health Informatics Research Group are presenting their research at the 15th International Symposium on Health Information Management Research (ISHIMR 2011) which takes place on the 8-9 September 2011, in Zurich, Switzerland.
Liz Brewster is presenting a poster on her work entitled "Concepts of bibliotherapy: from initial definitions to patient empowerment" in collaboration with her supervisor, Barbara Sen.
Robinah Namuleme is giving a paper on her research entitled "Information
disconnects for people infected with, or affected by, HIV/AIDs" in collaboration with Nigel Ford and Peter Bath.
Tom Poulter is presenting a poster on his research "Requirements for oncology EPRs – a mixed methods approach" in collaboration with Peter Bath. Tom is also presenting a paper on "An Analysis of Electronic Document Management in Oncology Care" in collaboration with Brian Gannon (Birkbeck College) and Peter Bath.
Tomislav Dimitrovski is presenting a paper on "Acceptance of Health IT in Health Professionals" in collaboration with Professor Panos Ketikidis (SEERC, Thessaloniki) and Peter Bath.
Jean Stephenson-Agren is presenting a poster on her work entitled "Electronic patient record and documentation of deterioration in Patients at risk of in-hospital cardiac arrest" in collaboration with Professor Goran Petersson (eHealth Institute, Linnaeus University, Sweden) and Peter Bath.
Peter Bath is also presenting a paper on "Older people's health information needs and sources" in collaboration with former PhD student, Dr. Wen-Chin Hsu.
Also presenting at the conference at former PhD students, Professor Maija-Leena Huotari and Dr. Rabiah Ahmad, as well as Paolo Melillo (visiting research student) and Kristina Ericksson Backa (visiting researcher).