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Information quality in e-Health : 7th Conference of the Workgroup Human-Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering of the Austrian Computer Society, USAB 2011, Graz, Austria, November 25-26, 2011. Proceedings / Andreas Holzinger, Klaus-Martin Simonic (eds.).

By: (7th : USAB (Symposium) (7th : 2011 : Graz, Austria)Contributor(s): Holzinger, Andreas | Simonic, Klaus-MartinMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Serienbezeichnung | Lecture notes in computer science ; 7058. | LNCS sublibrary. SL 2, Programming and software engineering.Publication details: Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2011. Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 716 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783642253645; 3642253644Subject(s): Human-computer interaction -- Congresses | Medical informatics -- Congresses | Data mining -- Congresses | Software | Publication Formats | Medical Informatics | Medical Records Systems, Computerized | Medical Records | Computing Methodologies | Publication Characteristics | Information Science | Records | Data Collection | Epidemiologic Methods | Investigative Techniques | Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment | Congresses | Electronic Health Records | Medical Informatics Applications | User-Computer Interface | Informatique | Data mining | Human-computer interaction | Medical informatics | Computer science | Medical records / Data processingGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 004.01/9 LOC classification: QA76.9.H85 | U83 2011Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: Cognitive Approaches to Clinical Data Management for Decision Support (Plenary Session P1) -- Cognitive Approaches to Clinical Data Management for Decision Support: Is It Old Wine in New Bottle? / Thomas G. Kannampallil -- Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (HCI-KDD) Part 1 (Session WS 1) -- Visualization of Patient Samples by Dimensionality Reduction of Genome-Wide Measurements / Avi Ma'ayan -- Contextual Search: Issues and Challenges / Gabriella Pasi -- Data Certification Impact on Health Information Retrieval / Cristina Ribeiro -- Literature Mining for the Diagnostic Procedures of Osteoporosis / Cinar Ceken -- Challenges Storing and Representing Biomedical Data / Jose Luis Oliveira -- Semantic Analytics of PubMed Content / Andrzej Skowron -- Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (HCI-KDD) Part 2 (Session WS 2) -- Complexity Profiles of DNA Sequences Using Finite-Context Models / Sara P. Garcia -- Representing and Visualizing Mined Artful Processes in MailOfMine / Tiziana Catarci -- Checking User-Centred Design Principles in Distributed Cognition Models: A Case Study in the Healthcare Domain / Paul Curzon -- Interactive Visualization for Information Analysis in Medical Diagnosis / Andreas Holzinger -- Clinical Data Privacy and Customization via Biometrics Based on ECG Signals / Joaquim Filipe -- Information Usability and Clinical Workflows (Session S1) -- Usability Evaluation of Digital Dictation Procedure -- An Interaction Analysis Approach / Marko Nieminen -- Openness to Accept Medical Technology -- A Cultural View / Andre Calero Valdez -- Need for Usability and Wish for Mobility: Case Study of Client End Applications for Primary Healthcare Providers in Croatia / Vlado Glavinic -- Education and Patient Empowerment (Session S4)
Note continued: Prepared Partner: Can a Video Game Teach Labor and Childbirth Support Techniques? / Sri Kurniawan -- Development of an Interactive Application for Learning Medical Procedures and Clinical Decision Making / Andreas Holzinger -- Enhancing Collaboration in ASD-Centric Treatment Environments: A Proposed Architecture / Claudia Fenili -- Patient Empowerment and Health Services (Session S7) -- Home-Healthcare-Network (H2N): An Autonomous Care-Giving System for Elderly People / Casey O'Brien -- Healthcare IVRS for Non-Tech-Savvy Users / Abhishek Shrivastav -- Experienced Barriers in Web Applications and Their Comparison to the WCAG Guidelines / Diana Ruth-Janneck -- Information Visualization, Knowledge and Analytics (Session S 10) -- Visual Exploration of Time-Oriented Patient Data for Chronic Diseases: Design Study and Evaluation / Felix Drexler -- It's All about the Medium: Identifying Patients' Medial Preferences for Telemedical Consultations / Eva-Maria Jakobs -- Knowledge Discovery and Expert Knowledge for Creating a Chart-Model of a Biological Network -- Introductory to Research in Chronic Diseases and Comorbidity / Ljiljana Trtica-Majnaric -- Information Usability and Accessibility (Session S 2) -- Method to Improve Accessibility of Rich Internet Applications / Yoshiaki Fukazawa -- User-Centered Design of Accessible Web and Automation Systems / Sabina Jeschke -- Systematic Analysis of Mobile Diabetes Management Applications on Different Platforms / Derek Flood -- Governmental Health Services and Clinical Routine (Session S 5) -- eHealth Service Discovery Framework: A Case Study in Ethiopia / Theo van der Weide -- PROP -- A Medical Expert System for Preoperative Testing / Sabine Klausner -- Utilizing Acquired Healthcare Knowledge, Based on Using Electronic Health Records / Marjan Khobreh -- Information Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery (Session S 8)
Note continued: Navigability of an Ontology-Based Web Site / Seongbin Park -- Navigating through Very Large Sets of Medical Records: An Information Retrieval Evaluation Architecture for Non-standardized Text / Andreas Holzinger -- TagTree: Storing and Re-finding Files Using Tags / Wolfgang Slany -- Decision Making Support and Technology Acceptance (Session S 11) -- Detecting Cognitive Impairment Using Keystroke and Linguistic Features of Typed Text: Toward an Adaptive Method for Continuous Monitoring of Cognitive Status / Andrew Sears -- Electronic Rating of Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: Mobile Digital Forms Beat Paper and Pencil Checklists in a Comparative Study / Sissel Guttormsen Schar -- What Determines Public Perceptions of Implantable Medical Technology: Insights into Cognitive and Affective Factors / Martina Ziefle -- Information Retrieval, Privacy and Clinical Routine (Session S 12) -- Assessing Medical Treatment Compliance Based on Formal Process Modeling / Stefanie Rinderle-Ma -- Enhanced Approach to Supporting Controlled Access to EPRs with Three Levels of Identity Privacy Preservations / Ning Zhang -- SemScribe: Automatic Generation of Medical Reports / Manfred Stede -- Usability and Accessibility Methodologies (Session S 9) -- Accessibility Evaluation for Open Source Word Processors / Jan Engelen -- Touch Sensitive User Interface Approach on Smartphones for Visually Impaired and Blind Persons / Mario Traar -- Added Value of In-Situ Methods in Usability Evaluation of a Self-service Ticketing Machine with a View on Elderly Users: A Case Study / Manfred Tscheligi -- Information Usability and Knowledge Discovery (Session S 6) -- When Your Living Space Knows What You Do: Acceptance of Medical Home Monitoring by Different Technologies / Wiktoria Wilkowska
Note continued: Identification of School-Aged Children with High Probability of Risk Behavior on the Basis of Easily Measurable Variables / Jan Paralic -- MedReminder -- An Interactive Multimedia Medical Application for the IPTV Environment / Matevz Pogacnik -- Logical Approach to Web User Interface Adaptation / Wolfgang Zagler -- Human-Centred Computing (Session S 3) -- Exploring Training Issues in Healthcare: Towards Identifying Barriers to Increase Electronic Medical Records Adoption by Healthcare Professionals / A. Ant Ozok -- Requirements of Indoor Navigation System from Blind Users / Gerhard Weber -- Empirical Study on the Relevance of Factors Influencing Readability of Instruction Manuals for Elderly / Christopher M. Schlick -- Dispedia.de -- A Linked Information System for Rare Diseases / Michael Martin -- Poster Presentations (within Session C 4) -- How Medical Expertise Influences the Understanding of Symptom Intensities -- A Fuzzy Approach / Josef F. Krems -- Older Adults' Perception of Costs and Benefits of Web-Based and Mobile PHR Technologies: A Focus Group Approach / Martina Ziefle -- Biomedical Informatics in Health Professional Education (Plenary Session P 2) -- Biomedical Informatics: Defining the Science and Its Role in Health Professional Education / Edward H. Shortliffe.
Summary: This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th Conference of the Workgroup Human-Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering of the Austrian Computer Society, USAB 2011, in Graz, Austria, in November 2011. The 18 revised full papers together with 29 revised short papers and 2 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 103 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on cognitive approaches to clinical data management for decision support, human-computer interaction and knowledge discovery in databases (hci-kdd), information usability and clinical workflows, education and patient empowerment, patient empowerment and health services, information visualization, knowledge & analytics, information usability and accessibility, governmental health services & clinical routine, information retrieval and knowledge discovery, decision making support & technology acceptance, information retrieval, privacy & clinical routine, usability and accessibility methodologies, information usability and knowledge discovery, human-centred computing, and biomedical informatics in health professional education.
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Includes bibliographical references and author index.

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 7th Conference of the Workgroup Human-Computer Interaction and Usability Engineering of the Austrian Computer Society, USAB 2011, in Graz, Austria, in November 2011. The 18 revised full papers together with 29 revised short papers and 2 posters presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 103 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on cognitive approaches to clinical data management for decision support, human-computer interaction and knowledge discovery in databases (hci-kdd), information usability and clinical workflows, education and patient empowerment, patient empowerment and health services, information visualization, knowledge & analytics, information usability and accessibility, governmental health services & clinical routine, information retrieval and knowledge discovery, decision making support & technology acceptance, information retrieval, privacy & clinical routine, usability and accessibility methodologies, information usability and knowledge discovery, human-centred computing, and biomedical informatics in health professional education.

Machine generated contents note: Cognitive Approaches to Clinical Data Management for Decision Support (Plenary Session P1) -- Cognitive Approaches to Clinical Data Management for Decision Support: Is It Old Wine in New Bottle? / Thomas G. Kannampallil -- Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (HCI-KDD) Part 1 (Session WS 1) -- Visualization of Patient Samples by Dimensionality Reduction of Genome-Wide Measurements / Avi Ma'ayan -- Contextual Search: Issues and Challenges / Gabriella Pasi -- Data Certification Impact on Health Information Retrieval / Cristina Ribeiro -- Literature Mining for the Diagnostic Procedures of Osteoporosis / Cinar Ceken -- Challenges Storing and Representing Biomedical Data / Jose Luis Oliveira -- Semantic Analytics of PubMed Content / Andrzej Skowron -- Workshop on Human-Computer Interaction and Knowledge Discovery in Databases (HCI-KDD) Part 2 (Session WS 2) -- Complexity Profiles of DNA Sequences Using Finite-Context Models / Sara P. Garcia -- Representing and Visualizing Mined Artful Processes in MailOfMine / Tiziana Catarci -- Checking User-Centred Design Principles in Distributed Cognition Models: A Case Study in the Healthcare Domain / Paul Curzon -- Interactive Visualization for Information Analysis in Medical Diagnosis / Andreas Holzinger -- Clinical Data Privacy and Customization via Biometrics Based on ECG Signals / Joaquim Filipe -- Information Usability and Clinical Workflows (Session S1) -- Usability Evaluation of Digital Dictation Procedure -- An Interaction Analysis Approach / Marko Nieminen -- Openness to Accept Medical Technology -- A Cultural View / Andre Calero Valdez -- Need for Usability and Wish for Mobility: Case Study of Client End Applications for Primary Healthcare Providers in Croatia / Vlado Glavinic -- Education and Patient Empowerment (Session S4)

Note continued: Prepared Partner: Can a Video Game Teach Labor and Childbirth Support Techniques? / Sri Kurniawan -- Development of an Interactive Application for Learning Medical Procedures and Clinical Decision Making / Andreas Holzinger -- Enhancing Collaboration in ASD-Centric Treatment Environments: A Proposed Architecture / Claudia Fenili -- Patient Empowerment and Health Services (Session S7) -- Home-Healthcare-Network (H2N): An Autonomous Care-Giving System for Elderly People / Casey O'Brien -- Healthcare IVRS for Non-Tech-Savvy Users / Abhishek Shrivastav -- Experienced Barriers in Web Applications and Their Comparison to the WCAG Guidelines / Diana Ruth-Janneck -- Information Visualization, Knowledge and Analytics (Session S 10) -- Visual Exploration of Time-Oriented Patient Data for Chronic Diseases: Design Study and Evaluation / Felix Drexler -- It's All about the Medium: Identifying Patients' Medial Preferences for Telemedical Consultations / Eva-Maria Jakobs -- Knowledge Discovery and Expert Knowledge for Creating a Chart-Model of a Biological Network -- Introductory to Research in Chronic Diseases and Comorbidity / Ljiljana Trtica-Majnaric -- Information Usability and Accessibility (Session S 2) -- Method to Improve Accessibility of Rich Internet Applications / Yoshiaki Fukazawa -- User-Centered Design of Accessible Web and Automation Systems / Sabina Jeschke -- Systematic Analysis of Mobile Diabetes Management Applications on Different Platforms / Derek Flood -- Governmental Health Services and Clinical Routine (Session S 5) -- eHealth Service Discovery Framework: A Case Study in Ethiopia / Theo van der Weide -- PROP -- A Medical Expert System for Preoperative Testing / Sabine Klausner -- Utilizing Acquired Healthcare Knowledge, Based on Using Electronic Health Records / Marjan Khobreh -- Information Retrieval and Knowledge Discovery (Session S 8)

Note continued: Navigability of an Ontology-Based Web Site / Seongbin Park -- Navigating through Very Large Sets of Medical Records: An Information Retrieval Evaluation Architecture for Non-standardized Text / Andreas Holzinger -- TagTree: Storing and Re-finding Files Using Tags / Wolfgang Slany -- Decision Making Support and Technology Acceptance (Session S 11) -- Detecting Cognitive Impairment Using Keystroke and Linguistic Features of Typed Text: Toward an Adaptive Method for Continuous Monitoring of Cognitive Status / Andrew Sears -- Electronic Rating of Objective Structured Clinical Examinations: Mobile Digital Forms Beat Paper and Pencil Checklists in a Comparative Study / Sissel Guttormsen Schar -- What Determines Public Perceptions of Implantable Medical Technology: Insights into Cognitive and Affective Factors / Martina Ziefle -- Information Retrieval, Privacy and Clinical Routine (Session S 12) -- Assessing Medical Treatment Compliance Based on Formal Process Modeling / Stefanie Rinderle-Ma -- Enhanced Approach to Supporting Controlled Access to EPRs with Three Levels of Identity Privacy Preservations / Ning Zhang -- SemScribe: Automatic Generation of Medical Reports / Manfred Stede -- Usability and Accessibility Methodologies (Session S 9) -- Accessibility Evaluation for Open Source Word Processors / Jan Engelen -- Touch Sensitive User Interface Approach on Smartphones for Visually Impaired and Blind Persons / Mario Traar -- Added Value of In-Situ Methods in Usability Evaluation of a Self-service Ticketing Machine with a View on Elderly Users: A Case Study / Manfred Tscheligi -- Information Usability and Knowledge Discovery (Session S 6) -- When Your Living Space Knows What You Do: Acceptance of Medical Home Monitoring by Different Technologies / Wiktoria Wilkowska

Note continued: Identification of School-Aged Children with High Probability of Risk Behavior on the Basis of Easily Measurable Variables / Jan Paralic -- MedReminder -- An Interactive Multimedia Medical Application for the IPTV Environment / Matevz Pogacnik -- Logical Approach to Web User Interface Adaptation / Wolfgang Zagler -- Human-Centred Computing (Session S 3) -- Exploring Training Issues in Healthcare: Towards Identifying Barriers to Increase Electronic Medical Records Adoption by Healthcare Professionals / A. Ant Ozok -- Requirements of Indoor Navigation System from Blind Users / Gerhard Weber -- Empirical Study on the Relevance of Factors Influencing Readability of Instruction Manuals for Elderly / Christopher M. Schlick -- Dispedia.de -- A Linked Information System for Rare Diseases / Michael Martin -- Poster Presentations (within Session C 4) -- How Medical Expertise Influences the Understanding of Symptom Intensities -- A Fuzzy Approach / Josef F. Krems -- Older Adults' Perception of Costs and Benefits of Web-Based and Mobile PHR Technologies: A Focus Group Approach / Martina Ziefle -- Biomedical Informatics in Health Professional Education (Plenary Session P 2) -- Biomedical Informatics: Defining the Science and Its Role in Health Professional Education / Edward H. Shortliffe.

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