Who Cares? Exploring the Concept of Care Networks for Designing Healthcare Technologies

Workshop held in conjunction with ECSCW 2019 on June 8th in Salzburg, Austria
Co-sponsored by ACM FCA


Sun Young's picture

Sun Young Park (PhD UC Irvine) is an Assistant Professor in the Stamps School of Art and Design and the School of Information at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on patient engagement, patient-provider collaboration, patient-centered health technology, and technology adaptation.
www, @chelsea00ny

Francisco Nunes' picture

Francisco Nunes (PhD TU Wien) is a senior researcher at the Human-Centred Design department at Fraunhofer Portugal AICOS. His research focuses on understanding the everyday practices of patients and carers, and designing technologies for self-care and informal care contexts.
www, @xico_nunes

Andrew Berry's picture

Andrew Berry (PhD University of Washington) is a postdoctoral researcher at Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute and part-time lecturer in Human Centered Design & Engineering at the University of Washington. His research focuses on designing technologies that support collaborative care for people who manage multiple chronic conditions.
www, @aberry85

Ayşe Büyüktür's picture

Ayşe Büyüktür (PhD University of Michigan) is a researcher at the School of Information and the Michigan Institute for Clinical and Health Research (MICHR) at the University of Michigan. Her research focuses on the design and use of health information technologies to manage care in chronic illness and disability.
www, @abuyuktur

Luigi De Russis' picture

Luigi De Russis (PhD Politecnico di Torino) is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Computer and Control Engineering of Politecnico di Torino since 2018. His current research focuses on Human-Computer Interaction, with a particular interest on interaction techniques applied to complex settings (such as in Ambient Assisted Living).
www, @luigidr

Mary Czerwinski's picture

Mary Czerwinski (PhD Indiana University) is a Principal Researcher and Manager at Microsoft Research in the area of human-computer interaction. Her research interests of late include technology for health and wellbeing as well as information worker productivity.
www, @marycz

Woosuk Seo's picture

Woosuk Seo is a PhD student in the School of Information of the University of Michigan. His research focuses on designing support for effective communication in care for pediatric patients and their caregivers managing chronic illness, such as cancer.
www, @seo_woosuk