Revisiting Patient-Clinician Interaction in 2022: Challenges from the Field and Opportunities for Future Research

In-person workshop held in conjunction with ECSCW 2022 on June 28th 2022


Francisco Nunes' picture

Francisco Nunes is a senior researcher at the Human-Centred Design department at Fraunhofer Portugal AICOS. His research focuses on understanding and designing technologies for self-care and informal care contexts.
www, @xico_nunes

Nervo Verdezoto's picture

Nervo Verdezoto is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Computer Science and Informatics at Cardiff University. He has investigated the invisible work across multiple care settings. His recent work explores how care infrastructures and socio-technical and cultural practices influence maternal health in the Global South.
www, @nervoxavier

Tariq Andersen's picture

Tariq Osman Andersen is a associate professor of Health Informatics at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. His current research focuses on co-design and socio-technical evaluation of AI-based tools for improving patient-clinician interaction in cardiac care.
www, @tariqandersen

Stina Matthiesen's picture

Stina Matthiesen is an assistant professor in Software, Data, People and Society at the Department of Computer Science, University of Copenhagen. Her research focuses on analysing and co-designing data-driven technologies for patient-clinician collaboration and clinical decision support in cardiac care.
www, @MatthiesenStina

Christina Chung's picture

Christina Chung is an assistant professor in Informatics at Indiana University Bloomington. Her research examines how the design of ubiquitous computing and personal informatics systems can support relationships, health behaviour, and care.
www, @sweetflute

Sun Young's picture

Sun Young Park is an associate professor at the University of Michigan in the Stamps School of Art and Design and the School of Information. Her research uses design ethnography to study patient engagement, patient–provider collaboration, patient-centred health technology, and technology adaptation.
www, @chelsea00ny

Woosuk Seo's picture

Woosuk Seo is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Michigan in the School of Information. His current work focuses on designing technology to enhance health communication and collaboration between child patients with chronic illness and their parents.
www, @seo_woosuk

Paul Studenic's picture

Paul Studenic is a rheumatologist and post-doctoral researcher at the Medical University of Vienna and Karolinska Institute. His research focuses on outcomes in inflammatory rheumatic diseases, with a special emphasis on methodology, patient perspective and digital health.
www, @stiddyo