Techno-Anthropology in Health Informatics (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
272
Utgivningsdatum
2015-08-06
Förlag
IOS Press
Medarbetare
Bertelsen, Pernille / Nohr, Christian
Illustrationer
Illustrations
Dimensioner
241 x 165 x 25 mm
Vikt
644 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
52:B&W 6.14 x 9.21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam
ISBN
9781614995593
Techno-Anthropology in Health Informatics (inbunden)

Techno-Anthropology in Health Informatics

Methodologies for Improving Human-Technology Relations

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Techno-Anthropology is an emerging interdisciplinary research field focusing on human/technology interactions and relations, and how these can be understood and facilitated in context. Techno-Anthropology also considers how technological innovation, development and implementation can be made in an appropriate and pragmatic way in relation to understanding work practices.

Techno-Anthropology has much to offer to the health informatics and eHealth fields, and this book presents the work of experienced international researchers who share here how they have applied Techno-Anthropology methodologies to their research. The book is divided into three sections: ethnographic and anthropological perspectives on methodology; ethical and sociotechnical approaches; and users, participation and human factors. Topics covered include: learning the craft of Techno-Anthropology; anthropological approaches in studying technology induced errors; technology and the ecology of chronic illness in everyday life; Techno-Anthropologists as agents of change; and using rapid ethnography to support the design and implementation of health information technologies, as well as many more.

The book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners within the health informatics field as well as students and scholars. The book will inspire researchers and practitioners to examine health informatics from a new perspective.
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Preface v
Lars Botin, Pernille Bertelsen and Christian Nhr
Contributors vii
Part 1. Ethnographic and Anthropological Perspectives on Methodology
Challenges in Improving Health Care by Use of Health Informatics Technology 3
Lars Botin, Pernille Bertelsen and Christian Nhr
Using Rapid Ethnography to Support the Design and Implementation of Health
Information Technologies 14
Sara Ackerman, Nathaniel Gleason and Ralph Gonzales
Uncovering Everyday Rhythms and Patterns: Food Tracking and New Forms
of Visibility and Temporality in Health Care 28
Minna Ruckenstein
The British National Formulary: Checking, Medicines and Clinicians 41
Jane Dickson
Patient Centred Systems: Techno-Anthropological Reflections on the Challenges
of 'Meaningfully Engaging' Patients Within Health Informatics Research 52
Ming-Chao Wong, Helen Almond, Elizabeth Cummings, Erin Roehrer,
Chris Showell and Paul Turner
Tracking Porters: Learning the Craft of Techno-Anthropology 67
Maja Hojer Bruun, Jakob Krause-Jensen and Margit Saltofte
Part 2. Ethical and Sociotechnical Approaches
Techno-Anthropological Ethics and Health Information Systems Technologies 83
Tom Brsen and Pia Brandt Danborg
Technology in Intersecting Figured Worlds 95
Gertrud Lynge Esbensen and Cathrine Hasse
Persons and Their Personal Health Records: Augmented Embodiment Meets
the Quasi-Doctor 106
Galit Wellner
A Model of Tradeoffs for Understanding Health Information Technology
Implementation 116
Craig E. Kuziemsky
Use of Techno-Anthropologic Approaches in Studying Technology-Induced
Errors 129
Elizabeth M. Borycki and Andre W. Kushniruk
xiii
Part 3. Users, Participation and Human Factors
Technology and the Ecology of Chronic Illness in Everyday Life 145
Laurie L. Novak, Christopher L. Simpson, Jason Slagle
and Shelagh A. Mulvaney
Monitoring Technology Meets Care Work: Challenges of Monitoring Wet-Beds
in a Nursing Home 157
Anne Marie Kanstrup and Ann Bygholm
Techno-Anthropological Sensibilities in Health Informatics: Opportunities
and Challenges 168
Claus Bossen
Techno-Anthropologists as Change Agents: A Case in Health Informatics 180
Lone Stub Petersen
The Smart Floor: How a Public-Private Partnership Co-Developed
a Heterogeneous Healthcare Technology System 191
Ssser Brodersen and Hanne Lindegaard
Video Analysis and Remote Digital Ethnography: Approaches to Understanding
User Perspectives and Processes Involving Healthcare Information Technology 206
Andre W. Kushniruk and Elizabeth M. Borycki
Clinical Simulation: For What and How Can It Be Used in Design
and Evaluation of Health IT 217
Sanne Jensen
Application of Human Factors Methods to Design Healthcare Work Systems:
Instance of the prevention of Adverse Drug Events 229
Romaric Marcilly and Marie-Catherine Beuscart-Zephir
Mapping Health Outcome and Costs when Coordinating Local Information
System Redesign 242
ke Walldius, Nils-Gran Olve and Hedvig Aminoff
Subject Index 255
Author Index 257