Program for the 4th Infrastructure workshop on Infrastructures for Healthcare: Action  Research, Interventions, and Participatory Design

In total 25 papers (15 long and 10 short)

Thursday: 8 long papers and 5 short papers

Friday: 7 long papers and 5 short papers 

Time Thursday 13 June
09:00-9:20 Registration and coffee
09:20-09:30 Welcome Gunnar Ellingsen and Pernille Bjørn
09:30-10:30 Keynote: professor Kjeld Schmidt – “Bewitched, bothered, and bewildered”: The concept of infrastructure in CSCW (keynote)
10:30-10:40 Break
10:40-12:00 4 Long papers (20 minutes per presentation) Session chair: Bridget Kane

  • Building Usability into National eHealth Strategies, an Action Research Approach, Isabella Scandurra, Rose-Mharie Åhlfeldt, Anne Persson and Maria Hägglund (paper)
  • Infrastructural expansion under time pressure: an empirical case, Polyxeni Vassilakopoulou and Nicolas Marmaras (paper)
  • Introducing adaptive co-management: A toolbox for II governance and research?, Espen Skorve (paper)
  • The Right to Insight (Innsynrett) and the Information Flow for User-Oriented e-health Infrastructure in Norway, Anna Zaytseva and Miria Grisot (paper)
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-13:50 5 short papers (10 minutes per presentation) Session chair: Jørgen Bansler

  • Developing Sustainable Telemedicine Services: a case study from Nepal, Pritam Lal Shrestha and Gunnar Ellingsen (paper)
  • An architecture solution for security and interoperability of EHR systems, Mario Sicuranza and Mario Ciampi (paper)
  • Sustainability of e-health infrastructures: Inviting Different Domains, Femke Vennik, Marcello Aspria, Samantha Adams and Kim Putters (paper)
  • eHealth Governance – a Study of Cross-border Collaboration in Health Care Information Infrastructures, Malin Nordström and Jenny Lagsten (paper)
  • Toward User-driven Product / Activity Design for Health-care Services, Kentaro Watanabe, Tomohiro Fukuhara, Hiroyasu Miwa, and Takuichi Nishimure (paper)
13:50-14:05 Break
14:05-15:25 4 Long papers (20 minutes per presentation) Session chair: Morten Hertzum

  • Empirically sensibility in design workshops of Healthcare infrastructures, Pernille Bjorn and Nina Boulus-Rødje (paper)
  • Drama-driven workshops in healthcare co-design – options and critical questions, Carljohan Orre, Robyn Schimmer and Olov Forsgren (paper)
  • It’s like a guardian angel looking at you! Conflicting representations of patient-centered infrastructures by doctors and patients, Enrico Maria Piras and Alberto Zanutto (paper)
  • Alignment of concern – A design rational for E-health, Tariq Andersen, Jørgen Bansler, Finn Kensing, Jonas Moll and Karen Nielsen (paper)
15:25-15:40 Break
15:40-16:40 Keynote: CEO Tor Arne Viksjø, DIPS ASA – “The Long and Winding Road – from Underdog to Market Leader” (keynote)
19:00 Dinner at Vertshuset Skarven / Arctandria



Time Friday 14 June
9:00-10:00 Keynote: professor Trisha Greenhalgh – Resistance’ to technology use, covering healthcare ICTs and telecare in the home (keynote)
10:00-10:10 Break
10:10-11:10 3 Long papers (20 minutes per presentation) Session chair: Miria Grisot

  • Exploring Clinical Overview, Benedicte Fleron (paper)
  • At the center of the galaxy. The integrative role of medical progress notes, Jørgen P. Bansler, Erling C. Havn, Troels Mønsted and Kjeld Schmidt (paper)
  • Structuring the content of large-scale Electronic Patient Records,  Line Silsand and Gunnar Ellingsen (paper)
11:10-11:25 Break
11:25-12:15 5 short papers (10 minutes per presentation) Session chair: Nina Boulus-Rødje

  • What Makes an MDT, and How Do MDTs Work? Bridget Kane, Kristina Groth and Pieter Toussaint (paper)
  • Readiness Assessment for the Implementation of Electronic Patient Record in Ghana: A case study of University of Ghana Hospital, Samuel Adjorlolo and Gunnar Ellingsen (paper)
  • Acknowledging the Results of Blood Tests: A Study of Heterogeneity at Work, Arnvør Á Torkilsheyggi and Morten Hertzum (paper)
  • The Innovation Centre: A Hospital Infrastructure for Innovations in Health Care, Kristina Groth, Jörgen Larsson and Johan Permert (paper)
  • Work practice/IT alignment in Healthcare, Jenny Lagsten and Malin Nordström (paper)
12:15-13:15 Lunch
13:15-14:35 4 Long papers (20 minutes per presentation) Session chair: Kristina Groth

  • Of Blooming Flowers and Multiple Sockets: Infrastructure Integration and the Technological Imaginary, Marcello Aspria, Marleen De Mul and Samantha Adams (paper)
  • Constructing infrastructures, constructing children and professionals ‘at risk’: ICT implementation in Dutch child welfare, Inge Lecluijze, Bart Penders, Frans Feron and Klasien Horstman (paper)
  • On Text in Oncology, Lars Rune Christensen (paper)
  • Electronic Prescriptions: A case study, Eli Larsen (paper)
14:35-14:50 Break
14:50-15:45 Keynote: Senior advisor Jon-Are Bækkelie, The Norwegian Directorate of Healthe-prescriptions in Norway, challenges in implementing a nationwide e-health solution
15:45-16:00 Introduction to the Special Issue