February - April 2003 Patient Safety
- Vimla L. Patel, David W. Bates:
Cognition and measurement in patient safety research.
- Jan Horsky, David R. Kaufman, Michael I. Oppenheim, Vimla L. Patel:
A framework for analyzing the cognitive complexity of computer-assisted clinical ordering.
- Jiajie Zhang, Todd R. Johnson, Vimla L. Patel, Danielle L. Paige, Tate K. Kubose:
Using usability heuristics to evaluate patient safety of medical devices.
- Alla Keselman, Vimla L. Patel, Todd R. Johnson, Jiajie Zhang:
Institutional decision-making to select patient care devices: identifying venues to promote patient safety.
- David R. Kaufman, Vimla L. Patel, Charlyn Hilliman, Philip C. Morin, Jenia Pevzner, Ruth S. Weinstock, Robin Goland, Steven Shea, Justin Starren:
Usability in the real world: assessing medical information technologies in patients' homes.
- Ahmad Hashem, Michelene T. H. Chi, Charles P. Friedman:
Medical errors as a result of specialization.
- Gilad J. Kuperman, Tejal K. Gandhi, David W. Bates:
Effective drug-allergy checking: methodological and operational issues.
- Eric G. Poon, Samuel J. Wang, Tejal K. Gandhi, David W. Bates, Gilad J. Kuperman:
Design and implementation of a comprehensive outpatient Results Manager.
- Carol Hope, J. Marc Overhage, Andrew Seger, Evgenia Teal, Vera Mills, Julie Fiskio, Tejal K. Gandhi, David W. Bates, Michael D. Murray:
A tiered approach is more cost effective than traditional pharmacist-based review for classifying computer-detected signals as adverse drug events.
- Hui Cao, Peter D. Stetson, George Hripcsak:
Assessing explicit error reporting in the narrative electronic medical record using keyword searching.
- Matthew B. Weinger, Jason Slagle, Sonia Jain, Nelda Ordonez:
Retrospective data collection and analytical techniques for patient safety studies.
- George Hripcsak, Suzanne Bakken, Peter D. Stetson, Vimla L. Patel:
Mining complex clinical data for patient safety research: a framework for event discovery.
- Harvey J. Murff, Vimla L. Patel, George Hripcsak, David W. Bates:
Detecting adverse events for patient safety research: a review of current methodologies.
- Gondy Leroy, Hsinchun Chen, Jesse D. Martinez:
A shallow parser based on closed-class words to capture relations in biomedical text.
- Ira J. Kalet, Robert S. Giansiracusa, Jonathan Jacky, Drora Avitan:
A declarative implementation of the DICOM-3 network protocol.
- Michael M. Wagner, Virginia Dato, John N. Dowling, Michael Allswede:
Representative threats for research in public health surveillance.
- Carol Friedman, Hongfang Liu, Lyudmila Shagina:
A vocabulary development and visualization tool based on natural language processing and the mining of textual patient reports.
- Stavros Nikolopoulos, Anastasia Alexandridi, S. Nikolakeas, George Manis:
Experimental analysis of heart rate variability of long-recording electrocardiograms in normal subjects and patients with coronary artery disease and normal left ventricular function.
- Rita Kukafka, Stephen B. Johnson, Allison Linfante, John P. Allegrante:
Grounding a new information technology implementation framework in behavioral science: a systematic analysis of the literature on IT use.
August - October 2003 Building Nursing Knowledge through Informatics:
From Concept Representation to Data Mining
- Suzanne Bakken, Nicholas R. Hardiker:
Building nursing knowledge through informatics: from concept representation to data mining.
- Teresa L. Panniers, Renee Daiuta Feuerbach, Karen L. Soeken:
Methods in informatics: using data derived from a systematic review of health care texts to develop a concept map for use in the neonatal intensive care setting.
- Gary Ewing, Yvonne Freer, Robert Logie, Jim Hunter, Neil McIntosh, Sue Rudkin, Lindsey Ferguson:
Role and experience determine decision support interface requirements in a neonatal intensive care environment.
- Marcelline R. Harris, Guergana K. Savova, Thomas M. Johnson, Christopher G. Chute:
A term extraction tool for expanding content in the domain of functioning, disability, and health: proof of concept.
- Debbie A. Travers, Stephanie W. Haas:
Using nurses' natural language entries to build a concept-oriented terminology for patients' chief complaints in the emergency department.
- Jacqueline Moss, Amy Coenen, Mary Etta Mills:
Evaluation of the draft international standard for a reference terminology model for nursing actions.
- Nicholas R. Hardiker:
Determining sources for formal nursing terminology systems.
- Susan Matney, Suzanne Bakken, Stanley M. Huff:
Representing nursing assessments in clinical information systems using the logical observation identifiers, names, and codes database.
- Amy Danko, Rosemary Kennedy, Robert Haskell, Ida M. Androwich, Patricia Button, Carol M. Correia, Susan J. Grobe, Marcelline R. Harris, Susan Matney, Daniel C. Russler:
Modeling nursing interventions in the act class of HL7 RIM Version 3.
- InSook Cho, Hyeoun-Ae Park:
Development and evaluation of a terminology-based electronic nursing record system.
- Patricia C. Dykes, Leanne M. Currie, James J. Cimino:
Adequacy of evolving national standardized terminologies for interdisciplinary coded concepts in an automated clinical pathway.
- Rita D. Zielstorff:
Controlled vocabularies for consumer health.
- Patricia Flatley Brennan, Alan R. Aronson:
Towards linking patients and clinical information: detecting UMLS concepts in e-mail.
- Melinda L. Jenkins:
Toward national comparable nurse practitioner data: proposed data elements, rationale, and methods.
- Judith A. Effken, Barbara B. Brewer, Anita Patil, Gerri S. Lamb, Joyce A. Verran, Kathleen M. Carley:
Using computational modeling to transform nursing data into actionable information.
- Judy Ozbolt:
The Nursing Terminology Summit Conferences: a case study of successful collaboration for change.
- Anne Moen:
A nursing perspective to design and implementation of electronic patient record systems.
- Linda Goodwin, Michele VanDyne, Simon Lin, Steven Talbert:
Data mining issues and opportunities for building nursing knowledge.
- Sun-Mi Lee, Patricia A. Abbott:
Bayesian networks for knowledge discovery in large datasets: basics for nurse researchers.
- Gregory L. Alexander, Edward L. Kinman, Louise C. Miller, Timothy B. Patrick:
Marginalization and health geomatics.
December 2003 Unified Medical Language System
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- Yehoshua Perl, James Geller:
Research on structural issues of the UMLS - past, present, and future.
- Olivier Bodenreider, Alexa T. McCray:
Exploring semantic groups through visual approaches.
- Li Zhang, Yehoshua Perl, Michael Halper, James Geller:
Designing metaschemas for the UMLS enriched semantic network.
- James J. Cimino, Hua Min, Yehoshua Perl:
Consistency across the hierarchies of the UMLS Semantic Network and Metathesaurus.
- Thomas C. Rindflesch, Marcelo Fiszman:
The interaction of domain knowledge and linguistic structure in natural language processing: interpreting hypernymic propositions in biomedical text.
- Cornelius Rosse, José L. V. Mejino Jr.:
A reference ontology for biomedical informatics: the Foundational Model of Anatomy.
- Peter Mork, James F. Brinkley, Cornelius Rosse:
OQAFMA Querying Agent for the Foundational Model of Anatomy: a prototype for providing flexible and efficient access to large semantic networks.