CEBP Affiliations and Collaborations

Collaboration Title: Increasing Inner City Access to Health Information
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc; Lorena Grullon-Figueroa, MD
Collaboration Principal Investigator

Maxine Rockoff, PhD

Affiliation New York Academy of Medicine and Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University
Collaboration Dates 1/01/04-ongoing
Publications Lai, T-Y., Bakken, S. (under review). Perceptions of mental health information needs of Persons Living with HIV/AIDS. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Symposium.
Collaboration Title: Improving Organization Performance in Public Health Through Information Interventions
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc; Jacqueline Merrill, RN, MPH (formerly Graduate Research Assistant, now faculty member of Department of Biomedical Informatics)
Collaboration Principal Investigator Maxine Rockoff, PhD
Affiliation New York Academy of Medicine and Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University
Collaboration Dates 9/01/04-ongoing
Publications Merrill J,Caldwell M, Rockoff M, Bakken S (under review). Applying organizational network analysis techniques to study information use in a public health agency. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Symposium.
Collaboration Title: Telehealth Codes (supported by industry grant from Life Scan)
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc
Collaboration Principal Investigator Justin Starren, MD, PhD
Affiliation Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University
Collaboration Dates 7/01/04-ongoing
Publications In preparation
Collaboration Title: Development of a Low Literacy and Spanish Telemedicine Satisfaction Survey for the Informatics for Diabetes Education and Telemedicine (IDEATel) Project (IDEATel is supported by Cooperative Agreement 95-C-90998 from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc, Nam-Ju Lee, RN, MS (Graduate Research Assistant)
Collaboration Principal Investigator Steven Shea, MD
Affiliation College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University
Collaboration Dates 1/01/03-ongoing
Publications

Starren J, Tsai C, Bakken S, Aidala A, Morin P, Hillman C, Weinstock R, Goland R, Teresi J, Shea S. for the IdeaTel Consortium. The role of nurses in installing telehealth technology in the home. Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2005; 23(4):181-189.

Bakken S, Grullon-Figueroa L, Palmas W, Teresi J, Weinstock R, Shea S. (under review). Perceived satisfaction of urban and rural Telemedicine participants with Diabetes Mellitus.

Collaboration Title: Center for Interdisciplinary Research in Antimicrobial Resistance
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc, Marianthi Markatou, PhD (biostatistician)
Collaboration Principal Investigator Elaine Larson, RN, PhD, CIC, FAAN
Affiliation Columbia University School of Nursing
Collaboration Dates 9/01/04-ongoing
Publications Larson EL, Saiman L, Haas J, Neumann A, Lowy FD, Fatato B, Bakken S, Members of the Executive Committee and Expert Liaisons. Perspectives on Antimicrobial resistance: Establishing an interdisciplinary research approach. American Journal of Infection Control 2005;33(7):410-418.
Collaboration Title: Development of An Automated Fall and Injury Risk Assessment Instrument
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc, Evelyn Du, PhD (biostatistician), Leanne Currie (formerly Graduate Research Assistant, now faculty member)
Collaboration Principal Investigator Lourdes Mellino, RN, MS
Affiliation New York Presbyterian Hospital
Collaboration Dates 7/01/03-ongoing
Publications Currie LM, Mellino L, Cimino JJ, Bakken S. Development and representation of a falls-injury risk assessment calculator in an Electronic Health Record. MedInfo 2004 ; 2004:721-725
Collaboration Title: Infobuttons to Improve Information Access in Order Entry
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc, Leanne Currie (formerly Graduate Research Assistant, now faculty member)

Collaboration Principal Investigator James J. Cimino, MD
Affiliation Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University
Collaboration Dates 7/01/02-ongoing
Publications

Cimino, J.J., Li, Bakken, S., Patel, V. Theoretical, empirical, and practical approaches to resolving the unmet information needs of clinical information systems users. Proc AMIA Symp. 2002;170-4.

Currie LM, Graham M, Allen M, Bakken S, Patel V, Cimino JJ. Clinical information needs in context: An observational study of clinicians while using a clinical information system. Proc AMIA Symp. 2003; 2003: 190-194. Winner of Harriet H. Werley Award for paper making the greatest contribution to advance the field of nursing informatics.

Cimino JJ, Graham M, Currie LM, Allen M, Bakken S, Patel VL. Use of online resources while using a clinical information system. Proc AMIA Symp 2003; 2003:175-179.

Allen M, Currie LM, Graham M, Bakken S, Patel VL, Cimino JJ. The classification of clinicians’ information needs while using a clinical information system. Proc AMIA Symp 2003; 2003: 26-30.

Cimino JJ, Li J, Allen M, Currie LM, Graham M, Janetzki V, Lee N-J, Bakken S, Patel VL. Practical considerations for exploiting the World Wide Web to create infobuttons. MedInfo 2004 ; 2004:277-281.

Cimino JJ, Bakken S. Personal digital educators. New England Journal of Medicine 2005; 351(9):860-862.

Collaboration Title: Using Narrative Data to Enrich the Online Medical Record
Center Personnel Engaged in Collaboration Suzanne Bakken, RN, DNSc
Collaboration Principal Investigator Stephen B. Johnson, PhD
Affiliation Department of Biomedical Informatics, Columbia University
Collaboration Dates 7/01/02-ongoing
Publications

Bakken S, Hyun S, Friedman C, Johnson SB. A comparison of semantic categories of the ISO Reference Terminology Models for Nursing and the MedLEE natural language processing system. MedInfo 2004 ; 2004:472-476.

Bakken S, Hyun S, Friedman C, Johnson S. ISO Reference Terminology Models for Nursing: Applicability for natural language processing. International Journal of Medical Informatics. (in press)

Other Center-supported Projects

Collaboration Title: South African Nurse-Midwives’ ARV Knowledge
Support Provided Data management and analysis
Project Principal Investigator Jennifer Dohrn
Affiliation Columbia University School of Nursing
Support dates 2005
Publications Dohrn J, Miller N, Bakken S. Assessment of South African nurse-midwives’ knowledge pre- and post-term training on anti-retroviral treatment. Journal of American Nurses in AIDS Care. (in press)

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