Title of Paper

Track 4: Users’ Experiences with EMR/EHR

Session Type

Research Paper

Topic

Health Information Technology and Usability

Location

Classroom 210

Start Date

30-10-2015 4:00 PM

End Date

30-10-2015 5:15 PM

Abstract

Track Chair: Yvonne Ford, Western Michigan University

1. Can Psychology Research Inform Health Information Data Collection? A. Michelle Wright, Wayne State University, MI, USA

2. First Generation College Students and Mobile Device Acceptance for Nursing Education, DeAnna Gapp and Tsu-Yin Wu, Marshall Ypsilanti, MI, USA

3. Does Unlearning Impact Interaction of EHR End-Users? Julee H. Hafner, Lake-Sumter State, FL, and Cherie Noteboom, Dakota State University, SD, USA

4. Socio-economic Dimension of Indoor Radon Gas in West Michigan, Azizur Molla, Grand Valley State University, MI, USA

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Oct 30th, 4:00 PM Oct 30th, 5:15 PM

Track 4: Users’ Experiences with EMR/EHR

Classroom 210

Track Chair: Yvonne Ford, Western Michigan University

1. Can Psychology Research Inform Health Information Data Collection? A. Michelle Wright, Wayne State University, MI, USA

2. First Generation College Students and Mobile Device Acceptance for Nursing Education, DeAnna Gapp and Tsu-Yin Wu, Marshall Ypsilanti, MI, USA

3. Does Unlearning Impact Interaction of EHR End-Users? Julee H. Hafner, Lake-Sumter State, FL, and Cherie Noteboom, Dakota State University, SD, USA

4. Socio-economic Dimension of Indoor Radon Gas in West Michigan, Azizur Molla, Grand Valley State University, MI, USA