3383.0 Health Informatics Information Technology Posters 1

Monday, November 9, 2009: 4:30 PM
This poster session will focus on multimedia applications in HIT. From the design of public health tools to health awareness at a personal level, decision support can be enhanced by these emerging applications.
Session Objectives: *Explain how simulations can aid in the design of public health decision support tools. *Identify media use habits in the medical decision making processes.

Board 1
Using agent-based simulations of infectious disease spread to enhance public health decision support tools
Warren B.P. Pettey, MPH, CPH, Jose G. Benuzillo, MPA, MS, Brett S. Walker, BS, Amanda Parks, MD, Heidi Kramer, BS, Per H. Gesteland, MD, MS, Michael Rubin, MD, PhD, Frank Drews, PhD, Yarden Livnat, PhD and Matthew H. Samore, MD
Board 2
Board 3
Information and Communication Technology Effectiveness for Eating Disorders Prevention among College Women
Chung-Bang Weng, MSCS, MA, Diana Lacaci, MS, Minhaz Mohammad, Morgan Maglich, Crystall Robinson and Jiunn-Jye Sheu, PhD, MSPH
Board 6
Improving Health Outcomes by Georeferencing Patient Data Warehouses within a Large Academic Medical Center
Marie Lynn Miranda, PhD, Andy Hull, Robert M. Califf, MD and Howard Shang
Board 7
Evaluation of 2-1-1 enrollment for emergency preparedness and response in the Gulf Coast Region of Texas
Akom Phosuwan, MS, Chiehwen Ed Hsu, PhD, MS, MPH, Kimberly Dunn, MD, PhD and Marc A. Mansueto

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