Matt Willis
Matt Willis
Health Informatics Research Fellow - University of Michigan, School of Information
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Crowdsourcing participatory evaluation of medical pictograms using Amazon Mechanical Turk
B Yu, M Willis, P Sun, J Wang
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (6), e108, 2013
Medication-related cognitive artifacts used by older adults with heart failure
RS Mickelson, M Willis, RJ Holden
Health policy and technology 4 (4), 387-398, 2015
Contemporary issues of open data in information systems research: considerations and recommendations
GJP Link, K Lumbard, K Conboy, M Feldman, J Feller, J George, ...
Communications of the Association for Information Systems 41, 587-610, 2017
Healthcare utilization and symptom variation among veterans using behavioral telehealth center services
K Possemato, TM Bishop, MA Willis, LJ Lantinga
The journal of behavioral health services & research 40 (4), 416-426, 2013
Documenting work: From participant observation to participant tracing
C Østerlund, J Snyder, S Sawyer, S Sharma, M Willis
Taylor and Francis, 2015
The future of health care: protocol for measuring the potential of task automation Grounded in the National health service primary care system
M Willis, P Duckworth, A Coulter, ET Meyer, M Osborne
JMIR research protocols 8 (4), e11232, 2019
The social informatics of knowledge
ET Meyer, K Shankar, M Willis, S Sharma, S & Sawyer
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 70 (4 …, 2019
Beyond game effectiveness part II: A qualitative study of multi-role experiential learning
EM Raybourn, N Fabian, E Tucker, M Willis
Proceedings of the Interservice/Industry Training, Simulation and Education …, 2010
Automating documentation: a critical perspective into the role of artificial intelligence in clinical documentation
M Willis, MH Jarrahi
International Conference on Information, 200-209, 2019
Using an ethnography of email to understand distributed scientic collaborations
S Sharma, M Willis, J Snyder, C Osterlund, S Sawyer
Illinois Digital Environment for Access to Learning and Scholarship, 2015
Document practice as insight to digital infrastructures of distributed, collaborative social scientists
S Sharma, J Snyder, C Østerlund, M Willis, S Sawyer, M Brown, D Szkolar
iConference 2014 Proceedings, 2014
Legislators reliance on mass media as information sources: Implications for symmetrical communication between public information o cers, public relations practitioners and …
J White, M Willis, R Stohr
PRism 9 (1), 2013
Real-time individualized training vectors for experiential learning
E Raybourn, N Fabian, M Glickman, E Tucker, M Willis
Sandia National Laborotories, 2011
Real-time individualized training vectors for experiential learning
E Raybourn, N Fabian, M Glickman, E Tucker, M Willis
Sandia National Laborotories, 2011
Work that enables care: understanding tasks, automation, and the national health service
M Willis, ET Meyer
International Conference on Information, 544-549, 2018
Influencing healthcare policy: implications of legislators information source preferences for public relations practitioners and public information officers
D Weiss, J White, R Stohr, M Willis
Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies 5 (1), 2015
Documents and distributed scientific collaboration
M Willis, S Sharma, J Snyder, M Brown, C Østerlund, S Sawyer
Proceedings of the companion publication of the 17th ACM conference on …, 2014
Towards a method of documentary practices for personal health information management
M Willis, C Østerlund
iSchools, 2013
Leveraging mobile devices to develop intercultural competency for digital students
M Willis, EM Raybourn
International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing, 545-553, 2009
Stabilizing Digital 2 Infrastructures in Distributed Social Science Collaboration
S Sawyer, J Snyder, M Willis, S Sharma, C Østerlund, E Allen
Fields of Practice and Applied Solutions within Distributed Team Cognition …, 2020
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