Bodies in Space

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Research carried out by Cecily Morrison, this project considered how a clinical information system influenced interaction during ward rounds in critical care. It delved into a range of methodologies for exploring embodiment.

Results are reported in Cecily's PhD dissertation:

Research papers include: Morrison, C., Fitzpatrick, G. and Blackwell, A.F. (2011). Multi-disciplinary collaboration during ward rounds: Embodied aspects of electronic medical record usage. International Journal of Medical Informatics 80(8), pp e96-e111.

Morrison, C & Blackwell, A.F. (2009). Hospital user research using new media arts. In People and Computers XXIII - Celebrating People and Technology, Proceedings of HCI 2009. British Computer Society, pp. 345-353

Crucible collaborators:

Crucible Theme: Healthcare IT