Chrysanthi Papoutsi

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Asimina Vasalou (corresponding author) Department of Computer Science, University of Birmingham Birmingham B15 2TT Tel. 121 4143744, Fax. 121 4144281 minav@luminainteractive.com Alastair J. Gill Department of Sociology, University of Surrey Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7XH, UK Tel. 01483 689365, Fax. 01483 689551 A.Gill@surrey.ac.uk Fadhila Mazanderani Oxford(More)
BACKGROUND The development of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) forms an integral part of the information strategy for the National Health Service (NHS) in the UK, with the aim of facilitating health information exchange for patient care and secondary use, including research and healthcare planning. Implementing EHR systems requires an understanding of(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the barrier function, comfort, and protection afforded by nine types of surgical gowns during use and to identify factors that may influence their effectiveness. DESIGN Prospective randomised study. SETTING Teaching hospital, Greece. MATERIAL 4 Types of disposable single layer gowns, 1 reusable cloth gown, and 4 types of(More)
BACKGROUND Although policy discourses frame integrated Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as essential for contemporary healthcare systems, increased information sharing often raises concerns among patients and the public. This paper examines patient and public views about the security and privacy of EHRs used for health provision, research and policy in the(More)
BACKGROUND The development and implementation of electronic health records (EHRs) remains an international challenge. Better understanding of patient and public attitudes and the factors that influence overall levels of support toward EHRs is needed to inform policy. OBJECTIVE To explore patient and public attitudes toward integrated EHRs used(More)
Privacy is frequently a key concern relating to technology and central to HCI research, yet it is notoriously difficult to study in a naturalistic way. In this paper we describe and evaluate a dictionary of privacy designed for content analysis, derived using prototype theory and informed by traditional theoretical approaches to privacy. We evaluate our(More)
There has been considerable academic interest in how people living with HIV use the internet for online dating and sex seeking. Most of this work has focused on the relationship between internet use and the risk of viral transmission. Drawing on an analysis of HIV dating websites and interviews with women living with HIV, this article moves beyond this and(More)
INTRODUCTION Antimicrobial resistance has been described as a global crisis-more prudent prescribing is part of the solution. Behaviour change interventions are needed to improve prescribing practice. Presently, the literature documents that context impacts on prescribing decisions, yet insufficient evidence exists to enable researchers and policymakers to(More)
In this paper we outline our ongoing research program towards creating an automated privacy dictionary. Previous research applied prototype theory, a classic linguistic approach, to develop a new definition of the concept of privacy. Building on these findings, we will employ an integrated top-down and data-driven linguistic analysis to an existing dataset(More)