Nikolai Kirienko

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OBJECTIVE This paper describes how design science theory and methods and use of artificial intelligence (AI) components can improve the effectiveness of health communication. METHODS We identified key weaknesses of traditional health communication and features of more successful eHealth/AI communication. We examined characteristics of the design science(More)
In alignment with a major shift toward patient-centered care as the model for improving care in our health system, informatics is transforming patient-provider relationships and overall care delivery. AMIA's 2013 Health Policy Invitational was focused on examining existing challenges surrounding full engagement of the patient and crafting a research agenda(More)
Rotation of the eyes about the visual axis is known as ocular torsion. A lateral inclination (a “roll”) of the head induces ocular torsion in the opposite direction, a response known as ocular counterrolling. For six subjects, we recorded the static (head still) and dynamic (head in oscillatory roll motion) ocular torsion in normal 1 g condition and also(More)
If a subject who is sufficiently farsighted removes his corrective, positive, lenses and looks with one eye from a distance of one or a few meters, at a small lighted area such as the (continuously "on") indicator light of an electric toothbrush, razor, or smoke detector, and if a small object such as a pin is then moved slowly from above to below the(More)
A test procedure which measures the amount of ocular counterrolling (OCR) of the eyes in response to lateral tilt of the body is considered a means of obtaining objective responses to stimulation of the otolithic receptors in the non-auditory labyrinth of the inner ear. OCR is thought to be the result of changing the orientation of the otolithic maculae(More)
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