Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Towards Shared Situational Awareness and Actionable Knowledge – An Enhanced , Human-Centered Paradigm for Public Health Information System Design

@inproceedings{Hsu2011JournalOH,
  title={Journal of Homeland Security and Emergency Management Towards Shared Situational Awareness and Actionable Knowledge – An Enhanced , Human-Centered Paradigm for Public Health Information System Design},
  author={Chiehwen Ed Hsu and William Chris Chambers and John R. Herbold and Joshua C. Calcote and Robert S. Ryczak and R F Defraites},
  year={2011}
}
Technology has exerted an increasingly dominant influence on the ways and means that objectives of informatics projects are pursued and has extended the capabilities of informatics systems in general. However, literature examining the importance of human links between situational awareness-related processes and decision-making capabilities remains relatively sparse. Substantial knowledge gaps exist in information system implementation between technology and public health surveillance. The… CONTINUE READING