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Human Centred Health Informatics & Participation (CHIP) is a research programme at Aalborg University promoting research and education in the direct involvement of people in innovation, design and appropriation of health informatics.
CHIP is rooted in strong Scandinavian participatory approaches to design of Information Technology (IT) which have formed the ground for research and education in Human Centred Informatics at Aalborg University (AAU) since 1983. We are an interdisciplinary group of researchers, students and collaborators who share research visions, questions, methods, and activities on health informatics. Our mission is to complement and expand current health IT with alternatives that bring quality to people and use situations. In general, our research contributes to an understanding of users and use situations and brings perspectives, realities, and visions from people and practices into the design and use of health informatics. Our research approach is participatory. We develop and use methods and theories focused on understanding and engaging people and practice in the challenge of innovating future health IT. We do research collaboration with public health organisations like municipalities, regions, hospitals, health shops, GPs, care homes, and institutions for people with disabilities. We engage with industrial partners on research, development and redesign of present and future health technologies. We co-operate with citizens – people whose lives are affected by illness, disabilities, or a general aim or need of wellness.x
TransComm: DFF Research Network: Transition and Sustainability of Communicative Competencies in Interactions Involving Young People with Communication Disabilities
Krummheuer, A. L., Clarke, M., Kern, F. & Norén, N.
01/01/2019 → 31/12/2021
Research Output per year
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Book chapter › Research › peer-review
Instrumental and Moral Assistance: An embodied interaction analysis of assisted shopping activities between a person with acquired brain injury and her caregiversKrummheuer, A. L., 2020, (Accepted/In press) In : Pragmatics and Society.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to book/anthology/report/conference proceeding › Article in proceeding › Research › peer-review
Activities per year
Doing Scheduling? The Construction of Agency and Memory while Programming a Reminder Robot with a Person with Severe Brain Injury
Activity: Talks and presentations › Conference presentations
1 item of Media coverage
Press/Media: Press / Media