Thomas Kannampallil
Thomas Kannampallil
Institute for Informatics & Dept of Anesthesiology, Washington University in St Louis
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Considering complexity in healthcare systems
TG Kannampallil, GF Schauer, T Cohen, VL Patel
Journal of biomedical informatics 44 (6), 943-947, 2011
A systematic review of the literature on the evaluation of handoff tools: implications for research and practice
J Abraham, T Kannampallil, VL Patel
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (1), 154-162, 2014
Evaluating tagging behavior in social bookmarking systems: metrics and design heuristics
U Farooq, TG Kannampallil, Y Song, CH Ganoe, JM Carroll, L Giles
Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Supporting group …, 2007
Augmented cognition
DD Schmorrow, AA Kruse
Berkshire encyclopedia of human-computer interaction 1, 54-59, 2004
Exposure to COVID-19 patients increases physician trainee stress and burnout
TG Kannampallil, CW Goss, BA Evanoff, JR Strickland, RP McAlister, ...
PloS one 15 (8), e0237301, 2020
Bridging gaps in handoffs: a continuity of care based approach
J Abraham, TG Kannampallil, VL Patel
Journal of biomedical informatics 45 (2), 240-254, 2012
Semantic imitation in social tagging
WT Fu, T Kannampallil, R Kang, J He
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 17 (3), 1-37, 2010
Comparative evaluation of the content and structure of communication using two handoff tools: implications for patient safety
J Abraham, TG Kannampallil, KF Almoosa, B Patel, VL Patel
Journal of critical care 29 (2), 311. e1-311. e7, 2014
Adaptive information search: Age-dependent interactions between cognitive profiles and strategies
J Chin, WT Fu, T Kannampallil
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2009
Understanding the nature of information seeking behavior in critical care: implications for the design of health information technology
TG Kannampallil, A Franklin, R Mishra, KF Almoosa, T Cohen, VL Patel
Artificial intelligence in medicine 57 (1), 21-29, 2013
Ensuring patient safety in care transitions: an empirical evaluation of a handoff intervention tool
J Abraham, T Kannampallil, B Patel, K Almoosa, VL Patel
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2012, 17, 2012
Work-related and personal factors associated with mental well-being during the COVID-19 response: survey of health care and other workers
BA Evanoff, JR Strickland, AM Dale, L Hayibor, E Page, JG Duncan, ...
J Med Internet Res 22 (8), e21366, 2020
Characterizing the structure and content of nurse handoffs: a sequential conversational analysis approach
J Abraham, T Kannampallil, C Brenner, KD Lopez, KF Almoosa, B Patel, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 59, 76-88, 2016
A semantic imitation model of social tag choices
WT Fu, TG Kannampallil, R Kang
2009 international conference on computational science and engineering 4, 66-73, 2009
Cognitive informatics in biomedicine and healthcare
VL Patel, TG Kannampallil
Journal of biomedical informatics 53, 3-14, 2015
Making sense: sensor-based investigation of clinician activities in complex critical care environments
T Kannampallil, Z Li, M Zhang, T Cohen, DJ Robinson, A Franklin, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 44 (3), 441-454, 2011
Role of cognition in generating and mitigating clinical errors
VL Patel, TG Kannampallil, EH Shortliffe
BMJ quality & safety 24 (7), 468-474, 2015
Human factors and health information technology: current challenges and future directions
VL Patel, TG Kannampallil
Yearbook of medical informatics 23 (01), 58-66, 2014
Comparing the information seeking strategies of residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in critical care settings
TG Kannampallil, LK Jones, VL Patel, TG Buchman, A Franklin
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (e2), e249-e256, 2014
Cognitive informatics in health and biomedicine: case studies on critical care, complexity and errors
VL Patel, DR Kaufman, T Cohen
Springer Science & Business Media, 2013
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