Speaking

I am available for speaking opportunities on the following topics: design in health care, mental health care technology, improving maternal health, diversity in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), health equity and usability engineering. Please email or complete the contact form below for inquiries. 

PAST INVITED LECTURES

  • ·     Cambridge University (January 2019), “Primary care interactions in the US and UK” Cambridge, UK
  • ·     Oxford University (December 2018), “Primary care interactions in the US and UK” Oxford, UK
  • ·     Invited Lecture, Institute of advanced studies (IAS), “Engineering the Patient-Provider Experience” (December 2018) Loughborough, UK
  • ·     Imperial College of London (November 2018), “Primary care interactions in the US and UK” London, UK
  • ·     Keynote for Loughborough Annual Research Conference, “The Agile Researcher” (November 2018) Loughborough, UK
  • ·     Guest lecture for Human Computer Interaction course, “Healthcare research in HCI” (October 2018),
  • ·     Guest lecture for Systems design course, “Designing for patients in emergency medicine” (October 2018),
  • ·     Keynote for Expanding Your Horizons conference for middle school girls interested in STEM (March 2018), Chicago IL.
  • ·     Brown University (March 2017) Keynote for “Patient, practitioner computer international workshop”
  • ·     Vassar College (Sept 2016) Keynote for URSI “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems”
  • ·     NIH mHealth Training Institute at the 2014 mHealth Summit (Dec 2014), “Human Factors and User-Centered Design.”
  • ·     Depaul University, (November 2014) “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Chicago IL.
  • ·     Keynote speaker for The National Collaborative for Improving PrimAry Care Through Industrial and Systems Engineering (I-PrACTISE) (March 2014), “Towards Evidence Based Policy and Technology in Primary Care.”
  • ·     NIH mHealth Training Institute at the 2013 mHealth Summit (Dec 2013), “Human Factors and User-Centered Design”.
  • ·     Keynote speaker for Affective Computing and Intelligent Interaction conference (September 2013), “Modeling emotional state in naturalistic environments to inform design” Geneva Switzerland.
  • ·     Oregon State IGERT (August 2013) “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Portland, Oregon
  • ·     NIH mHealth Training Institute at the 2012 mHealth Summit (Dec 2012), “Human Factors and User-Centered Design”
  • ·     Media, Technology and Society, Northwestern University (January 2013), “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Chicago, IL.
  • ·     Center for Healthcare Studies, Northwestern University (January 2013), “Patient centered design and patient safety” Chicago, IL.
  • ·     University of Wisconsin-Madison (January 2013), “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Madison, WI.
  • ·     Systems Engineering Initiative for Patient Safety (SEIPS) Short Course, (July 2012) “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Madison, WI.
  • ·     Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Annual Conference: Moving Ahead: Leveraging Knowledge and Action to Improve Health Care Quality (Sept 2012) “Use of Health IT to Support Individuals in the Community”
  • ·     Watertown hospital (June 2012) “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Watertown, WI.
  • ·     Society of Women Engineers Student Chapter (June 2012) “Social Ergonomics, Health Care and Design” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     Keynote speaker for P and D Design conference  (June 2012) “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • ·     Keynote speaker for College of Engineering Diversity Summit, “Achieving dreams and enjoying the journey in engineering” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     University of Southern California (January 2012), “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Los Angles, CA.
  • ·     University of Colorado at Boulder (October 2011), “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” Boulder, CO.
  • ·     Pennsylvania State University (October 2011), “Trust in Sociotechnical Health Systems” University Park, PA.
  • ·     Air Force Trust Workshop (June 2011), “Objective measures of trust in technology mediated social encounters” Atlanta, GA.
  • ·     PEOPLE: Pre-College Enrichment Opportunity Program for Learning Excellence (June 2011), “Human Factors and Ergonomics Engineering and Designing for the Future” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     Society of Women Engineers (June 2011), “Helping People and Saving Lives through Industrial and Systems Engineering.” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     GERS/ SURE (June 2011), “What Faculty Want in a Graduate Student” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     Primary Care Research Conference (May 2011), “Human Factors in Primary Care” Dells WI.
  • ·     Virginia Tech (Jan 17 2011) “Trust in Health Systems” Blacksburg, VA.
  • ·     Purdue University (February 2011) “Trust in Health Systems” West Lafayette, IN.
  • ·     Keynote speaker for the Brazilian Ergonomics Congress and Latin American Ergonomics Society (Aug 2 2010) “Trust as a mechanism for macroergonomic sustainability” Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • ·     Brazilian Ergonomics Congress (Aug 2 2010) “Macroergonomic perspectives of trust” Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
  • ·     Design Concepts (July 29 2010) “Trust in Technology” Madison WI.
  • ·     The State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) and NiatX Summit (July 2010) “Technology and Innovation: Electronic Medical Records, questions about trust”. Cincinnati, OH.
  • ·     The State Associations of Addiction Services (SAAS) and NiatX Summit (July 2010) “Trust in technology” Cincinnati, OH.
  • ·     Google (June 2010) “Socio-technical systems perspectives of trust in eHealth“ Mountain View CA.
  • ·     Health Equity Leadership Institute (Jun 16 2010) “Scientific autobiography: HCI and health equity research” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     UW Holtz Science and Technology Studies Center (Oct 2009) “Sociotechnical systems perspective of trust in health care work systems” University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison WI.
  • ·     Health Systems Engineering society (Dec 2009) “Trust in health systems” Madison WI.
  • ·     Institute of Clinical and Translational Research seminar, (Feb 2012, 2010, 2009) “Trust in sociotechnical health systems” Madison WI.











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