Nadia Davoody
Nadia Davoody
Health Informatics and eHealth researcher
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My care pathways-creating open innovation in healthcare.
N Lundberg, S Koch, M Hägglund, P Bolin, N Davoody, J Eltes, O Jarlman, ...
MedInfo, 687-691, 2013
Post-discharge stroke patients’ information needs as input to proposing patient-centred eHealth services
N Davoody, S Koch, I Krakau, M Hägglund
BMC medical informatics and decision making 16 (1), 66, 2016
Care Professionals' Perceived Usefulness of eHealth for Post-Discharge Stroke Patients.
N Davoody, M Hägglund
Studies in health technology and informatics 228, 589-593, 2016
Collaborative interaction points in post-discharge stroke care
N Davoody, S Koch, I Krakau, M Hägglund
International journal of integrated care 14, 2014
Stroke patients’ needs for access to care process related information
M Hägglund
Medicine 2.0 Conference, 2012
Accessing and sharing health information for post-discharge stroke care through a national health information exchange platform-a case study
N Davoody, S Koch, I Krakau, M Hägglund
BMC medical informatics and decision making 19 (1), 95, 2019
From chaos to clarity: designing eHealth to support self-management in stroke care
N Davoody
Inst för lärande, informatik, management och etik/Dept of Learning …, 2016
Care Professionals' Perceived Usefulness Of A Rehabilitation Ehealth Service In Stroke Care.
N Davoody, M Hägglund
MedInfo, 992, 2015
Steps to consider for effective decision making when selecting and prioritizing eHealth services.
V Vimarlund, N Davoody, S Koch
MedInfo, 239-243, 2013
Supporting Self-care and Collaboration in Stroke Care through Information andCommunication Technology
N Davoody, S Koch, I Krakau, M Hägglund
24th European Medical Informatics Conference (MIE2012), Pisa, 26-29 August …, 2012
Stroke patients’ post-discharge information needs and actual information provision
N Davoody, Y Woldemariam, M Hägglund
Conference on Medical Informatics in Europe 2014, 2014
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