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Get-together for those who arrives on Sunday or earlier
Venue: Skarven Kro

Sunday 21st of August
  Informal get-together
20:00 We meet at Skarven Kro (pub) to taste local products and discuss health informatics, etc. Address: Strandtorget 1


Monday August 22nd - Pre-program, Morning session.

Venue: Health Science building (MH2-building), auditorium Cortex (Level 7)

Monday 22nd of August, morning session

  Workshop: Health Informatics Research in (some) research groups in the Nordic Countries
This session gives some snapshots of the ongoing research at some of our Nordic health informatics research groups. The goal is to encourage to more cooperation and knowledge of potentially relevant research projects. In addition, we briefly discuss Nordic and European grant opportunities.
09:00-09:10 Welcome André Henriksen
  Status for Health Informatics Research   
09:10-09:25 Report(s) from participating groups from Denmark Ole Hejlesen
09:25-09:30 Q&A  
09:30-09:45 Report(s) from participating groups from Sweden Sabine Koch
Stefano Bonacina
09:45-09:50 Q&A  
09:50-10:05 Report(s) from participating groups from Finland Jaakko Lähteenmäki
10:05-10:10 Q&A  
10:10-10:25 Report(s) from participating groups from Norway Gunnar Hartvigsen
Hege Mari Johnsen
10:25-10:30 Q&A  
10:30-10:50 Break  
  Horizon Europe and Nordic funding opportunities
10:50-11:00 Horizon Europe Gunnar Hartvigsen
11:00-11:10 Nordic grant agencies Gunnar Hartvigsen
11:10-11:55 How to increase our research funding through Nordic initiatives Everybody
11:55-12:00 Summary of the morning seminar Gunnar Hartvigsen
12:00-13:00 Lunch  


Monday August 22nd - Pre-program, Afternoon session.

Venue: Health Science building (MH2-building), auditorium Cortex (Level 7)

Monday 22nd of August, afternoon session

  Health Informatics Education in the Nordic Countries
This session gives some an overview of some of health informatics programs at Nordic universities. The goal is to encourage to more cooperation and sharing of lectures, courses, supervision and staff exchange.
13:00-13:05 Welcome Gunnar Hartvigsen
  Status for Health Informatics Programs  
13:05-13:15 Aalborg University Ole Hejlesen
13:15-13:20 Q&A  
13:20-13:30 Karolinska Institutet Nadia Davoody
13:30-13:35 Q&A  
13:35-13:45 Linköping Universitet Vivian Vimarlund
13:45-13:50 Q&A  
13:50-14:05 Break  
14:05-14:15 NTNU Arild Faxvaag
14:15-14:25 University of Tromsø Gunnar Hartvigsen
14:25-14:35 University of Agder Hege Mari Johnsen
14:35-14:45 Arcada University of Applied Sciences Jonny Karlsson
Thomas Hellstén
14:45-14:50 Q&A  
14:50-15:05 Break  
15:05-15:50 Discussion:
  1. Nordic challenges and opportunities in Health Informatics education
  2. Nordic cooperation in Health Informatics education
15:50-16:00 Closing remarks Ole Hejlesen


Monday August 22nd - Official program, Evening session.

Venue: Health Science building (MH2-building), auditorium Cortex (Level 7)

Monday 22nd of August, evening session

  Panel: Vision 2038
The Northern Norway Regional Health Authority (Helse Nord) is currently planning their use of health ICT towards 2038. The panel will address some of the major issues related to the vision.
16:15-16:20 Welcome Gunnar Hartvigsen
16:20-16:45 Vision 2038 – an introduction Hilde Rolandsen
Sigurd From
Sture Pettersen
16:45-16:50 Short break  
16:50-17:45 Panel debate Hilde Rolandsen
Sigurd From
Sture Pettersen
Hege Mari Johnsen
Vivian Vimarlund
Ole Hejlesen
Moderator: Gunnar Hartvigsen

Official opening

Venue: Bazinga Pub, Non-experimental Science Building No 1 (Teorifagsbygget Hus 1)

Monday 22nd of August, evening session

  Official opening of the conference
One of the goals of this conference is networking and to learn to know who is working with health informatics research and education in the Nordic countries. The hope for this official opening is exactly that – everybody will learn who you are. We don’t want anybody to be standing alone during the breaks or at the eventing events at SHI 2022
18:00-18:10 Welcome address from Head, LOC André Henriksen
18:10-18:20 Welcome address from SPC Elia Gabarron
  Presentation of delegates  
18:20-18:50 Everybody presents themselves:
  1. Name
  2. Title
  3. Workplace
  4. My resaerch interests ("keywords")
  5. Why I attend SHI 2022
  6. Fun fact (optional)
18:50-21:00 Networking with the possibility to taste the local bar products  

Tuesday August 23rd - Official program

Venue: Health Science building (MH-building), auditorium 6, Ground floor (Level 6)
Conference dinner: Champagne canteen, Non-experimental Science Building, No 6 (Teorifagsbygget Hus 6).

Tuesday 23rd of August

09:00-09:05 Welcome & Introduction André Henriksen
  Keynote 1
Chair: André Henriksen
09:05-09:35 Education in Biomedical and Health Informatics: Current Status of IMIA Recommendations Sabine Koch
09:35-09:50 Questions  
09:50-09:55 Short break  
  Paper session 1: Health Information Systems and central components
Chair: Eirik Årsand, Co-chair: Elia Gabarron
09:55-10:10 Exploring Early-Stage Implementation of Digitally Enabled Remote Care: Case Studies from Norway and China Hong Li, Torbjørg Meum and Miria Grisot
10:10-10:25 Does your EHR support a Learning Healthcare System? An exploration of possible indicators Olga Golburean, Ove Lintvedt, Espen Sobbakken Nordheim, Rune Pedersen, Luis Marco-Ruiz and Arild Faxvaag
10:25-10:40 Assessing the use of telemedicine among people with diabetes: A Danish translation and cross-cultural adaptation of the Telemedicine Usability Questionnaire Clara Bender, Stine Hangaard, Marie Germund Nielsen and Ole Hejlesen
10:40-10:55 Towards Accurate Computer Vision-Based Marker Less Human Joint Localization for Rehabilitation Purposes Thomas Hellstén, Jonny Karlsson, Christian Häggblom and Jyrki Kettunen
10:55-11:10 From paper-based to electronic prescribing of multidose drug dispensing — effects on pharmacy workload Anette Jøsendal and Trine Bergmo
11:10-11:25 Break  
  Paper session 2: Human Factors in Health Informatics design
Chair: Hege Mari Johnsen, Co-chair: Stefano Bonacina
11:25-11:40 Digital Monitoring of Antibiotic Resistance (ABR) in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Narrative Literature Review Yogita Thakral
11:40-11:55 Expectations of users and non-users of wearable sensors and health applications André Henriksen, Gerit Pfuhl, Ashenafi Zebene Woldaregay, David-Zacharie Issom, Eirik Årsand, Keiichi Sato and Gunnar Hartvigsen
11:55-12:10 ARMAGNI: Augmented Reality Enhanced Surgical Magnifying Glasses Artur Liebrecht, Roman Bibo, Bastian Dewitz, Sebastian Kalkhoff, Sobhan Moazemi, Markus Rollinger, Jean-Michel Asfour, Klaus-Jürgen Janik, Artur Lichtenberg, Hug Aubin and Falko Schmid
12:10-12:25 Ubiquitous digital health-related data: clarification of concepts Erlend Johannessen, André Henriksen, Gunnar Hartvigsen, Alexander Horsch, Eirik Årsand and Jonas Johansson
12:25-12:40 The Perceived Usefulness of a Contactless Sleep Monitor for Adults with Type 1 Diabetes: A Qualitative Study Julie Egmose, Katrine Holmstrup Sørensen, Tanja Fredensborg Holm, Ole Hejlesen, Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen and Stine Hangaard
12:40-13:30 Lunch  
  Paper session 3: eHealth & mHealth Solutions
Chair: Thomas Kronborg Larsen, Co-chair: Alexander Horsch
13:30-13:45 Self-imperative Care of Pregnancy using IoT Solutions Sarala Ghimire, Martin Gerdes and Santiago Martinez
13:45-14:00 Towards Mapping of Information Technology-Induced Alterations in Online Physicians’ Professional Identities: A Conceptual Framework and Empirical Illustration from Sweden Michal Dolezel and Åsa Cajander
14:00-14:15 Designing an e-Health Program for Lifestyle Changes in Diabetes Care Tina Rishaug, André Henriksen, Anne-Marie Aas, Gunnar Hartvigsen, Kåre Inge Birkeland and Eirik Årsand
14:15-14:30 Towards a New Model for Chronic Disease Consultations Pietro Randine, John Graham Cooper, Gunnar Hartvigsen and Eirik Årsand
14:30-14:45 Sorterius - An augmented reality app for encouraging outdoor physical activity for people with intellectual disabilities Magnus Stellander, André Henriksen, Henriette Michalsen, Audny Anke, Daniel Ursin, Santiago Martinez, Susanna Pelagatti, Keiichi Sato, Vebjørn Haugland, Erlend Johannessen, Juan Carlos Torrado and Gunnar Hartvigsen
14:45-15:00 Student–staff Co-creation of Serious Games - Lessons Learned Hege Mari Johnsen and Jannicke Rabben
15:00-15:15 A scoping review of diabetes telemedicine research in Norway Dillys Larbi, Henriette Lauvhaug Nybakke, Karianne Lind, Eirin Rødseth and Elia Gabarron
15:15-15:30 Break  
  Keynote 2
Chair: Gunnar Hartvigsen
15:30-16:00 Pros and Cons of Explainable AI in Health Informatics Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen
16:00-16:15 Questions  
16:15-16:30 Break  
  Paper session 4: Citizen-centric Health Informatics
Chair: Vivian Vimarlund, Co-chair: Marte Hoff Hagen
16:30-16:45 Development of an Interactive Communication Model with Integrated Teach-Back – using a web-based IT solution to create synergy between research and practice Lisa Korsbakke Emtekær Hæsum and Ole Kristian Hejlesen
16:45-17:00 Social media, physical activity and autism: better or bitter together? A scoping review Elia Gabarron, André Henriksen and Anders Nordahl-Hansen
17:00-17:15 User preferences for a physical activity chatbot connected to an activity tracker and integrated into a social media platform Dillys Larbi, Helle Sandsdalen, Elia Gabarron, Eirik Årsand and André Henriksen
17:15-17:30 Privacy-preserving Polygenic Risk Scoring using Homomorphic Encryption Shaedul Islam, Hüseyin Demirci and Gabriele Lenzini
17:30-17:45 Citizens’ use of Health Information Technology between 2013-2021 in Denmark: A longitudinal study Jeppe Eriksen, Kristina Tornbjerg Eriksen and Pernille Bertelsen
20:00 Conference dinner  

Wednesday August 24th - Official program

Venue: Health Science building (MH-building), auditorium 6, Ground floor (Level 6)

Wednesday 24th of August

09:00-09:05 Introduction Ole Hejlesen
  Keynote 3
Chair: Ole Hejlesen
09:05-09:35 Increased physical activity through m-health apps for people with intellectual disabilities: Health Informatics project(s) from a medical perspective Audny Anke
Henriette Michalsen
09:35-09:50 Questions  
09:50-09:55 Short Break  
  Paper session 5: Security, Privacy, and Ethics
Chair: Stine Hangaard, Co-chair: Morten H. Jensen
09:55-10:10 Normativity assumptions in the design and application of social robots for autistic children Henrik Skaug Sætra, Anders Nordahl-Hansen, Eduard Fosch-Villaronga and Christine Dahl
  Paper session 6: AI and ML in eHealth applications and services (1)
Chair: Stine Hangaard, Co-chair: Morten H. Jensen
10:10-10:25 Development of medical applications based on AI models and register data – regulatory considerations Jaakko Lähteenmäki, Juha Pajula and Emmi Antikainen
10:25-10:40 A temporal analysis of depression related tweets - a case study in Finland Jonas Tana, Bao Cai and Leonardo Espinosa-Leal
10:40-10:55 Data collection and smart nudging to promote physical activity and a healthy lifestyle using wearable devices Seshathiri Dhanasekaran, Anders Andersen, Randi Karlsen, Anne Håkansson and André Henriksen
10:55-11:10 Maintaining Data Quality at the hospital department level The data work of medical secretaries Casper Knudsen and Pernille Bertelsen
11:10-11:25 Break  
  Abstract session
Chair: Meghan Bradway, Co-chair: Taridzo Chomutare
11:25-11:30 The concept of conditional method agreement trees with single measurements per subject Siranush Karapetyan and Alexander Hapfelmeier
11:30-11:35 Time for using Machine Learning for Basal Insulin Dose Guidance for People with Type 2 Diabetes? Preliminary Results from a Systematic Review Camilla Heisel Nyholm Thomsen, Stine Hangaard, Thomas Kronborg, Peter Vestergaard, Ole Hejlesen and Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen
11:35-11:40 The Adherence to Oral Second Line Antidiabetic Medication in People with Type 2 Diabetes - A Protocol for a Systematic Review Nynne Sophie Holdt-Caspersen, Stine Hangaard Casper, Peter Vestergaard, Claus Dethlefsen and Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen
11:40-11:45 Three Dimensional Ontological Perspective for Designing Healthcare Services Gilmini Dantanarayana and Prasad Jayaweera
11:45-11:50 Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on use of Video consultations in a Swedish Primary care setting Lovisa Jäderlund Hagstedt, Maria Hägglund, Helena Hvitfeldt, Nadia Davoody and Göran Petersson
11:50-11:55 Exploring the validity of a contactless monitor used to measure vital parameters during sleep: A pilot study Tanja Fredensborg Holm, Julie Egmose, Katrine Holmstrup Sørensen, Ole Hejlesen, Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen and Stine Hangaard
11:55-12:00 PEPPPSY: Pilot Testing and Evaluation of Participatory Patient Record in Psychiatric Care Molly Gibson, Magne Halvorsen, Georgia Fehler, Stefan Hochwarter, Mikkel Angelo Anchissi Joner, Mari Lehne, Elise Rabassa Stautland, Gustaf Svensson and Hanna Thevik
12:00-12:05 Quantification of insulin adherence in adults with insulin-treated type 2 diabetes: a protocol for a systematic review Jannie Toft Damsgaard Nørlev, Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen, Ole Hejlesen, Tinna Björk Aradóttir, Nicholas William Ciccone and Stine Hangaard
12:05-12:10 Exploring the user-friendliness of a contactless monitoring system used for sleep monitoring: A usability study Katrine Holmstrup Sørensen, Tanja Fredensborg Holm, Julie Egmose, Ole Hejlesen, Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen and Stine Hangaard
12:10-12:15 Exploring Digital Psychosocial Follow-up for Survivors of Childhood Critical Illness Marte Hoff Hagen
12.15-12:20 Automatic Report Generation for Medical Images Muhammad Kamran, Mohib Ullah, Ali Shariq Imran and Muhammad Sajjad
12:20-13:00 Lunch  
  Paper session 6: AI and ML in eHealth applications and services (2)
Chair: Dillys Larbi, Co-chair: Bjørn Fjukstad
13:00-13:15 Evaluation of LIME and SHAP in Explaining Automatic ICD-10 Classifications of Swedish Gastrointestinal Discharge Summaries Alexander Dolk, Hjalmar Davidsen, Hercules Dalianis and Thomas Vakili
13:15-13:30 The Influence of NegEx on ICD-10 Code Prediction in Swedish: How is the Performance of BERT and SVM Models Affected by Negations? Andrius Budrionis, Taridzo Chomutare, Therese Olsen Svenning and Hercules Dalianis
13:30-13:45 Autostrata: Improved Automatic Stratification for Coarsened Exact Matching Jo Inge Arnes, Alexander Hapfelmeier and Alexander Horsch
  Poster session
Chair: Keiichi Sato, Co-chair: Erlend Johannessen
13:45-13:48 Diabeticare: Developing a Self-management App for Patients Diagnosed with Diabetes
(Student poster)
Sigurd Brattland, Sondre Brynjulfsen, Erik Godtliebsen and Neethan Puvanendran
13:48-13:51 Self-Management App for Migraine Patients
(Student poster)
Mirza Aneeq Hassan Baig, Andreas Hansen Brunes, Tabassum Khan and Susanna Maugeri
13:51-13:54 Automated data collection in lifestyle intervention
(Student poster)
Aaron Celeste, Marcel Grønvold, Sean Michaels and Daniel Ursin
13:54-13:57 Using spirometry and patient characteristics to estimate the diffusion capacity of the lung Thomas Kronborg, Ole Hejlesen and Stine Hangaard
13:57-14:00 Algorithm to Prepare Diabetes Registries for a Machine Learning Prediction model Carsten Wridt Stoltenberg, Ole Hejlesen, Stine Hangaard, Thomas Kronborg, Peter Vestergaard and Morten Hasselstrøm Jensen
14:00-14:03 Fast and interoperable synthetic health data with SyntHIR Pavitra Chauhan, Bjørn Fjukstad, Lars Ailo Bongo and Edvard Pedersen
14:03-14:20 Poster session inside/outside the auditorium  
14:20-15:05 AI in medicine: Revolution, Counter-Revolution or Hype? Morten H. Jensen
Karl Øyvind Mikalsen
Anne Håkansson
Gunnar Hartvigsen
15:05-15:15 Short break  
  Paper session 6: AI and ML in eHealth applications and services (3)
Chair: Gunnar Hartvigsen, Co-chair: Pietro Randine
15:15-15:30 Designing, implementing, and testing a modern electronic clinical study management system – The Hubro system Miroslav Muzny, Meghan Bradway, Håvard Blixgård and Eirik Årsand
14:30-15:45 Who are the “Hard-to-Reach” groups in chronic-health and health technology research? A scoping review Meghan Bradway, Henriette Nybakke, Stine Ingebrigsten and Kari Dyb
15:45-16:00 Closing session André Henriksen
Gunnar Hartvigsen

Wednesday August 24th - Informal social session

Venue: Yonas Pizzeria

Wednesday 24th of August

  Social gathering; Post-conference discussions
19:00- Pizza dinner and reflections