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Toward a Unified Metadata Schema for Ecological Momentary Assessment with Voice-First Virtual Assistants

We designed a novel unified metadata schema to enable Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), user experience (UX), and behavioral health researchers to rapidly prototype Ecological Momentary Assessment (EMA) data collection applications on different voice-first smart devices with built-in IVAs.

ARTEMIS: A Collaborative Mixed-Reality System for Immersive Surgical Telementoring (CHI 2021)

In this paper, we describe ARTEMIS' design process with a summary of specific user goals ARTEMIS addresses. We also describe the system implementation and show an early validation of how the system addresses user goals.

Adjacent Display of Relevant Discussion Helps Resolve Confusion

Discussion fora of instructional videos contain previously-discussed questions and answers. These video comments can resolve many points of confusion for learners. However, finding relevant content in a separated discussion forum is challenging and …

Developing a Healthcare Equity Tool: Combining Technology and Stakeholder Engagement to Uncover Hidden Bias in Patient-Provider Interactions

Do You Really Need to Know Where “That” Is? Enhancing Support for Referencing in Collaborative Mixed Reality Environments

Mixed Reality has been shown to enhance remote guidance and is especially well-suited for physical tasks. Conversations during these tasks are heavily anchored around task objects and their spatial relationships in the real world, making referencing …

Facilitating Remote Design Thinking Workshops in Healthcare: the Case of Contouring in Radiation Oncology

How might an intelligent voice assistant address older adults' health-related needs?

Understanding Barriers and Design Opportunities to Improve Healthcare and QOL for Older Adults through Voice Assistants

“It Feels Like I am Talking into a Void”: Understanding Interaction Gaps in Synchronous Online Classrooms

This paper investigates in-class interactions in synchronous online classrooms when the choice of modality is discretionary, such that students choose when and if they turn on their cameras and microphones. Instructor interviews (N = 7) revealed that …

Cognitive Bias in Patient-Provider Communication: Sensing and Design to Reduce Health Disparities

Cognitive bias is pervasive in healthcare. It drives differential diagnosis and timely recognition of acute onset illness, but it also contributes to healthcare inequity. Patients may not be treated equitably due to different identities (race, …