Latham: Document phenomenology - A framework for holistic analysis
SLIS Associate Professor Kiersten F. Latham, Ph.D., is co-author (with Tim Gorichanaz, Drexel University) of an article titled “Document phenomenology: a framework for holistic analysis,” published in the Journal of Documentation (2016), 72:6 , 1114-1133. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/JD-01-2016-0007
The fall season is upon us and the crispness in the air is lending to a “can do” spirit here at the iSchool. Fall brings a time of reflection as we take stock of all that was accomplished over the spring and summer term as we enter the remaining term of 2023.
Michael Bice served as a senior executive of academic medical centers and large healthcare systems for over 25 years. In 2008, when he was tapped by Kent State University's Provost, Robert Frank, to create a healthcare master's degree for the university, there were only three health informatics programs in the United States. Kent State's made it four.
Claudia Lillibridge’s extensive career of over 20 years in health informatics has allowed her to be exposed to numerous changes throughout the field. In her role as Senior Project Manager at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Lillibridge is using innovative technology to enhance physician-patient communication.