New paper on eHealth: Open access
I am a Professor at the Department of Communication and Psychology, Aalborg University – affiliated with the Center for User-driven Innovation, Learning and Design, the cross disciplinary Danish Centre for Health Informatics, and the research program CHIP: Human Centered Health Informatics and Participation.
My research focus on the development of theories and methods for participatory design of Information Technology (IT). I primarily work within the field of health care as evidenced by a series of recent and ongoing projects on IT supported hearing rehabilitation, diabetes management, health promotion, patient safety and Living Laboratories in nursing homes.
I teach graduate and postgraduate level courses at the study programs Information Studies, Interaction Design, and Health Informatics. Teaching includes supervision and courses in ‘Design theory and methods’, ‘ICT-design in organizations’, ‘User-centered Design’, ‘Systems Development’, ‘User-driven innovation’ and ‘Action Research’. In addition, I supervises doctoral students at the HCCI PhD-program.