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Health Information Behavior in the Context of Chronic Conditions A chronic condition can have significant impacts on a person’s life. My work focuses on understanding how people deal with these changes – how a person’s cognitive representations of health, illness, and wellbeing change over time, the role that information plays in these changes, and what […]


Generally, I teach BIME 543 Consumer Health and Informatics in the Autumn Quarter, and BIME 554, Biomedical Information Interactions and Design, in the Spring. I also teach NMETH 530, Developing a Scholarly Project Proposal, in the UW Clinical Informatics and Patient-Centered Technologies Program. BIME 543, Consumer Health and Informatics: provides a general introduction to consumer health […]