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Thomas Kannampallil
Thomas Kannampallil
Institute for Informatics & Dept of Anesthesiology, Washington University in St Louis
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Considering complexity in healthcare systems
TG Kannampallil, GF Schauer, T Cohen, VL Patel
Journal of biomedical informatics 44 (6), 943-947, 2011
4072011
Exposure to COVID-19 patients increases physician trainee stress and burnout
TG Kannampallil, CW Goss, BA Evanoff, JR Strickland, RP McAlister, ...
PloS one 15 (8), e0237301, 2020
3242020
The National COVID Cohort Collaborative (N3C): rationale, design, infrastructure, and deployment
MA Haendel, CG Chute, TD Bennett, DA Eichmann, J Guinney, WA Kibbe, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 28 (3), 427-443, 2021
2212021
Work-related and personal factors associated with mental well-being during the COVID-19 response: survey of health care and other workers
BA Evanoff, JR Strickland, AM Dale, L Hayibor, E Page, JG Duncan, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (8), e21366, 2020
2042020
A systematic review of the literature on the evaluation of handoff tools: implications for research and practice
J Abraham, T Kannampallil, VL Patel
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (1), 154-162, 2014
1902014
Augmented cognition
DD Schmorrow, AA Kruse
Berkshire encyclopedia of human-computer interaction 1, 54-59, 2004
156*2004
Evaluating tagging behavior in social bookmarking systems: metrics and design heuristics
U Farooq, TG Kannampallil, Y Song, CH Ganoe, JM Carroll, L Giles
Proceedings of the 2007 international ACM conference on Supporting group …, 2007
1462007
Bridging gaps in handoffs: a continuity of care based approach
J Abraham, TG Kannampallil, VL Patel
Journal of biomedical informatics 45 (2), 240-254, 2012
1362012
Semantic imitation in social tagging
WT Fu, T Kannampallil, R Kang, J He
ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI) 17 (3), 1-37, 2010
1052010
Comparative evaluation of the content and structure of communication using two handoff tools: implications for patient safety
J Abraham, TG Kannampallil, KF Almoosa, B Patel, VL Patel
Journal of critical care 29 (2), 311. e1-311. e7, 2014
832014
Adaptive information search: Age-dependent interactions between cognitive profiles and strategies
J Chin, WT Fu, T Kannampallil
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2009
782009
Understanding the nature of information seeking behavior in critical care: implications for the design of health information technology
TG Kannampallil, A Franklin, R Mishra, KF Almoosa, T Cohen, VL Patel
Artificial intelligence in medicine 57 (1), 21-29, 2013
772013
Ensuring patient safety in care transitions: an empirical evaluation of a handoff intervention tool
J Abraham, T Kannampallil, B Patel, K Almoosa, VL Patel
AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings 2012, 17, 2012
752012
Characterizing the structure and content of nurse handoffs: a sequential conversational analysis approach
J Abraham, T Kannampallil, C Brenner, KD Lopez, KF Almoosa, B Patel, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 59, 76-88, 2016
692016
Cognitive informatics in biomedicine and healthcare
VL Patel, TG Kannampallil
Journal of biomedical informatics 53, 3-14, 2015
612015
A semantic imitation model of social tag choices
WT Fu, TG Kannampallil, R Kang
2009 international conference on computational science and engineering 4, 66-73, 2009
612009
Role of cognition in generating and mitigating clinical errors
VL Patel, TG Kannampallil, EH Shortliffe
BMJ quality & safety 24 (7), 468-474, 2015
522015
Human factors and health information technology: current challenges and future directions
VL Patel, TG Kannampallil
Yearbook of medical informatics 23 (01), 58-66, 2014
482014
Making sense: sensor-based investigation of clinician activities in complex critical care environments
T Kannampallil, Z Li, M Zhang, T Cohen, DJ Robinson, A Franklin, ...
Journal of biomedical informatics 44 (3), 441-454, 2011
462011
Use of machine learning to develop and evaluate models using preoperative and intraoperative data to identify risks of postoperative complications
B Xue, D Li, C Lu, CR King, T Wildes, MS Avidan, T Kannampallil, ...
JAMA network open 4 (3), e212240-e212240, 2021
452021
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