CTI-Lab

Our projects

CogNeat: Artificial Intelligence (AI) to minimize the Digital Stress in Hospital

Digital Stress, Hospital, Information Overload, Participatory Design, Machine Learning, eHealth Technology

Sylvie Grosjean of the Communication Department is collaborating with the Montfort Knowledge Institute (Institut du Savoir Montfort) on a research project (CHRI funding) which investigates how an Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology could help clinicians and nurses working in hospital to deal digital stress. The main purpose of the project is …

“Sensory Work” in Clinical Decision Making

Clinical Decision Making, Patient/Physician interactions, Sensory Knowledge, Simulation Lab

 

Sensory experiences comprise an integral part of clinical decision-making (Sterne, 2003; Maslen, 2016, 2017). Clinicians’ senses are constantly engaged (Schubert, 2011; Goodwin, 2010, Maslen 2012) and the senses are indispensable to clinicians’ judgments of health and illness because information is partially collected via the senses, and …

“Sensory Work” in Clinical Decision Making

Clinical Decision Making, Patient/Physician interactions, Sensory Knowledge, Simulation Lab

 

Sensory experiences comprise an integral part of clinical decision-making (Sterne, 2003; Maslen, 2016, 2017). Clinicians’ senses are constantly engaged (Schubert, 2011; Goodwin, 2010, Maslen 2012) and the senses are indispensable to clinicians’ judgments of health and illness because information is partially collected via the senses, and …

Connected Canada conference

Government service design, News and media literacy, Law and digital rights, Civic engagement

 

The SSHRC funded Connected Canada 150 conference examined what it means to be a digital citizen in Canada today. This two-day conference brought together leading experts in Internet culture and digital citizenship, including academics, government officials, policy-makers, members of think tanks, members of the private sector, and civil society groups. The conference fostered much-needed …    

Connected 150 Canada conference
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A Mobile App’ to increase Organizational Visibility

Organizational Communication, Co-Design, Communication Strategy, information management, Mobile Application, User-Interface

 

This project integrated students from the University of Ottawa to help one of our Community Partner – Centre de development du sport de Gatineau (CDSG) – with an organizational communication strategy problematic (increase organizational visibility). The objective of an one-day Hackathon was to …

A Mobile App’ to increase Organizational Visibility

Organizational Communication, Co-Design, Communication Strategy, information management, Mobile Application, User-Interface

 

This project integrated students from the University of Ottawa to help one of our Community Partner – Centre de development du sport de Gatineau (CDSG) – with an organizational communication strategy problematic (increase organizational visibility). The objective of an one-day Hackathon was to …

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