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User Experience Research Methods For Health Informatics (HIN-681)

Semester: Summer 2021
Number: 0308-681-045
Instructor: A. Hasan Sapci
Days: TBA
Note: Online, Asynchronous
Location: Online
Credits: 3
Course Meets: July 11 - August 22
Course Materials: View Text Books

Students will be introduced to the patient and user experience and identify the most appropriate research methods to evaluate the interactions between physical, social, cognitive, and psychological human behavior, and health informatics applications. Topics covered include statistical analyses to improve patient and user experience, and perform data analyses.

Learning Goals:   The students will be able to:● Analyze interactions between human behaviors (social, cognitive, physical, and physiological) and information technologies and use statistical analyses to evaluate patient and user experience.● Interpret the organization of qualitative and quantitative data.● Synthesize new methods to evaluate patient and user experience.● Use statistical analyses to interpret the effects of patient engagement and disease management systems.● Analyze the nature, purpose, and types of statistics for analyzing data.● Select the appropriate analysis strategies to evaluate the quality and outcomes of treatments using different health informatics systems.

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