Mon, April 10, 2017, noon:
Families, Illness and Information: A Longitudinal, Ethnographic Study (Museum and Library Services, Institute of)
Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.
Associate Professor of Information, School of Information.
Associate Professor, Health Behavior & Health Education, School of Public Health.
Ph.D., University of Western Ontario
Dr. Veinot's research interests include identifying factors that affect health information access, acquisition and use in marginalized communities and families, and developing and evaluating "community health informatics" interventions for these groups.
Unerti, Kim M., Chris L. Schaefbauer, Terrance R. Campbell, Charles Senteio, Katie A. Siek, Suzanne Bakken, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. Forthcoming. "Integrating community-based participatory research and informatics approaches to improve the engagement and health of underserved populations." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. DOI. Abstract.
Valdez, Rupa S., Richard J. Holden, Laurie L. Novak, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Technical infrastructure implications of the patient work framework." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 22(e213-e215). DOI.
Valdez, Rupa S., Richard J. Holden, Laurie L. Novak, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Transforming consumer health informatics through a patient work framework: connecting patients to context." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 22(1): 2-10. PMCID: PMC4433363. DOI. Abstract.
Wolf, Christine T., and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Struggling for space and finding my place: An interactionist perspective on everyday use of biomedical information." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(2): 282-296. DOI. Abstract.
Senteio, Charles, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Trying to Make Things Right: Adherence Work in High-Poverty, African American Neighborhoods." Qualitative Health Research, 24(12): 1745-1756. DOI. Abstract.
Meadowbrooke, Chrysta C., Tiffany C.E. Veinot, Jimena Loveluck, Andrew Hickok, and Jose A. Bauermeister. 2014. "Information behavior and HIV testing intentions among young men at risk for HIV/AIDS." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 65(3): 609-620. PMCID: PMC4207124. DOI. Abstract.
Bauermeister, Jose A., Andrew M. Hickok, Chrysta Meadowbrooke, Tiffany C.E. Veinot, and Jimena Loveluck. 2014. "Self-Efficacy Among Young Men Who have Sex with Men: An Exploratory Analysis of HIV/AIDS Risk Behaviors Across Partner Types." AIDS and Behavior, 18(1): 69-77. PMCID: PMC3750084. DOI. Abstract.