Most of my publications are are available online. Links to some of them are provided below (those with open access). If you would like a copy of a paper that is unavailable here, please feel free to email me. For copies of book chapters or abstracts, please contact me directly. Most of these publications can be found on Google Scholar.

Special Issues

  1. **Patel, V.L. & **Kannampallil, T.G. (2015). Cognitive Informatics in Biomedicine and Healthcare, Journal of Biomedical Informatics [Special Issue: http://www.journals.elsevier.com/journal-of-biomedical-informatics/virtual-special-issues/] [**Co-First Authors]
  2. Kannampallil, T.G. & Patel, V.L. (2017). Cognitive Informatics Methods for Interactive Clinical Systems, Journal of Biomedical Informatics [https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/journal-of-biomedical-informatics/special-issue/105ZJ8W60JD]

Books

  1. Patel. V.L., Kannampallil, T.G., & Kaufman, D.R. (Eds.) (2015). Cognitive Informatics in Biomedicine: Human Computer Interaction in Healthcare, Springer: London, UK.
  2. Zheng, K., Westbrook, J., Kannampallil, T.G., & Patel, V.L. (Eds.) (2019). Cognitive Informatics: Reengineering Clinical Workflow for More Efficient and Safer Care, Springer: London, UK.

Journal Articles

  1. Haynes, S.R., Kannampallil, T. G., Garg, N. & Larson, L (2005). Optimizing Anti-terrorism Resource Allocation, Journal of American Society for Information Science and Technology, 56(3), pp. 299–309.
  2. Fu, W-T., Kannampallil, T. G., Kang, R. & He, J. (2010). Semantic Imitation in Social Tagging, ACM Transactions of Computer-Human Interaction, 17(3), pp. 1–37
  3. Kannampallil, T.G., Li, Z., Zhang, M., Cohen, T., Robinson, D., Franklin, A., Zhang, J. & Patel, V.L. (2011). Making Sense: Sensor-based Investigation of Clinician Activities in Complex Critical Care Environments, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 44(3), pp. 441–454.
  4. Kannampallil, T.G., Schauer, G., Cohen, T. & Patel, V.L. (2011). Considering Complexity in Healthcare Systems, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 44(6), pp. 443–447. [Top 25 most cited papers since 2010 for the Journal of Biomedical Informatics]
  5. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G. & Patel, V.L. (2012). Bridging Gaps in Handoffs: A Continuity of Care based Approach, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 45(2), pp. 240–254. [Top 25 most cited papers in 2013 for the Journal of Biomedical Informatics]
  6. Kannampallil, T. G., Franklin, A., Mishra, R., Cohen, T., Almoosa, K.F. & Patel, V.L. (2013). Understanding the Nature of Information Seeking Behavior in Critical Care: Implications for the Design of Health Information Technology, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 57(1), pp. 21–29.
  7. Kannampallil, T. G., Waicekauskas, K., Morrow, D. G., Kopren, K. & Fu, W.-T. (2013). External Tools for Collaborative Medication Scheduling, Cognition, Technology & Work, 15(2), pp.121–131.
  8. Jones, L.K., Kannampallil, T.G. & Franklin, A. (2013). End-of-Round Time Compression in Physician Handoff Sessions, JAMA Internal Medicine, 170(11), pp. 1033–1034. [Letter]
  9. Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D.R. & Kannampallil, T. G. (2013). Diagnostic Reasoning and Decision Making in the Context of Health Information Technology, Reviews of Human Factors and Ergonomics, 8(1), pp. 149–190.
  10. **Abraham, J., **Kannampallil, T. G. & Patel, V.L. (2014). A Systematic Review of Literature on the Evaluation of Handoff Tools: Implications for Research and Practice, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 21(1), pp. 154–162. [**Co-first authors] [Top 25 most cited papers in JAMIA in 2015, 2016]
  11. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Almoosa, K.F., Patel, B. & Patel, V.L. (2014). Comparative Evaluation of the Content and Structure of Communication using Two Handoff Tools: Implications for Patient Safety, Journal of Critical Care, 29 (2), pp. 311.e1–311.e7.
  12. Kannampallil, T.G., Jones, L.K., Patel, V.L., Buchman, T.G. & Franklin, A. (2014). Comparing the Information Seeking Strategies of Residents, Nurse Practitioners, and Physician Assistants in Critical Care Settings, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 21, e249–e256.
  13. Patel, V.L. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2014). Human Factors in Health Information Technology: Current Challenges and Future Directions, Yearbook of Medical Informatics, 9(1), pp. 58–66.
  14. Dalai, V.V., Khalid, S., Gottipati, D., Kannampallil, T.G., John, V., Blatter, B., Patel, V.L. & Cohen, T. (2014). Evaluating the Effects of Cognitive Support on Psychiatric Clinical Comprehension, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 62(2), pp. 91–104.
  15. **Patel, V.L. & **Kannampallil, T.G. (2015). Cognitive Informatics in Biomedicine and Healthcare, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 53 (1), pp. 3–14. [**Co-First Authors]
  16. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., & Almoosa, K.F. (2015). Metrics for Evaluating the Quality of Handovers, JAMA Internal Medicine, 175(4), pp. 654–655. [Letter]
  17. Patel, V.L., Kannampallil, T.G., Shortliffe, E.H. (2015). Role of Cognition in Generating and Mitigating Clinical Errors, BMJ Quality and Safety, 24(7), pp. 468–474. Invited commentaries by: (a) Bates, D.W. & Sheik, A.; (b) Coiera, E. (c) Shabot, M.M.
  18. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Brenner, C.J., Lopez, K.D., Almoosa, K.F., Patel, B., & Patel, V.L. (2016). Characterizing the Structure and Content of Nurse Handoffs: A Sequential Conversational Analysis Approach, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 59, pp. 76-88.
  19. Abraham, J**., Kannampallil, T.G.**, Caskey, R.N., Kitsiou, S**. (2016). Emergency Department-based Care Transitions for Pediatric Patients: A Systematic Review, Pediatrics, 138(2), e20160969.   [**equal contribution]
  20. Kannampallil, T.G., Galanter, W.L., Falck, S., Gaunt, M.J., Gibbons, R.D., McNutt, R., Odwazny, R., Schiff, G., Vaida, A.J., Wilkie, D.J. & Lambert, B.L. (2016). Characterizing the Pain Score Trajectories of Hospitalized Adult Medical and Surgical Patients: A Retrospective Cohort Study, Pain, 157(2), pp. 2739-2746. Accompanying Editorial: Tighe, P.J., 2016. The time course of acute pain in hospitalized patients: exciting progress in data and methods. Pain, 157(12), pp.2623-2624.]
  21. Kannampallil, T.G., Abraham, J. & Patel, V.L. (2016). Methodological Framework for Evaluating Clinical Processes: A Cognitive Informatics Perspective, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 64, pp. 342-351.
  22. Abraham, J. Kannampallil, T.G., Patel, V.L., Patel, B. & Almoosa, K.F. (2016). Impact of Structured Rounding Tools on Time Allocation during Multidisciplinary Rounds: An Observational Study, JMIR Human Factors, 3(2), e29.
  23. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Srinivasan, V., Tagney, G., Galanter, W.L. & Cohen, T. (2017). Measuring Content Overlap during Handoff Communication: A Mixed-Method Approach, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 65, pp.132-144.
  24. Kannampallil, T.G., Abraham, J., Solotskaya, A., Philip, S.G., Lambert, B.L., Schiff, G.D., Wright, A. & Galanter, W.L. (2017). Learning from Errors: Analysis of Medication Order Voiding in CPOE Systems, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 24(4), pp.762-768. [Editor’s Choice]
  25. Kannampallil, T.G., Patel, V.L. (2017). Cognitive Informatics Methods for Interactive Clinical Systems, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 71, pp. 207-210.
  26. Gerber, B.S., Kannampallil, T.G., Kitsiou, S. & Heckerling, P.S. (2017). Physician Scientists Should Learn How to Program, Journal of Investigative Medicine, 65(8), e5. [Editorial]
  27. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Jarman, A., Sharma, S., Rash, C., Schiff, G.D., & Galanter, W.L. (2018). Reasons for Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE)-based Inpatient Medication Ordering Errors: An Observational Study of Voided Orders, BMJ Quality & Safety, 27, pp 299-307.
  28. Kannampallil, T.G., Denton, C., Shapiro, J.S. & Patel, V.L. (2018). Efficiency of Emergency Physicians: Insights from an Observational Study using EHR Log Files, Applied Clinical Informatics, 9(1), 99-104.
  29. Kannampallil, T.G., Manning, J.D., Chestek, D.W., Adelman, J.S., Salmasian, H., Lambert, B.L. & Galanter, W.L. (2018). Effect of Number of Open Charts on Intercepted Wrong-Patient Medication Orders in an Emergency Department, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 25(6), pp. 739-743.
  30. Kannnampallil, T.G., McNutt, R., Falck, S., Galanter, W.L., Patterson, D., Darabi, H., Sharabiani, A., Schiff, G., Odwazny, R., Vaida, A.J., Wilkie, D.J. & Lambert, B.L. (2018). Learning Optimal Opioid Prescribing and Monitoring: A Simulation Study of Medical Residents, JAMIA Open, 1(2), pp 246-254.
  31. Abraham, J., Ihianle, I., Ward, C.E., Arora, V.M. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2018). Comparative Assessment of Content Overlap between Written Documentation and Verbal Communication: An Observational Study of Resident Sign-outs, JAMIA Open, 1(2), pp 210-217.
  32. Denton, C., Soni, H., Kannnampallil, T.G., Serrichio, A., Shapiro, J.S., Traub, S.J., Patel, V.L. (2018). Emergency Physicians’ Perceived Influence of EHR Use on Clinical Workflow and Performance Metrics, Applied Clinical Informatics, 9(3), pp. 725-733.
  33. Arora, A., Kannampallil, T.G. & Abraham, J. (2019). Interdisciplinary Handover between Obstetric Nursing and Neonatal Physician Teams: An Observational Study, BMJ Pediatrics Open, 3, e000432
  34. Kannampallil, T.G., Awadalla, S.S., Jones, S. & Abraham, J. (2019). A Graph-based Approach for Characterizing Resident and Nurse Handoff Conversations, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 94, 103166.
  35. Abraham, J., Jaros, J., Ihianle, I., Kochendorfer, K., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2019).Impact of EHR-based Rounding Tools on Interactive Communication: A Prospective Observational Study, International Journal of Medical Informatics, 129, pp. 423-429.
  36. King, C.R., Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Fritz, B.A., Abdallah, A.B., Chen, Y., Henrichs, B., Politi, M., Torres, B.A., Mickle, A., Budelier, T.P., McKinnon, S., Gregory, S., Kheterpal, S., Wildes, T. & Avidan, M.S. (2019). Protocol for the Effectiveness of an Anesthesiology Control Tower System in Improving Perioperative Quality Metrics and Clinical Outcomes: the TECTONICS randomized, pragmatic trial, F1000Research.
  37. Kannampallil, T.G., Jones, S. & Abraham, J. (2020). “This is our liver patient…”: Use of Narratives during Resident and Nurse Handoff Conversations, BMJ Quality & Safety, 29, pp. 423-429.
  38. Kannampallil, T.G., & Abraham, J. (2020).Listening and Question-Asking Behaviors in Resident and Nurse Handoff Conversations: A Prospective Observational Study, JAMIA Open, 3(1), pp. 87-93.
  39. Kraddock, K., Molino, S., Stranges, P., Suda, K., Bleasdale, S., Radosta, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Shapiro, N., & Gross, A.E. (2020). The Impact of Educational Interventions on Antibiotic Prescribing for Acute Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in the Ambulatory Care Setting: A Quasi-Experimental Study, Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (JACCP), pp 1-6.
  40. *Pfeifer, E., Lozovatsky, M., Abraham, J. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2020). Effect of an Alternative Newborn Naming Strategy on Wrong-Patient Errors: A Quasi-Experimental Study, Applied Clinical Informatics, 11(2), pp. 235-241. [*Medical Student]
  41. Abraham, J., Meng, A., Siraco, S., Kannampallil, T.G., Politi, M.C., Baumann, A.A., Lenze, E.J. & Avidan, M.S. (2020). A Qualitative Study of Perioperative Depression and Anxiety in Older Adults, American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 28 (10), pp. 1107-1118.
  42. Abraham, J., Kitsiou, S. Meng, A. Burton, S., Vatani, H., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2020). Effects of CPOE-based Medication Ordering on Outcomes: An Overview of Systematic Reviews, BMJ Quality & Safety, 29, 854-863.
  43. Kannampallil, T.G., Smyth, J.M., Jones, S., Payne, P.R.O., & Ma, J. (2020). Cognitive Plausibility of Voice-based AI Counselors, npj Digital Medicine, 3(1), pp. 1-4.
  44. Kannampallil, T.G., Foraker, R.E., Lai, A.M., Woeltje, K.F., & Payne, P.R.O. (2020). When Past Isn’t a Prologue: Adapting Informatics Practice During a Pandemic, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 27 (7), pp. 1142-1146.
  45. Foraker, R.E., Lai, A.M., Kannampallil, T.G., Woeltje, K.F., Trollard, A., & Payne, P.R.O. (2020). Transmission Dynamics: Data Sharing in the COVID-19 Era, Learning Health Systems, e10235.
  46. Kannampallil, T.G., & Ma, J. (2020). Digital Translucence: Adapting Telemedicine Delivery Post-Covid-19, Telemedicine and e-Health, 26 (9), pp. 1120-1122.
  47. Jiao, Y., Sharma, A., Ben Abdallah, A., Maddox, T.M., &Kannampallil, T.G. (2020). Probabilistic Forecasting of Surgical Case Duration using Machine Learning: Model Development and Validation, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 27(12), pp. 1885-1893.
  48. Kannampallil, T.G., Goss, C.W., Evanoff, B.A., Strickland, J.R., McAlister, R.P, & Duncan, J.G. (2020). Exposure to COVID-19 Patients Increases Physician Trainee Stress and Burnout, PLOS One, 15 (8), pp. e0237301.
  49. Evanoff, B.A., Strickland, J.R., Dale, A.M., Hayibor, L., Page, E., Duncan, J.G., Kannampallil, T.G., & Gray, D.L. (2020). Work-related and Personal Factors Associated with Mental Well-being during COVID-19 Response: A Survey of Health Care and Other Workers, Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR), 22(8), pp. e21366
  50. Kannampallil, T.G., Holzer, K.J., Abraham, J., Naim, U., Lenze, E.J., Haroutounian.S.H., & Avidan, M.S. (2021). Surgical Complications in Older Adults Predict Decline in Self-Perceived Cognitive Function in the Ensuing Year: A Cohort Study, American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 29(4), pp. 352-361. [Associated Invited Editorial: Rosenberg, P.E. & Oh, E.S. (2021). Association of Subjective Cognitive Decline With Postoperative Complications Could Herald Dementia Risk, American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry].
  51. Abraham, J. Galanter, W.L., Touchette, D., Xia, Y., Holzer, K.J., Leung, V. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Risk Factors Associated with Medication Ordering Errors. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 28(1), pp. 86-94.
  52. Kannampallil, T.G., Abraham, J. Lou, S. & Payne, P.R.O. (2021). Conceptual Considerations for Using EHR-based Activity Logs to Measure Clinician Burnout and Its Effects, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 28(5), pp. 1032-1037.
  53. Patel, V.L., Denton, C.A., Soni, H.C., Kannampallil, T.G., Traub, S. & Shapiro, J. (2021). Physician Workflow in Two Distinctive Emergency Departments: An Observational Study, Applied Clinical Informatics, 12(01), pp. 141-152.
  54. Abraham, J., Meng, A., Tripathy, S., Avidan, M.S., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis of Interventions for Operating Room to Intensive Care Unit Handoffs, BMJ Quality & Safety, 30(6), pp. 513-524.
  55. Xue, B., Li, D., Lu, C., King, C.R., Wildes, T., Avidan, M.S., Kannampallil, T.G., & Abraham, J. (2021). Use of Machine Learning to Develop and Evaluate Models Using Preoperative and Intraoperative Data to identify Risks of Postoperative Complications, JAMA Network Open, 4(3), pp. e212240-e212240. [Associated Invited Editorial]: Seshadri, C.M. & Rashidi, P. (2021). Linking Preoperative and Intraoperative Data for Risk Prediction, JAMA Network Open, 4(3), pp. e212547
  56. Lenze E.J., Nicol, G.E., Barbour, D.L., Kannampallil, T.G., Wong, A.W.K., Piccirillo, J., Drysdale, A.T., Sylvester, C.M., Haddad, R., Miller, J.P., Low, C.A., Lenze, S.N., Freedland, K.E., & Rodebaugh, T.L. (2021). Precision clinical trials: a framework for getting to precision medicine for neurobehavioral disorders, Journal of Psychiatry and Neuroscience, 46(1), pp. E97-E110.
  57. *Lou, S.S., Goss, C.W., Evanoff, B.A., Duncan, J.G., Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Risk Factors Associated with Physician Trainee Concern Over Missed Educational Opportunities During the COVID-19 Pandemic, BMC Medical Education, 21(1), pp. 1-7. [*Postdoctoral Fellow]
  58. Odozor, C.U., Roles, K., Burk, C., Kannampallil, T.G., Clifford, D., Piccirillo, J.F., Haroutounian, S. (2021) Cohort study protocol to characterize the incidence and severity of neuropathic pain in patients with severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection, Pain Reports, 6(1), e925.
  59. *Holzer, K.J., Lou, S.S., Goss, C.W., Evanoff, B.A., Strickland, J.R., Evanoff, B.A., Duncan, J.G., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Impact of Changes in EHR Use during COVID-19 on Physician Trainee Mental Health, Applied Clinical Informatics, 12(03), pp. 507-517. [*Post-doctoral fellow]
  60. Kannampallil, T.G. & Abraham, J. (2021). Comment on Adverse Outcomes Associated with Intraoperative Handovers: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis, Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, 36(4), pp. 327.
  61. Abraham, J., Pfeifer, E.P., Doering, M., Avidan, M.S., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Systematic Review of Intraoperative Handoffs and Handoff Tools, Anesthesia & Analgesia, 132(6), pp. 1563-1575.
  62. Abraham, J., Meng, A., Sona, C., Wildes, T., Avidan, M.S., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). An Observational Study of Postoperative Handoff Standardization Failures, International Journal of Medical Informatics, 151, pp. 104458.
  63. Kannampallil, T.G., Lew, D., Pfeifer, E.P., Sharma, A. & Abraham, J. (2021). Association Between Paediatric Intraoperative Anaesthesia Handover and Adverse Postoperative Outcomes, BMJ Quality & Safety, 30(9), pp. 755-763.
  64. *Dai, R., Lu. C., Yun, L. Lenze, E.J., Avidan, M.S., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Comparing Stress Prediction Models using Smartwatch Physiological Signals and Participant Self-reports, Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 208, 106207. [*Graduate student]
  65. King, C.R., Abraham, J., Fritz, B., Cui, Z., Galanter, W.L., Chen, Y., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Predicting Self-Intercepted Medication Ordering Errors using Machine Learning, PLOS One, 16(7), pp. e0254358.
  66. Ma, J. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Getting More Precise in Public Messaging on Scientific and Data Uncertainties for Precision Medicine Research, Annals of Behavioral Medicine, In Press.
  67. Jiao, Y., Xue, B., Lu, C., Avidan, M.S., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2022). Continuous Real-Time Prediction of Surgical Case Duration Using a Modular Artificial Neural Network, British Journal of Anaesthesia, In Press
  68. Goss, C.W., Duncan, J.G., Lou, S.S., Holzer, K.J., Evanoff, B.A., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2022). Effects of Persistent Exposure to COVID-19 on Mental Health Outcomes Among Trainees: A Longitudinal Survey Study, Journal of General Internal Medicine, In Press
  69. Abraham, J., Meng, A. Tripathy, S., Kitsiou, S., Kannampallil, T.G. (2022). Effect of Health Information Technology (HIT)-based Discharge Transition Interventions on Patient Readmissions and ER Visits: A Systematic Review, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, In Press
  70. Tucker, A., Kannampallil, T.G., Fodeh, S., & Peleg, M. (2022). New JBI Policy Emphasizes Clinically-Meaningful Novel Machine Learning Methods, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, In Press
  71. Willis, C., Watanabe, A.H., Huges, J., Nolen, K., O’Meara, J., Schepart, A., Bruno, M., Biskupiak, J., Kawamoto, K., Shara, N. & Kannampallil. T.G. (2022). Applying Diagnosis Support Systems in Electronic Health Records to Identify Transthyretin Amyloid Cardiomyopathy Risk, Future Cardiology, In Press
  72. *Lou, S.S., Liu, H., Warner, B.C., Harford, D., Lu, C., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2022). Predicting Physician Burnout using Clinical Activity Logs: Model Performance and Lessons Learned, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, In Press [*Postdoctoral Fellow]
  73. *Lou, S.S., Lew, D., Harford, D., Lu, C., Evanoff, B.A., Duncan, J.G., & Kannampallil, T.G. (Accepted). Temporal associations between EHR-derived workload, burnout, and errors: a prospective cohort study, Journal of General Internal Medicine [*Postdoctoral Fellow]
  74. *Lou, S.S., Liu, H., Lu, C., Wildes, T.S., Hall, B.L., & Kannampallil, T.G. (Accepted). Personalized Surgical Transfusion Risk Prediction Using Machine Learning to Guide Preoperative Type and Screen Orders, Anesthesiology [*Postdoctoral Fellow]
  75. Odozor, C.U., Kannampallil, T.G., Ben Abdallah, A., Roles, K., Burk, C., Warner, B.C., Aladerdyan, H., Clifford, D.B., Piccirillo, J.F., & Haroutounian, S. (Accepted with Minor Revisions) Post-acute Sensory Neurological Sequelae in Patients with SARS-CoV-2 Infection: An Observational Cohort Study, PAIN

Conference Articles

  1. Kannampallil, T. G. & Farrell, R.G. (2005). Automatic Learning Object Categorization for Instruction using an Enhanced Linear Text Classifier. International Conference on Knowledge Management (at ASIST 2005), Oct 28-30, Charlotte, NC.
  2. Kannampallil, T. G. & Daughtry, J.M (2006) Handling Objects: Refactoring from an HCI perspective, Proceedings of ACM SIGDOC 2006, Oct 17-21, Myrtle Beach, SC, pp 92-98.
  3. Kannampallil, T. G. & Haynes, S.R. (2007). Using Event Based Markov Model Simulation to Analyze Interactive Human Behavior, AMCIS, Keystone, CO.
  4. Farooq, U., Kannampallil, T.G., Song, Y., Ganoe, C.H., Carroll, J.M. & Giles, C.L. (2007). Evaluating tagging behavior in social bookmarking systems: metrics and design heuristics. Proceedings of the International GROUP Conference on Supporting Group Work (Sanibel Island, Florida, November 4-7, 2007), pp. 351-360. New York, NY: ACM Press. [Acceptance Rate: 28%]
  5. Haynes, S.R., Singel, J.M. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2008) An Information Systems Design Theory for Supporting WMD Reachback. In Proceedings of the First European Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, EuroISI 2008, (Esbjerg, Denmark, 2008), Springer, 248-259.
  6. Haynes, S.R., Kannampallil, T.G., Cohen, M.A., Soares, A. & Ritter, F.E. (2008). Rampart: A Service and Agent-Based Architecture for Anti-Terrorism Planning and Resource Allocation. In Proceedings of the First European Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, EuroISI 2008, (Esbjerg, Denmark, 2008), Springer, 260-270.
  7. Chin, J., Fu, W-T. & Kannampallil, T. G.  (2009). Adaptive information search: age-dependent interactions between cognitive profiles and strategies. In Proceedings of the 27th international Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 – 09, 2009). CHI ’09. ACM, New York, NY, 1683-1692.
  8. Haynes, S. R., Carroll, J. M., Kannampallil, T. G., Xiao, L. & Bach, P. M. (2009). Design research as explanation: perceptions in the field. In Proceedings of the 27th international Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston, MA, USA, April 04 – 09, 2009). CHI ’09. ACM, New York, NY, 1121-1130.
  9. Kang, R., Kannampallil, T. G., He, J. & Fu, W-T. (2009). Conformity out of Diversity: Dynamics of Information Needs and Social Influence of Tags in Exploratory Information Search. In Proceedings of HCI International 2009 (San Diego, CA, USA).
  10. Kannampallil, T. G.  & Fu, W-T. (2009). Trail Patterns in Social Tagging Systems: Role of Tags as Digital Pheromones. In Proceedings of HCI International 2009 (San Diego, CA, USA)
  11. Fu, W-T., Kannampallil, T. G. & Kang, R. (2009). A Semantic Imitation Model of Social Tag Choices, In IEEE SocialCom 2009, August 22-24, 2009, Vancouver, CA. [Acceptance Rate: 13%]
  12. Fu, W-T., Kannampallil, T. G. & Kang, R. (2010). Facilitating Exploratory Search by Model-Based Navigational Cues, In Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent User Interfaces (IUI 2010), Hong Kong, China. [Acceptance Rate: 29%]
  13. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T. G. & Reddy, M.  (2009). Peripheral Activities during EMR use in Emergency Care: A Case Study, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium 2009, San Francisco, CA.
  14. Kang, R., Fu, W-T. & Kannampallil, T. G. (2010). Exploiting Knowledge-in-the-head and Knowledge-in-the-social-web: Effects of Domain Expertise on Exploratory Search in Individual and Social Search Environments, In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (CHI 2010), Atlanta, GA. [Acceptance Rate: 22%]
  15. Fu, W-T.& Kannampallil, T. G. (2010). Cognitive Models of User Behavior in Social Information Systems, In Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Computer-Human Interaction (CHI 2010) Extended Abstracts, Atlanta, GA.
  16. Waicekauskas, K., Kannampallil, T. G., Kopren, K., Tan, P.-H., Fu, W.-T. & Morrow, D. G. (2010). Collaborative Tools in a Simulated Patient-Provider Medication Scheduling Task, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, San Francisco, CA.
  17. Patel, V.L. & Kannampallil, T. G. (2011). Cognitive Approaches to Clinical Data Management for Decision Support: Is it Old Wine in New Bottle?  Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Information Quality in E-Health (USAB 2011), Graz, Austria.
  18. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Patel, B., Almoosa, K.F. & Patel, V.L. (2012). Ensuring Patient Safety in Care Transitions: An Empirical Evaluation of a Handoff Intervention Tool, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL. [***Distinguished Paper Award***]
  19. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G. & Patel, V.L. (2014). Towards an Ontology for Interdisciplinary Handoff Communication in Intensive Care: Implications for Tool Resiliency and Patient Safety, International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare, Chicago, IL.
  20. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G. (2014). Quantifying Physician Activities in Emergency Care: An Exploratory Study, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  21. Kannampallil, T. G., Morrow, D.G., Fu, W.-T., Raquel, L. & Muriset, A. (2016). Communication Patterns in a Collaborative Medication Scheduling Task among Older Adults, IEEE International Conference on Healthcare Informatics (ICHI), Chicago, IL.
  22. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Ward, C.E., Bogan, C. & Hyderi, A. (2018). Effect of Handoff Training on Resident Communication Quality: An Observational Study, Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference of System Sciences (HICSS-51), Kona, HI.
  23. *Dai, R., Lu. C., Avidan, M., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021) RespWatch: Robust Measurement of Respiratory Rate on Smartwatches with Photoplethysmography, The 6th ACM/IEEE Conference on Internet of Things Design and Implementation, May 18-21, Nashville, TN. [*Graduate Student]

Peer-reviewed Abstracts

  1. Haynes, S.R. & Kannampallil, T. G. (2004). Learning, Performance, and Analysis Support for Complex Software Applications, Proceedings of the SIGHCI Workshop at ICIS, December 2004, Washington D.C.
  2. Haynes, S.R., Kannampallil, T. G., Garg, N. & Larson, L. (2003). Cognitive Support System for Antiterrorism Force Protection, In Proceedings Of Workshop on Information Technology (WITS), Seattle, 2003.Kannampallil, T. G. (2006). Supporting Users of Complex Applications, I-Conference Doctoral Colloquium- 2006, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
  3. Convertino, G., Kannampallil, T. G. & Councill, I. (2006). Mapping the intellectual landscape of CSCW. Proceedings of CSCW 2006, Banff, CA (Extended Abstract)
  4. Farooq, U., Kannampallil, T. G. & Begole, J. (2007) Tag Clouds, Intellectual Patterns, Scientific Communities, CHI 2006, CHI 2007. Proceedings of ACM GROUP 2007, Sanibel Island, FL. (Extended Abstract)
  5. Kannampallil, T. G. & Abraham, J. (2005). Interdisciplinarity in Information Science (Track: grand challenges in our field) I-Conference 2005, Penn State University, PA.
  6. Kannampallil, T. G. & Haynes, S.R. (2007). Design Requirements for Complex Applications. Workshop on HCI & Information Design to Communicate Complex Information, Memphis, TN.
  7. Convertino, G. & Kannampallil, T. G., (2009). Intellectual landscapes and trends in CSCW research (boaster), Human Computer Interaction Consortium (HCIC) Workshop, Fraser, CO.
  8. Chin, J., Fu, W-T. & Kannampallil, T. G.  (2009). Adaptive information search: age-dependent interactions between cognitive profiles and strategies, APA Annual Symposium, August 6-9, Toronto, CA.
  9. Gottipati, D., Nguyen, V., Myneni, S., Almoosa, K.F., Kannampallil, T.G. & Patel, V.L. (2011). Information Integration Model in Critical Care Setting: Role of Electronic Health Records, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium 2011.
  10. Kannampallil, T., Jones, L.K., Buchman, T. & Franklin, A. (2011).  Last Patients Finish Last: End of Round Time Compression during CT ICU Clinical Rounds, Critical Care Medicine, 39 (12), pp 552.
  11. Abraham, J., Patel, B., Almoosa, K.F., Warner, M.T., Kannampallil, T.G., & Patel, V.L. (2011). Minimizing Communication Breakdowns: An Empirical Evaluation of a Handoff Intervention Tool, Critical Care Medicine, 39 (12), pp 176.
  12. Jones, L., Kannampallil, T.G., Buchman, T. & Franklin, A. (2011). Information Seeking Behaviors of Providers in CT ICU Settings, Critical Care Medicine, 39 (12), pp 171.
  13. Shang, N., Kannampallil, T.G. & Franklin, A. (2012). Information Foraging Behavior in a Trauma Emergency Department, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  14. Shang, N., Maddow, C., Kannampallil, T.G., King, B. & Franklin, A. (2012). Importance of Verbal Communication in the Electronic Age, Annals of Emergency Medicine, 60 (4), S90-91.
  15. Dalai, V.V., Gottipati, D., Kannampallil, T.G., John, V. & Cohen, T. (2013). Characterizing the Effects of a Cognitive Support System for Psychiatric Clinical Comprehension, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Washington DC.
  16. Killoran, P., Gantela, S., Myneni, S., Kannampallil, T.G., Almoosa, K.F. Patel, B., Patel, V.L. & Cohen, T. (2015). Evaluating the Effects of Cognitive Support on Interpreting ICU Patient Data, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Francisco, CA.
  17. Abraham, J., Kannampallil, T. G. & Patel, V.L. (2016). Moderating Disproportionate Time Allocation During Daily Rounds Using Structured Tools: An Observational Study, International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
  18. Denton, C. Nimo, G., Shapiro, J., Sayan, O., Kannampallil, T.G., & Patel, V.L. (2016) Perceived Effects of Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records on Clinical Workflow: A Preliminary Study, International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
  19. Acharya, S., Kannampallil, T. G. & Abraham, J. (2016). Investigating the Semantic Similarities Across Physician and Nurse Hand-Off Communication,International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
  20. Srinivasan, V., Kannampallil, T.G., Cohen, T., Abraham, J. (2016). Analyzing Similarities in Handoff Communication Content between Residents and Nurses, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  21. Denton, C., Shapiro, J., Nimo, G., Kannampallil, T.G., & Patel, V.L. (2016). Perceived Effects of Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records on Clinical Workflow, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  22. Lambert, B.L., McNutt, R., Galanter, W.G., Kannampallil. T.G. (2017). Using simulation to teach safe and effective dosing of opioids for inpatient acute pain, International Society of Quality in Healthcare (ISQua) annual conference, London, UK.
  23. Thomas, M.M., Kannampallil, T. G., Abraham, J. & Marai, G. (2017). Echo: A large display interactive visualization of ICU data for effective patient care handoffs, Proceedings of the 2017 Workshop on Visual Analytics in Healthcare (VAHC 2017), Phoenix, AZ.
  24. Abraham, J., Ihianle, I., Choudhari, R., Jarman, A., Kannampallil, T.G., & Galanter, W.L. (2018). Clinician Perspectives on Duplicate Medication Ordering Errors, Proceedings of the American Informatics Association (AMIA) annual Symposium, San Francisco, CA.
  25. Craddock, K., Molino, S., Stranges, P.M., Suda, K.J., Kannampallil, T.G., Radosta, J., Hickner, J., Shapiro, N.L., Bleasdale, S.C., & Gross, A.E. (2018). Impact of Educational Interventions on Antibiotic Prescribing for Acute Upper Respiratory Tract Infections in the Ambulatory Care Setting, Journal of the American College of Clinical Pharmacology, 1(2), 122-353.
  26. Lozovatsky, M., Kannampallil, T.G. (2019). An Alternate Distinct Strategy for Temporary Newborn Names, AMIA Clinical Informatics Conference 2019, Atlanta, GA.
  27. Fischer, K., Hunt, J.A., Kannampallil. T.G., Komeshak, R., Kenney, K., Lackey, I., Mermelstein, S. & Ahmad, F. (2019). The Formative Evaluation of a Mobile Application for Adolescent Contraceptive Education and Screening, Pediatric Academic Societies (PAS) annual meeting 2019, Baltimore, MD.
  28. Kannampallil, T.G., Aranake-Chrisinger, A., Al-Hammadi, N. & Avidan, M. (2019). Patient-Reported In-hospital Complications and Self-Reported Cognitive Function 1-Year After Surgery, International Anesthesia Research Society (IARS) Annual Meeting 2019, Montreal, Canada. [Kosaka Best of Meeting: Clinical Research]
  29. Abraham, J., Meng, A. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2020). Clinician Perceptions of Barriers and Facilitators to Effective Postoperative Handoffs, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  30. Pfeifer, E., Walden, N., Abraham, J., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2020). Intraoperative Anesthesia Transitions of Care and Adverse Events: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL. 
  31. Nolen, K., Bruno, M., Mitchell, J., Kannampallil, T.G., Reed, C., Ateya, M., Lassa-Claxton, S., Holtmann, M., Naumann, T., & Huda, A. (2020). Creating phenotypes to operationalize high-yield clinical features derived from a heuristic artificial intelligence (AI) model for a rare disease, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL. 
  32. Lou, S.S., Lew, D., Harford, D.R., Lu, C., Evanoff, B.A., Duncan, J.G., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). A longitudinal study of burnout and clinical workload measured with electronic health record audit logs, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Diego, CA.
  33. Shah, N., Xue, B., Yang, H., Kannampallil, T.G., Lu, C., Payne, P.R., & Said, A. (2021). Development of a predictive analytics model for need for extracorporeal support in COVID-19 patients, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Diego, CA.
  34. Evanoff, B.A., Strickland, J.R., Dale, A.M., Hayibor, L.A., Page, E., Duncan, J.G., Kannampallil, T.G. & Gray, D.L. (2021).  Family-supportive supervisor behaviors and exposure to COVID-19 predicted mental health and well-being among both clinical and non-clinical workers, APHA 2021 Annual Meeting and Expo. APHA.

Tutorials

  1. Kannampallil, T.G., Zheng, K. & Patel, V.L. (2012). Analysis of Human Interaction Behavior for Supporting Health IT Design, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL. [“Best of AMIA 2012: http://www.amia.org/amia2012/best-of-amia]
  2. Kannampallil, T.G., Zheng, K. & Patel, V.L. (2016). Analysis of Human Interactive Behavior for Improving Health IT Usability and Minimizing Patient Safety Risks, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  3. Kannampallil, T.G., Zheng, K. & Patel, V.L. (2017). Analysis of Human Interactive Behavior for Improving Health IT Usability, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Washington DC.
  4. Kannampallil, T.G., Zheng, K. & Patel, V.L. (2018). Analysis of Human Interactive Behavior for Improving Health IT Usability and Clinical Workflow, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Francisco, CA.
  5. Zheng, K., Kannampallil, T.G., Horksky, J. & Patel, V.L. (2019). Human Interactive Behavior and Health IT Usability, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Francisco, CA.
  6. Zheng, K., Kannampallil, T.G., Hettinger, A.Z. & Patel, V.L. (2020). Analysis of Human Interactive Behavior for Improving Health IT Usability and Clinical Workflow, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL (virtual).
  7. Zheng, K., Kannampallil, T.G., Hettinger, A.Z. & Patel, V.L. (2021). Analysis of Human Interactive Behavior for Improving Health IT Usability and Clinical Workflow, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, San Diego, CA.

Panels

  1. Kannampallil, T.G., Patel, V.L., Vankipuram, A. (2016). Automated Monitoring of Clinical Workflows: Opportunities and Challenges, International Symposium on Human Factors and Ergonomics in Healthcare, San Diego, CA.
  2. Garcia, S., Kannampallil, T.G., Hellewell, J., Nguyen, V., & Thompson, C. (2020). Generating Synthetic Health Data to Accelerate Patient-Centered Outcomes Research (PCOR) and Health Information Technology, Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.

Book Chapters

  1. Fu, W.-T. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2009). Harnessing Web 2.0 for Context-aware Learning: The Impact of Social Tagging System on Knowledge Adaption. In N. Lambropoulos and M. Romero (Eds), Educational Social Software for Context-Aware Learning: Collaborative Methods and Human Interaction. PA: Hershey, IGI Global.
  2. Kannampallil, T. G., Franklin, A., Cohen, T. & Buchman, T.G.  (2014). Sub-optimal Patterns of Information Use: A Rational Analysis of Information Seeking Behavior in Critical Care, In Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D. & Cohen, T. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors, Springer: London, UK. (Based on [J.7]).
  3. Abraham, J. Kannampallil, T.G. & Patel, B.(2014). Bridging Gaps in Handoff Communication: A Comparative Evaluation of Information Organization Tools, In Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D. & Cohen, T. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors, Springer: London, UK. (Based on [C.18]).
  4. Kannampallil, T.G., Cohen, T., Kaufman, D.R. & Patel, V.L. (2014). Re-thinking Complexity in the Critical Care Environment, In Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D. & Cohen, T. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors, Springer: London, UK.
  5. Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D., Cohen, T. & Kannampallil, T.G. (2014). Epilogue: Paradigm Shifts in Complexity Thinking, In Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D. & Cohen, T. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors, Springer: London, UK.
  6. Vankipuram, M., Kannampallil, T. G., Li, Z. & Kahol, K.(2014). Automated Workflow Analysis and Tracking Using Radio Frequency Identification Technology, In Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D. & Cohen, T. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors, Springer: London, UK.
  7. Jones, L.K., Franklin, A., Kannampallil, T.G. &Buchman, T.G. (2014). The Effects of Structuring Clinical Rounds on Communication and Efficiency, In Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D. & Cohen, T. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Case Studies on Critical Care, Complexity and Errors, Springer: London, UK.
  8. Cohen, T. Kannampallil, T.G., Patel, V.L. Cognitive Support for Clinical Comprehension. In: Zhang, J and Walji M. F. (Eds) Better EHR: Usability, workflow and cognitive support in electronic health records. National Center for Cognitive Informatics and Decision Making in Healthcare. Houston, Texas. 2014.
  9. Walji, M.F., Franklin, A., Kannampallil, T.G., Zhang, Z., Graves, K., Li, Y., Harrington, C., Simmons, D. & Zhang, J. In: Zhang, J and Walji M.F. (Eds), Rapid Usability Assessment of Commercial EHRs, Better EHR: Usability, workflow and cognitive support in electronic health records. National Center for Cognitive Informatics and Decision Making in Healthcare. Houston, Texas. 2014.
  10. Kannampallil, T.G. &Abraham, J. (2015). Evaluation of Health Information Technology: Methods, Frameworks and Challenges, In Patel, V.L., Kannampallil, T.G. & Kaufman, D. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Human Computer Interaction, Springer: London, UK.
  11. Patel, V.L. Kannampallil, T.G. &Kaufman, D. (2015). A Multi-disciplinary Science of Human Computer Interaction in Biomedical Informatics, In Patel, V.L., Kannampallil, T.G. & Kaufman, D. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Human Computer Interaction, Springer: London, UK.
  12. Kaufman, D., Kannampallil, T.G. &Patel, V.L. (2015). Cognition and Human Computer Interaction in Health and Biomedicine, In Patel, V.L., Kannampallil, T.G. & Kaufman, D. (Eds), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Human Computer Interaction, Springer: London, UK.
  13. Kannampallil, T.G., & Patel, V.L. (2018). Cognitive Informatics and Health Behaviors: The Road Ahead.  In V.L. Patel, Arocha, J.F. & Ancker, J.A. (Eds.), Cognitive Informatics in Health and Biomedicine: Understanding and Modeling Health Behaviors. London: Springer.   
  14. Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D.R., & Kannampallil, T.G. (2019). Diagnostic Reasoning and Expertise in Healthcare. In Ward, P. Schraagen, J.M., Gore, J. & Roth, E. (Eds), The Oxford Handbook of Expertise: Research & Applications, Oxford University Press.
  15. Ma, J., Ronneberg C.R.1, Lv, N.1, Lewis, M.1, Kannampallil, T.G.1 (2020). Precision Medicine. In: Boulton, M.L. ed. Evidence-based Public Health and Preventive Medicine. 16th ed. Chicago, IL: McGraw-Hill; 2020. (1equal contributions)
  16. Patel, V.L., Kaufman, D.R., Kannampallil, T.G. (2021). Human Computer Interaction, Usability and Workflow, In: E. H. Shortliffe, J. J. Cimino (eds.), Biomedical Informatics, Springer Nature, Switzerland.

Book Reviews

  1. Daughtry, J.M. & Kannampallil, T. G. (2005).  Book Review:“Refactoring to Patterns. Joshua Kerievsky. Addison Wesley, 2004, 400pp” Journal of Object Technology, vol. 4, no. 4, May-June 2005, pp. 193-196.
  2. Kannampallil, T.G. (2011) Book Review: “Handbook of Human Factors in Medical Device Design. Matthew B. Weinger, Michael E. Wiklund, Daryle J. Gardner-Bonneau (Editors). CRC Press, New York, NY, 2010. 844 pp. ISBN-10: 0805856277”, Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 44(3), pp. 505–506.