Naja L. Holten Møller

Naja L. Holten Møller
University of Copenhagen · Department of Computer Science

PhD

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February 2015 - present
University of Copenhagen
Position
  • PostDoc Position
February 2009 - April 2013
IT University of Copenhagen
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  • PhD

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Publications (28)
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For over a quarter century, GROUP has offered a premier yet intimate and welcoming venue for agenda-setting, diverse research. Although the traditional focus of the conference is on supporting group work, it has expanded to include research from computer-supported cooperative work, sociotechnical studies, practice-centered computing, human-computer...
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The politics around data and power relations related to technologies for buildings is a new area for HCI. This paper proposes an agenda for linking new types of data to the challenge of sustainability, bringing human-centredness to a particular tool for design and engineering professionals, Building Information Modeling (BIM). BIM is the preferred...
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We propose to extend CSCW research to include the design of buildings for cooperative work and to engage in designing Human-Building Interaction supporting cooperative practices. Concretely, we design and implement an immersive Cooperative Work Environment in Virtual Reality using real-life 3D architectural models of a hospital. We then invite heal...
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Studies of algorithmic decision-making in Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) and related fields of research increasingly recognize an analogy between AI and bureaucracies. We elaborate this link with an empirical study of AI in the context of decision-making in a street-level bureaucracy: job placement. The study examines caseworkers' persp...
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Calls for responsible design in algorithmic decision-support systems , especially those used in public services, are increasingly common. While an algorithmic system might promise greater precision and eciency in domains such as critical care, the same eciency is dicult to replicate in the public service domain, where casework-ers must exercise dis...
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This paper empirically investigates a Common Information Space (CIS) established by medical secretaries so they could support each other during their workplace’s transition to a new comprehensive electronic health record, called the Healthcare Platform (HP). With the new system, the secretaries were expected to become partially obsolete, as doctors...
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Many people are involved in making large-scale data, and only some of these tasks are getting attention from researchers or recognition by managers re-organizing the data-driven workplace. New occupations like ‘data analyst’ and ‘data scientist’ have emerged in recent years, but much of the work that makes data analysis, interpretation and responsi...
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Each day the public administration makes thousands of decisions with consequences for the welfare of its citizens. An increasing number of such decisions are supported or made by algorithmic decision making (ADM) systems, yet there is a widespread concern that these algorithms create a 'black box' of embedded bias, lack of human discretion, transpa...
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It is our pleasure to welcome you to the first PACMHCI GROUP issue. For over 25 years, the GROUP research community has supported the development of robust scholarship at the intersection of Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Human Computer Interaction, Computer Supported Collaborative Learning and Socio-Technical Studies. This volume is the late...
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This study examines caseworkers' and citizens' interactions when assembling resource development applications for citizens with serious health and personal issues. As with other types of welfare schemes, the application serves as a mechanism of both support and control. From our study, we illustrate how an increased reliance on data is transforming...
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Individuals increasingly use mobile, wearable, and ubiquitous devices capable of unobtrusive collection of vast amounts of scientifically rich personal data over long periods (months to years), and in the context of their daily life. However, numerous human and technological factors challenge longitudinal data collection, often limiting research st...
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With the wide adoption of information infrastructures in healthcare (IIH), citizens and healthcare professionals now carry out intensive "data work' as part of their healthcare and self-management practices. For example, citizens use mobile apps to track personal health data for both formal and informal usages, clinicians rely on electronic health...
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Community + Culture features practitioner perspectives on designing technologies for and with communities. We highlight compelling projects and provocative points of view that speak to both community technology practice and the interaction design field as a whole. --- Christopher A. Le Dantec, Editor
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The excitement around computing technology in all aspects of life requires that we tackle fundamental issues of healthcare, leisure, labor, education, and food to create the society we want. The aim of this satellite event was to bring together a variety of different stakeholders, ranging from local food producers, chefs, designers, engineers, data...
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This paper examines how mobile technology impacts employee accountability in the blue-collar data-driven workplace. We conducted an observation-based qualitative study of how electricians in an electrical company interact with data related to their work accountability, which comprises the information employees feel is reasonable to share and docume...
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Inclusion in computer science education and profession is a debated topic in recent feminist HCI literature. To enable inclusion in computer science, we must find new ways to create opportunities for broadening the narrative of computing embracing diversity. In this paper, we present GRACE, an interactive installation, which combines history, craft...
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Introducing data tracking of patients, doctors, medicine, or medical equipment holds promise to optimize workflows within hospitals. However, placing tracking devices and collecting data does not automatically translate into new workflows; instead, it requires careful considerations, knowledge about the activities tracked, and technical knowledge....
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The medical record is being redefined not only by medical practice but also by other practices. One example is the introduction of medical records as reliable or trustworthy components of public welfare. The paper reports on an ethnographic study of ICT in public welfare. The issue of ethics in relation to ICT becomes pertinent when medical documen...
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We analyze the cooperative work involved in creating the architectural design of a hospital based upon digital technologies of the future, before we know whether future digital technologies will be mature and reliable enough for use. The entire process, from initial architectural design until opening of the hospital for patients, takes approximatel...
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Continuity of care is a central topic for healthcare practice and is closely related to issues of collaboration. Thus, studying continuity of care from a CSCW perspective can help us understand what makes continuity of care in practice. In this paper, we show how collaborative technologies are appropriated differently in two cases, one in Denmark a...
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Diagnostic work is often defined by the skill of clinicians whereas the contributions of non-clinicians, for example secretaries, tend to fade into the background. The secretaries are deeply involved in diagnostic work through the eligible administration of patients in the collaborative electronic information systems. This study explores the secret...
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In the last couple of years, widespread use of standardized cancer pathways has been seen across a range of countries, including Denmark, to improve prognosis of cancer patients. In Denmark, standardized cancer pathways take the form of guidelines prescribing well-defined sequences where steps are planned and pre-booked in order to manage patient t...
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Coordination is central in CSCW systems design, where it is often considered as a process of bringing artifacts and activities together and making them part of a larger system. In this paper, we argue that existing conceptualizations of coordination in CSCW can be successfully extended with the notion of coordination by avoidance. We introduce this...
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Cancer patient pathways are well-defined sequences, where steps are planned and pre-booked in order to manage patient trajectories of diagnostics and treatment. This paper investigates the process of initiating a standardized cancer pathway. It is argued that while this process from the outside may appear as a straightforward individual activity, i...

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PhD research conducted in relation to getting a deeper understanding of practices around the collaboration, collation and translation of patient data in diagnostic practice - and how these data travels across context.
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Interdisciplinary research project focusing on getting a deeper conceptual understanding of computational (and conventional) artefacts and how they are made effective through, e.g. representations of data across Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC).