Shriti Raj

Shriti Raj
University of Michigan | U-M · School of Information

Ph.D. Candidate - Information Science

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Publications (9)
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In-situ self-reporting is an important measurement method used for capturing daily experience data right-in-the-moment in dynamic contexts. Research has been conducted to reduce the demand placed on users for manually reporting data in context. In this regard, smartwatches offer inherent benefits for making self-reporting more convenient and facili...
Poster
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Patients with chronic conditions are seeking guidance from healthcare providers to interpret personal health data visualizations. Healthcare providers need to assess patients' ability to interpret health data visualizations to train them and to design usable data visualizations. However, existing health literacy and health numeracy scales are inade...
Preprint
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Tools for self-care of chronic conditions often do not fit the contexts in which self-care happens because the influence of context on self-care practices is unclear. We conducted a diary study with 15 adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes and their caregivers to understand how context affects self-care. We observed different contextual settings, which...
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Clinical data augmented with contextual data can help patients with chronic conditions make sense of their disease. However, existing tools do not support interpretation of multiple data streams. To better understand how individuals make sense of clinical and contextual data, we interviewed patients with Type 1 diabetes and their caregivers using c...
Article
In-situ self-reporting is a widely used data collection technique for understanding people's behavior in context. Characteristics of smartphones such as their high proliferation, close proximity to their users, and heavy use have made them a popular choice for applications that require frequent self-reporting. Newer device categories such as wearab...
Article
Creating actionable plans has been shown to be helpful in promoting physical activity. However, little rèsearch has been done on how best to support the creation and execution of plans. In this paper, we interviewed 16 participants to study the role that context plays in the formulation and execution of plans for physical activity. Our findings hig...
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Making effective use of patient-generated data (PGD) is challenging for both patients and providers. Designing systems to support collaborative and individual use of PGD is a topic of importance in CSCW, considering the limitations of informatics tools. To inform better system design, we conducted a study including focus groups, observations and in...
Conference Paper
In situ self-reporting is a widely used technique in HCI, ubiquitous computing, especially for assessment and intervention in health and wellness. Although, smartphones are widely used for self-reporting, there is an opportunity to design dedicated, unobtrusive and distributed self-reporting devices that improve the coverage of sampled experiences....
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Patient-provider communication is crucial to the quality of patient care. To avoid communication breakdowns, existing studies often aim to improve patients' health literacy or providers' interpersonal communication skills. Little has been done to look at the interaction between the two parties or the situated health practices where the communicatio...

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