Refereed Papers and Book Chapters

*Student Author

  1. Marquard, J., Jo, J.*, Henneman, P., Fisher, D., & Henneman, B. (2012). Can visualizations complement our choices of quantitative process analysis measures? A case study of nurses identifying patients before administering medications. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, accepted.
  2. Radhakrishnan, K.*, Jacelon, C., Bigelow, C., Roche, J., & Marquard, J. (2012). Use of a homecare electronic health record (EHR) to find associations between patient characteristics and hospitalizations for heart failure patients using telehealth services. Journal of Telehealth and Telecare, accepted.
  3. Mertens, W., Christov, S.*, Avrunin, G., Clarke, L., Osterweil, L., Cassels, L., & Marquard, J. (2012). Using process elicitation and validation to understand and improve chemotherapy ordering and delivery. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, accepted.
  4. Henneman, P., Marquard, J., Fisher, D., Bleil, J.*, Walsh, B.*, Henneman, J.*, Blank, F., Higgins, A.M., Nathanson, B., & Henneman, E. (2012). Barcode Verification: Reducing But Not Eliminating Medication Errors. Journal of Nursing Administration, accepted.
  5. Lopez, M.*, Esparza, A.*, Lavine, M, & Marquard, J. (2012). Your textbook can’t help you here: Applying traditional methods to atypical data. Chance,accepted (educational article in collaboration with statistics graduate students)
  6. Radhakrishnan, K.*, Jacelon, C., Bigelow, C., Roche, J., Marquard, J., & Bowles, K. (2012). Association of comorbidities with home care service utilization of patients with heart failure while receiving telehealth. Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, May 10 Epub ahead of print.
  7. Marquard, J. & Zayas-Cabán, T. (2012). Commercial off-the-shelf consumer health interventions: recommendations for their design, evaluation, and redesign. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 19(1), 137-42.
  8. Zayas-Cabán, T., & Marquard, J. (2012). Using human factors to guide the design and implementation of consumer health informatics interventions. In Augusto, J.C. et al. (Eds.), The handbook of ambient assistive - technology for healthcare, rehabilitation and well-being. (ambient intelligence and smart environments). Amsterdam: IOS Press, 22-36.
  9. Marquard, J., Henneman, P., He, Z.*, Jo, J.*, Fisher, D., & Henneman, E. (2011). Nurses’ behaviors and visual scanning patterns may reduce patient identification errors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 17(3), 247-56.
  10. Marquard, J., Duffey, N.*, & Lin, Q.M.* (2011). Consumer decision-making strategies and use of hospital quality measures. Quality Management Journal, 18(4), 25-35.
  11. Mei, Y.Y.*, Marquard, J., Jacelon, C., & DeFeo, A. (2011). Designing and evaluating an electronic patient falls reporting system: perspectives for the implementation of health information technology in long-term residential care facilities. International Journal of Medical Informatics, Apr 9 Epub ahead of print.
  12. Marquard, J. & Brennan, P. F. (2009). Crying wolf: Consumers may be more willing to share medication information than policymakers expect.Journal of Healthcare Information Management, 23(2), 26-32.
  13. Marquard, J. (2009). Finding an academic home. In Pei, Z.J. (Ed.), Tips on getting an academic position. Raleigh, NC: Lulu, 28-32.
  14. Marquard, J. & Robinson, S. (2008). Reducing perceptual and cognitive challenges in making decisions with models. In Kugler, T., Smith, J.C., Connolly, T., & Son, Y.-J. (Eds.), Decision modeling and behavior in complex and uncertain environments. New York: Springer, 33-55.
  15. Ghosh, T., & Marquard, J. (2007). Development of regional health information organizations (RHIOs): knowledge networks and collaboration. International Journal of Public Policy, 2(3/4).
  16. Marquard, J., Moen, A., & Brennan, P.F. (2006). Photographic data – An untapped resource to explore complex phenomena such as health information and management in the household (HIMH). Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 122, 58-62.

     

Refereed Conference Papers

  1. He, Z.*, Marquard, J., & Henneman, P. (2011). Nurses’ visual scanning patterns during the medication administration process. Proceedings of the IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium (SIEDS'11), 12-17.
  2. Marquard, J. & Mei, Y.Y.* (2010). Using process visualizations to validate electronic form design. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 497-501.
  3. Marquard, J., Henneman, P., Pham, T.*, Campbell, M.* & Fisher, D. (2010). Using clinical simulations to inform process improvement interventions. Proceedings of the Society for Health Systems Annual Meeting.
  4. Zayas-Cabán, T, Marquard, J., Radhakrishnan, K.*, Duffey, N.* & Evernden, D.* (2009). Scenario-based user testing to guide consumer health informatics design. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 719-23.
  5. Zayas-Cabán, T. & Marquard, J. (2009). A holistic human factors evaluation framework for the design of consumer health informatics interventions. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Conference, 53(16), 1003-7.
  6. Marquard, J. & Brennan, P. F. (2009). Using decision scenarios to evaluate laypeople’s computer-mediated medication information sharing choices. Proceedings of the International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, 241-48.
  7. Marquard, J. (2009). Teaching IE students how to convey technical models and analyses to decision-makers. Proceedings of the Industrial Engineering Research Council (IERC) Annual Meeting, 212-16.
  8. Ferris, M., Brennan, P. F., Tang, L., Marquard, J., Robinson, S., & Wright, S. (2007). Creating operations research models to guide RHIO decision making. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 240-44.
  9. Marquard, J., Moen, A., & Brennan, P. F. (2006). Photographic data – an untapped resource to explore complex phenomena such as health information management in the household (HIMH). Proceedings of NI2006: Consumer-Centered Computer-Supported Care for Healthy People, 58-62.
  10. Brennan, P. F., Ferris, M., Robinson, S., Wright, S., & Marquard, J. (2005). Modeling participation in the NHII: Operations research approach. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 76-80.
  11. Zayas-Caban, T., Marquard, J., & Brennan, P. F. (2005). How do information technology choices made by an institution alter consumer participation in the health care system? Proceedings of Human Factors in Organizational Design and Management – VIII.

Refereed Conference Posters

  1. Henneman, E., Marquard, J., & Gawlinski, A. (2013). Using eye-tracking technology to examine the surveillance patterns of bedside nurses. Proceedings of the 13th International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare.
  2. Mertens, W., Christov, S.*, Avrunin, G., Clarke, L., Osterweil, L., Cassels, L., & Marquard, J. (2012). Understanding and improving chemotherapy ordering and delivery using process elicitation and validation. Proceedings of the ASCO Quality Care Symposium.
  3. Brown, P., Amster, B.*, Marquard, J., Romoser, M., & Fisher, D. (2012). Where do physicians direct their attention when reading electronic notes? Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium.
  4. Pham, A.*, Baker, E., Marquard, J., Brown, C., Palmer, R., & Whately, S.*. (2012). What are water managers thinking about climate change in the northeast? 3rd annual student-organized WSSS Interdisciplinary Water Symposium.
  5. Guo, Q.*, Jacelon, C., & Marquard, J. (2012). Information needs of terminally ill patients and their family members. Eastern Nursing Research Society Annual Meeting.
  6. Guo, Q.*, Marquard, J., & Jacelon, C. (2012). An Evolutionary Concept Analysis of Palliative Care. Eastern Nursing Research Society Annual Meeting.
  7.  Guo, Q.*, Jacelon, C., & Marquard, J. (2011). Information needs of terminally ill patients and their family members. Beta Zeta at Large Scholarship Day 2011.
  8. Whately, S.*, Steinschneider, S.*, Brown, C., Palmer, R., Marquard, J., & Baker, E. (2011). Developing a knowledge network of climate information using shared vision forecasting for the Connecticut River Basin. 8th Water Resources Conference at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
  9. Henneman, P., Marquard, J., Fisher, D., Bleil, J.*, Walsh, B.*, Henneman, J.*, Blank, F., Higgins, A.M., Nathanson, B., & Henneman, E. (2010). Bar-code scanning may reduce but not eliminate medication and patient identification errors in clinical simulation. American College of Emergency Physicians Research Forum.
  10. Marquard, J. (2009). Eliciting Design Requirements for Commercial Off-The-Shelf Consumer Health Informatics (CHI) interventions. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 953.
  11. Mei, Y.*, Marquard, J., Jacelon, C. S., & DeFeo, A. (2009). Creating a Falls Reporting System Using Commercial Off-The-Shelf Technology. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 964.
  12. Marquard, J. & Brennan, P. F. (2009). A misfit tool: Patients’ (lack of) use of a structured decision aid. Proceedings of the International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, 237-38.
  13. Marquard, J., Christov, S.*, Henneman, P., Clarke, L., Osterweil, L., Avrunin, G., Fisher, D., Henneman, E., Campbell, M.*, Pham, T.* & Lin, Q. M.* (2009). Studying rigorously defined health care processes using a formal process modeling language, clinical simulation, observation, and eye tracking. Proceedings of the International Conference on Naturalistic Decision Making, 239-40.
  14. Marquard, J. & Brennan, P. F. (2009). A failure to see the forest through the trees: Evaluating patients' use of a balanced scorecard-based decision aid. Proceedings of the Industrial Engineering Research Council Annual Meeting, Miami, FL, USA.
  15. Valdez, R. & Marquard, J. (2008). Improving informed consent in bioinformatics research: A design-for-understanding approach. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 1160.
  16. Ozkaynak, M., Marquard, J., Hsieh, Y., Brennan, P. F., & Zayas-Caban, T. (2007). Are lay people ready for health information exchange? Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 1065.
  17. Marquard, J., Brennan, P. F., Grindrod, D., & Zayas-Caban, T. (2005). Health information exchange networks: Understanding stakeholder views. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, 1044.
  18. Moen, A., & Marquard, J. (2004). What do consumers do with health information at home? Poster presentation at the Tromso Telemedicine and eHealth Conference, Tromso, Norway. (Best Poster Award)