Conducting Research at the Intersection of Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) and Health, University of California, Irvine
Date(s): Virtual date TBD; In-person May 12, 2024
Location: Virtual; Honolulu, HI
This workshop, taking place at the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) CHI Conference, aims to bring together different stakeholders involved in HCI health research to identify needs experienced during interdisciplinary HCI and health collaborations. It has relevance to implementation researchers and practitioners who commonly incorporate digital technologies in their work. During this workshop, participants will identify existing practices and success stories for supporting team collaboration and increasing HCI capacity in health research. The aim of the workshop is for participants to leave with a toolbox of methods to tackle future team challenges, a community of peers who can strive for more effective teamwork, and feeling positioned to make the health impact they wish to see through their work.
Workshops at CHI are highly participatory and generative, and participants are selected on the basis of position paper submissions. Accepted submissions will be shared with other workshop attendees. At least one author must participate in 1) the remote workshop (date TBD, expected around last week of April) and/or 2) the in-person workshop, and must register for at least one day of the conference. The date of the remote workshop will be chosen to support the attendance of the accepted submissions for remote participation.
The priority deadline to submit position papers is February 5.
For more information, visit the workshop website.