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I am an assistant professor in the College of Computing and Informatics (the School) at Drexel University. My current research uses human factors engineering methods and socio-technical systems theory to study the impact of health information technology on clinical workflow and the usability of technology in underserved populations. In addition, my experience with ethnographic observations used to identify workflow patterns in medication administration and wrong-site surgery prevention and in the utilization of web based information by patients with diabetes guides the implementation of methods for collecting information needs from patients and clinicians.

I am affiliated with the Drexel University Institute for Healthcare Informatics - an initiative based at the iSchool at Drexel (College of Computing and Informatics), the College of Nursing and Health Professions (CNHP), the School of Public Health (SPH) and the College of Medicine (DUCoM). A native New Yorker and graduate of Brooklyn Technical High School, I spent my undergraduate years at Spelman College and Georgia Institute of Technology (electrical engineering) as part of the Dual Degree Engineering program in the Atlanta University Center. I earned my Masters and PhD in industrial engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where my concentration was in socio-technical systems (i.e., human factors and ergonomics).

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Jan 24 – Feb 14 
Information & Communication technology (ICT) use for healthcare in Uganda. CCI Researchers Team Up with Rotary Partners to Provide Maternal and Child Health Care Education in Uganda. This month, Drexel University College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) assistant professors Deborah Turner and Michelle Rogers traveled to Kampala, Uganda to join a vocational training team (VTT) of Uganda’s Rotary Club of Kampala North as part of the Maternal and Child Health Care Education Project.

November 16 
Judge in the undergraduate poster competition at the 16th Annual Philadelphia Alliance for Minority Participation (AMP) Research Symposium and Mentoring Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

November 14 
Presentation to be made at the “Big Data: How it is Used by Organizations” at the Joint Meeting of the SLA Philadelphia and Princeton-Trenton Chapters.

  • Details:
  • Time: 5 pm – 9 pm
  • Location: Bucks County Community College, Newtown Campus – Tyler Hall Room 142

October 9, 2013
Brooklyn Technical High School Career Day
29 Fort Greene Place, Brooklyn NY

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Michelle L Rogers