Klas Karlgren's ongoing research: Medical interaction design studio (MINT)
MINT - the Medical Interaction Design Studio - has a common interest in both analyzing interactions and work practices in medicine and healthcare as well as designing technology to support these. The research can be described as 'design science research' and has a particular focus on technologies that can be used to support or analyze learning.
Our work can often be labeled as belonging to disciplines and topics such as interaction design, human-machine interaction, medical education, medical informatics, computer-supported collaborative learning, simulation training, debriefing, technology-enhanced learning, e-learning, mobile learning, learning analytics, contextual activity sampling, life-logging, interprofessional learning, team-training, critical care, collaborative knowledge-creation.
Through MINT, Karolinska Institutet is a partner of the European project Promoting Knowledge Work Practices in Education (KNORK). In the project, KI is the leader of the project's research on developing collaborative knowledge work practices and technology in education.
Klas Karlgren is a Ph.D. in human-machine interaction 2003 and Ph.L. in computer and systems sciences 1998 and has been a researcher in the field of medical education at LIME since 2004.
Members and those closely associated
Anna Augustsén, M.D., Fredrik Larsson, M.D., Anders Dahlström, M.D., med.lic.: Simulation training of interprofessional teamwork in critical care with a special focus on videoassisted debriefing
Anne Lee Solevåg, M.D., masters in medical education: Studies of enabling and hindering factors when implementing an interprofessional educational program fostering assessment and communication for preventing emergencies at a pediatric department
Anne Mette Kristiansen, R.N., masters in medical education: Available debriefing models and their success after in-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation
Elnta Meragia, masters in medical informatics: Promoting knowledge work practices in health informatics education
Eleni Siouta, Ph.D. student: Communication Patterns in Consultations between Patients with Atrial Fibrillation and Health Professionals
Fredrik Larsson, M.D., resident physician, pediatrics
Hanna Lachmann, Ph.D.: Contextual activity sampling - a method to develop clinical interprofessional education
Maaret Castrén, prof. of emergency medicine and masters in medical education: The effect of interprofessional education on development of clinical reasoning
Dr William Dooley, Obstetrics and Gynaecology Specialist Trainee at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and a masters in medical education: "A structured and evidence based model for teaching ultrasound skills to UK obstetrics and gynaecology trainees"