2018

Social Computing-Driven Activism in Youth Empowerment Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities
Farnaz Irannejad Bisafar, Lina Itzel Martinez, Andrea G. Parker. 2018. Social Computing-Driven Activism in Youth Empowerment Organizations: Challenges and Opportunities. To appear in Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, New York, NY, USA. (PDF) (25.7% acceptance rate)

Family Health Promotion in Low-SES Neighborhoods: A Two-Month Study of Wearable Activity Tracking
Herman Saksono, Carmen Castaneda-Sceppa, Jessica Hoffman, Magy Seif El-Nasr, Vivien Morris, Andrea Parker. 2018. Family Health Promotion in Low-SES Neighborhoods: A Two-Month Study of Wearable Activity Tracking. To appear in Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, New York, NY, USA. (PDF) (25.7% acceptance rate)

Designing and Evaluating mHealth Interventions for Vulnerable Populations: A Systematic Review
Elizabeth Stowell, Mercedes C. Lyson, Herman Saksono, Reneé C. Wurth , Holly Jimison, Misha Pavel, Andrea G. Parker. 2018. Designing and Evaluating mHealth Interventions for Vulnerable Populations: A Systematic Review. To appear in Proceedings of the 2018 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, New York, NY, USA. (PDF) (25.7% acceptance rate) *honorable mention, best paper award*

2017

A Sociotechnical Study of a Community-based Rewards Program: Insights on Building Social, Financial and Human Capital
Farnaz Irannejad Bisafar, Aditya Ponnada, Ameneh Shamekhi, and Andrea G. Parker. 2017. A Sociotechnical Study of a Community-based Rewards Program: Insights on Building Social, Financial and Human Capital. Proc. ACM Hum.-Comput. Interact. 1, CSCW, Article 55 (December 2017), 21 pages. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1145/3134690. (PDF). (27% acceptance rate)

Reflective Informatics Through Family Storytelling: Self-discovering Physical Activity Predictors
Herman Saksono and Andrea G. Parker. 2017. Reflective Informatics Through Family Storytelling: Self-discovering Physical Activity Predictors. In Proceedings of the 35th Annual ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. (PDF). (25% acceptance rate)

A Community Health Orientation for Wellness Technology Design & Delivery
Parker, A.G., Saksono, H., Hoffman, J. and Castaneda-Sceppa, C., “A Community Health Orientation for Wellness Technology Design & Delivery,” in Ackerman, M., Prilla, M., Stary, C., Hermann, T. and Goggins, S. (eds.), Designing Healthcare That Works: A Sociotechnical Approach, Elsevier (Nov 2017).

2016

Youth Advocacy in SNAs: Challenges for Addressing Health Disparities
Irannejad Bisafar, F., Saksono, H., Baquerizo, P., Moore, D. and Parker, A.G. 2016. Youth Advocacy in SNAs: Challenges for Addressing Health Disparities. In
Proceedings of CHI 2016. (PDF). (23% acceptance rate)

Confidence & Control: Examining Adolescent Preferences for Technologies that Promote Wellness
Irannejad Bisafar, F., Parker, A.G. 2016. Confidence & Control: Examining Adolescent Preferences for Technologies that Promote Wellness
In Proceedings of the CSCW 2016. (25% acceptance rate)

2015

Spaceship Launch: Designing a Collaborative Exergame for Families
Saksono, H., Ranade, A., Kamarthi, G., Castaneda-Sceppa, C., Hoffman, J.A., Wirth, C. and Parker, A.G.. 2015. Spaceship Launch: Designing a Collaborative Exergame for Families. 
In Proceedings of the 18th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work & Social Computing, ACM (2015), 1776-1787. (PDF). (28% acceptance rate)

2014

Collectivistic health promotion tools: Accounting for the relationship between culture, food and nutrition
Parker, A.G. and Grinter, R.E. 2014. Collectivistic health promotion tools: Accounting for the relationship between culture, food and nutrition. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 72, 2 (2014), 185-206.

Reflection-through-performance: personal implications of documenting health behaviors for the collective
Parker, A.G. 2014. Reflection-through-performance: personal implications of documenting health behaviors for the collective. Personal and Ubiquitous Computing 18, 7 (2014), 1737-1752.

2008-2013

I Am What I Eat: Identity and Critical Thinking in an Online Forum for Kids
Parker, A.G., McClendon, I., Grevet, C., Ayo, V., Chung, W., Johnson, V. and Mynatt, E.D. 2013. I Am What I Eat: Identity and Critical Thinking in an Online Forum for Kids. 
Proceedings of CHI’13, 2013, 2437-2446.

Designing for health activism
Parker, A.G., “Designing for health activism,”
Interactions, 20, 2 (2013), 22-25.

Health Promotion as Activism: Building Community Capacity to Affect Social Change
Parker, A.G., Kantroo, V., Lee, H., Osornio, M., Sharma, M. and Grinter, R.E. 2012. Health Promotion as Activism: Building Community Capacity to Affect Social Change. 
Proceedings of CHI’12, 2012, 99-108. *honorable mention, best paper award*

Celebratory Health Technology
Parker, A.G., Harper, R. and Grinter, R.E.. 2011. Celebratory Health Technology. Journal of Science & Diabetes Technology 5, 2 (2011), 333-339.

Characteristics of Shared Health Reflections in a Local Community
Grimes, A., Landry, B. and Grinter, R.E. 2010. Characteristics of Shared Health Reflections in a Local Community. 
Proceedings of CSCW’10 (2010), 435-444.

Let’s play!: mobile health games for adults
Grimes, A., Kantroo, V. and Grinter, R.E. 2010. Let’s play!: mobile health games for adults.
Proceedings of Ubicomp’10, 2010, 241-250.

Sharing Personal Reflections on Health Locally
Grimes, A. 2010. Sharing Personal Reflections on Health Locally. 
Shared Encounters, Springer, 2010, 255-268.

Is wellness informatics a field of human-centered health informatics?
Grinter, R.E., Siek, K.A. and Grimes, A., “Is wellness informatics a field of human-centered health informatics?,” Interactions 17, 1 (2010), 76-79.

Toward technologies that support family reflections on health
Grimes, A., Tan, D. and Morris, D. 2009. Toward technologies that support family reflections on health. 
Proceedings of GROUP’09, ACM, 2009, 311-320.

Celebratory Technology: New Directions for Food Research in HCI
Grimes, A. and Harper, R. 2008. Celebratory Technology: New Directions for Food Research in HCI. 
Proceedings of CHI’08 (2008), 467-476. *honorable mention, best paper award*

Life scheduling to support multiple social roles
Grimes, A. and Brush, A.J. 2008. Life scheduling to support multiple social roles. 
Proceedings of CHI’08, ACM, 2008, 821-824.

EatWell: Sharing nutrition-related memories in a low-income community
Grimes, A., Bednar, M., Bolter, J.D. and Grinter, R.E. 2008. EatWell: Sharing nutrition-related memories in a low-income community. 
Proceedings of CSCW’08, ACM (2008), 87-96. *honorable mention, best paper award*


Posters and Workshop Papers

herman saksono - storytelling poster - harvardSaksono, H., Parker, A.G. 2016. Storytelling as a Platform for Health Sensor Data Reflection & Physical Activity Promotion in a Family Setting. Poster presented at the Forum on Population Health Equity. Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (2016).

 

 

WISH PosterStowell, E., Lyson, M., Wurth, R., Saksono, H., Jimison, H., Pavel, M., Parker, A.G. 2015. mHealth Research in Vulnerable Populations: A Systematic Review. Poster presented at the Workshop on Interactive Systems in Healthcare (WISH), CHI 2016.

 

 

APHA 2014 posterRanade, A., Saksono, H., Parker, A., Hoffman, J., Kamarthi, G., Wirth, C., Castaneda-Sceppa, C. 2014. Spaceship Launch: A community-driven technology intervention promoting physical activity in a low-income neighborhood. Poster presented at the 142nd APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition, APHA (2014).

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