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2012 4th International Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care (SEHC), June 4–5, 2012, Zurich, Switzerland

SEHC 2012 – Proceedings

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4th International Workshop on Software Engineering in Health Care (SEHC)


Title Page

Medical Workflows and Processes

A Timed Model for Healthcare Workflows Based on CSP
Johannes Faber
(United Nations University, China)
A Case Study in Interoperable Support for Collaborative Community Healthcare
Liam Peyton, Craig E. Kuziemsky, and Dishant Langayan
(University of Ottawa, Canada)
What Is a Care Pathway?
Justin Keen
(University of Leeds, UK)

Architectures for Leveraging Integrated Medical Systems

Cancer Treatment Planning: Formal Methods to the Rescue
Janos Mathe, Janos Sztipanovits, Mia Levy, Ethan K. Jackson, and Wolfram Schulte
(Vanderbilt University, USA; Microsoft Research, USA)
Requirements Specification for Apps in Medical Application Platforms
Brian Larson, John Hatcliff, Samuel Procter, and Patrice Chalin
(Kansas State University, USA)
Variabilities as First-Class Elements in Product Line Architectures of Homecare Systems
Sergio T. Carvalho, Leonardo Murta, and Orlando Loques
(Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil; Universidade Federal de Goiás, Brazil)

Engineering Safety Critical Medical Systems

Certification and Regulatory Challenges in Medical Device Software Development
Nadica Hrgarek
(MED-EL Medical Electronics, Austria)

Health Information Technology

Introducing Safety Cases for Health IT
George Despotou, Tim Kelly, Sean White, and Mark Ryan
(University of York, UK; National Health Service, UK; Rotheram NHS Foundation Trust, UK)
Engineering the Healthcare Collaboration Space
Craig E. Kuziemsky, Jens Weber-Jahnke, and James Williams
(University of Ottawa, Canada; University of Victoria, Canada)
Creating Healthcare Training Simulations in Virtual Worlds
David Chodos, Lucio Gutierrez, and Eleni Stroulia
(University of Alberta, Canada)

Devices and Applications

A Multi-touch Approach to Control MRI Scans: A User-Centered Study Report
Tulio de Souza Alcantara, Pierre Bastianelli, Jennifer Ferreira, and Frank Maurer
(University of Calgary, Canada)
From a Traditional Behavioral Management Program to an M-Health App: Lessons Learned in Developing M-Health Apps for Existing Health Care Programs
Qing Zhu, Chang Liu, and Kenneth A. Holroyd
(Ohio University, USA)

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