- In collaboration with Gina Sequeira, Nicole Kahn, Keven Bocek, Taraneh Shafii, Peter Asante, Dimitri Christakis, Laura Richardson, had their paper “Pediatric Primary Care Providers’ Perspectives on Telehealth Platforms to Support Care for Transgender and Gender-Diverse Youths: Exploratory Qualitative Study” published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research.
- In collaboration with Anastasia Schaadhardt (iSchool PhD student), Chris Fu (iSchool PhD student), Cory Pratt, had their paper “Laughing so I Don’t Cry”: How TikTok Users Employ Humor and Compassion to Connect Around Psychiatric Hospitalization” accepted for the 2023 ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI).
- Is an invited panelist for the National Library of Medicine Workshop “Meeting the Needs of Diverse Populations Through Tailored Personal Health Informatics.”
Chris Coward, Jin Ha Lee, Rachel Moran, Anna Swan, and Julie Kientz were awarded a phase 1 $34,872 grant from the National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health for their project “Misinformation escape room: A gamified approach to building health (mis)information literacy.” This project is being undertaken in partnership with the Fred Hutch Cancer Center.
Jin Ha Lee, Elin Björling, Ryan McLean, Anna Moreno, & Kung Jin Lee had their paper “Supporting Youth Mental Health Through Co-designing a Virtual Reality Experience” accepted by The Library Quarterly.
Katie Davis’s forthcoming book, Technology’s Child, was selected by The Next Big Idea Club as a March 2023 Must-Read Book.