Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen

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Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen is a PhD candidate at the Norwegian centre for e-health research. He is working on health ICT development, implementation and evaluation, with a focus on large-scale information systems and platform architecture. Kristian has worked at the Norwegian centre for e-health research since 2016, previously as an advisor and project manager.

Kristian has a background in nursing, with clinical experience for surgery and intensive care. In 2015 he submitted a MsC in Telemedicine and e-health at the University of Tromsø. He has previously worked with e-health and ICT procurements in the specialist health service.

Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen

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Title: PhD Candidate

Department: Patient Pathways


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Kristian's projects

Project title Year Theme Project management
Architecturally practices and possibilities for clinical decision 2016 - 2017 Patient pathways
Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen
Transition to ontology based terminologies 2016 - 2017 Patient pathways
Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen
Terminology and Coding Systems 2016 - 2016 Patient pathways
Per Atle Bakkevoll
DigiValue – Digitally supported ValueCreating Person-centered, Integrated and proactive health services 2016 - 2017 Patient pathways
Gunn Hilde Rotvold
Zero point measurement related to «One Citizen-One Record» 2017 - 2017 Patient pathways
Gunn Hilde Rotvold
Strukturert journal 2017 - 2018 Patient pathways
Health data
Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen
Spørreundersøkelse knyttet til EPJ 2017 - 2018 Patient pathways
Services for health professionals
Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen
Cross-organizational EPR solutions 2018 - 2018 Services for health professionals
Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen
Collaboration and exchange of information - Mapping of GPs time use and routines 2018 - 2018 Patient pathways
Omid Saadatfard
The impact of clinical management on implementation of a structured Electronic Health Record 2019 - 2022 Patient pathways
Health data
Services for health professionals
Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen
Implementing Cross-enterprise EHRs: evaluation of platform approaches 2020 - 2023 Services for health professionals
Asbjørn Johansen Fagerlund

Kristian's publications in Cristin

Title Year Category
Towards a National Clinical Decision Support Framework for Norway: Expert Assessment and Proposed Architecture 2020 Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
Store IT-prosjekter må ha med forskning fra A til Å 2020 Feature article
Open or Closed: Investigating two different EHR platform approaches 2019 Academic lecture
The role of clinical leadership in the implementation of large-scale Electronic Health Records in hospitals 2019 Academic article
Efforts on using standards for defining the structuring of electronic health record data: A scoping review 2019 Academic literature review
The role of clinical leadership in the implementation of large-scale Electronic Health Records in hospitals 2019 Academic lecture
Open or Closed: A project proposal for investigating two different EHR platform approaches 2019 Article in business/trade/industry journal
The Evidence Base for an Ideal Care Pathway for Frail Multimorbid Elderly: Combined Scoping and Systematic Intervention Review 2019 Academic literature review
EPJ-bruk hos klinikere: erfaringer fra nasjonal spørreundersøkelse 2019 Report
Samhandling og informasjonsutveksling - Beskrivelse av tidsbruk og arbeidsoppgaver blant fastleger 2018 Report
Ontologibasert terminologi og standardisert informasjonsmodell for semantisk interoperabilitet og beslutningsstøtte 2017 Poster
Mulighetsvindu for bruk av ontologibaserte terminologier i EIEJ og Helseplattformen 2017 Poster
Effektmål for implementeringen av Helseplattformen, en pre-post studie 2017 Poster
Ontology-based Terminology for Healthcare – Impact assessment and transitional consequences for implementation 2017 Report
Klinisk beslutningsstøtte - Vurdering av standard og arkitektur 2017 Report
Drivere og trender i e-helsefeltet - Analyse og kunnskapsformidling 2017 Report
IKT-støtte for kodeverk og terminologi 2017 Report
Forskningsprotokoll -VerDig Verdiskapende Digitale Samhandlingsløsninger for Pasientens helsetjeneste 2016 Report

Kristian's project reports

Report no. Title Author(s)
2019 01 EPJ-bruk hos klinikere: erfaringer fra nasjonal spørreundersøkelse Alexandra Makhlysheva, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Anne Torill Nordsletta
2017 04 Drivere og trender i e-helsefeltet Gunn Hilde Rotvold, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Inger Marie Holm
2018 05 Samhandling og informasjonsutveksling Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Line Silsand, Gunn Hilde Rotvold, Gro-Hilde Severinsen, Anne Granstrøm Ekeland, Eli Kristiansen, Trine Strand Bergmo, Rune Pedersen, Inger Marie Holm, Halgeir Holthe
2017 08 Ontology-based terminologies for healthcare Luis Marco Ruiz, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Rune Pedersen, Alexandra Makhlysheva, Per Atle Bakkevoll
2017 07 Klinisk beslutningsstøtte - Vurdering av standard og arkitektur Alexandra Makhlysheva, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Luis Marco Ruiz, Per Atle Bakkevoll, Rune Pedersen
2017 03 IKT-støtte for kodeverk og terminologi Per Atle Bakkevoll, Rune Pedersen, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Johan Gustav Bellika, Terje Solvoll
2016 09 Forskningsprotokoll –VerDig Gro Berntsen, Gunn Hilde Rotvold, Rune Pedersen, Johan Gustav Bellika, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Strisland F, Reitan J, Røhne M, Fensli R, Normann T.

Kristian's posters

Poster no. Title Author(s) Size
2017 10 Mulighetsvindu for bruk av ontologibaserte terminologier i EIEJ og Helseplattformen Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Rune Pedersen, Johan Gustav Bellika, Luis Marco Ruiz, Per Atle Bakkevoll A0
2017 09 Effektmål for implementeringen av Helseplattformen, en pre-post studie Rune Pedersen, Anne Granstrøm Ekeland, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, Gunn Hilde Rotvold, Eli Kristiansen, Johan Gustav Bellika A0

Kristian's presentations

Date Title Event Author(s)
2017.05.11 Beyond Clinical Decision Support: Enabling Process Management in Healthcare Søkekonferansen Rune Pedersen, Luis Marco Ruiz, Johan Gustav Bellika, Kristian Malm-Nicolaisen, et al.