Per Hasvold

Bio

Research and development, informatics, electronics, participatory design, sociotechnical design, mobile and wearable computers, HCI, and CSCW.

  • Master of Science in Physics, University of Tromsø, 1991
  • On leave as of 19th October 2015: mHealth Consultant , WHO Geneva, Be Healthy - Be Mobile
  • Section Manager, NST, 2013-2015
  • Researcher, NST (2010-2013)
  • Administrative Leader of Tromsø Telemedicine Laboratory (TTL) (June 2007 - 2010)
  • Leader of NyTT (New Telemedicine Services) (June 2007 - June 2008)
  • Teacher at master studies in telemedicine at University of Tromsø (2006)
  • Leader of Future Telemedicine Laboratory (2000 - 2001)
  • Employee at NST since 1995
  • Previous work experience: Akvaplan-niva AS (1993 - 1995) and TromsTech DA (1991 - 1993)


Per Hasvold

Tel: +47 924 89 113

Title: On leave until Nov 2019

Department: Personal E-health


Per's publications in Cristin

Title Year Category
Long-term cardiovascular outcome, use of resources, and healthcare costs in patients with peripheral artery disease: Results from a nationwide Swedish study 2018 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Ny teknologi gir ny pasientrolle 2015 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Video Conferencing Services in Healthcare: One Communication Platform to Support All 2015 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Assessing the impact of telestration on surgical telementoring: A Randomized Controlled Trial 2015 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Moving telementoring to the web 2014 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
The telemedicine and eHealth equation - proposal for an updated view on the Teorem of Medical Informatics 2011 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Global telemedicine services – what can be learned from telemedicine in Norway? 2011 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Risk analysis of information security in a mobile instant messaging and presence system for healthcare 2007 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
"Garbage in, garbage out": extracting disease surveillance data from epr systems in primary care 2008 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Challenges in Telemedicine and eHealth: Lessons Learned from 20 Years with Telemedicine in Tromsø 2007 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Use of telephone and SMS reminders to improve attendance at hospital appointments: a systematic review 2011 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Flexibility in interaction: Sociotechnical design of an operating room scheduler 2011 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Disrupted rhythms and mobile ICT in a surgical department 2011 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Video calls from lay bystanders to dispatch centers - risk assessment of information security 2011 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
A Framework for Mobile Services Supporting Mobile Non-office Workers 2007 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Mobile work - mobile ICT supporting secondary work [paper] 2004 FOREDRAG
The potential of digital monochrome images versus colour slides in telescreening for diabetic retinopathy 2008 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
A Large, High Resolution Tiled Display for Medical Use: Experiences from Prototyping of a Radiology Scenario 2008 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Eight Challenges for Developing Telemedicine Applications 2008 TIDSSKRIFTPUBL
Nettbasert pasientinformasjonssystem. Hovedrapport fra Elviraprosjektet 2001 RAPPORT
Mobile blood donor registration system Dodoma Regional Blood Transfusion Centre National Blood Transfusion Service Dodoma/Dar es Salaam, Tanzania 2007 RAPPORT
Eight Challenges for Developing Telemedicine Applications 2008 FOREDRAG
“Garbage In, Garbage Out”- Extracting Disease Surveillance Data from EPR Systems in Primary Care 2008 FOREDRAG
A Large, High Resolution Tiled Display for Medical Use: Experiences from Prototyping of a Radiology Scenario 2008 FOREDRAG
Context-aware systems for mobile communication in healthcare - A user oriented approach 2007 FOREDRAG
Challenges in Telemedicine and eHealth: Lessons Learned from 20 Years with Telemedicine in Tromsø 2007 FOREDRAG
Insight and Experience Gained from Clinical Telemedicine Applications 2006 FOREDRAG
Scenario 2002 1999 FOREDRAG
Fysikk + design = Rock 'n' roll 2005 FOREDRAG
Documents in medicine: from paper documents to quality-healthcare? 2007 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Challenges in Telemedicine and eHealth: Lessons Learned from 20 Years with Telemedicine in Tromsø 2007 BOKRAPPORTDEL
Context-aware systems for mobile communication in healthcare - A user oriented approach 2007 BOKRAPPORTDEL