Habibollah Pirnejad is a
Medical Doctor, specialized in the field of Health/Medical Informatics. He
completed his Master degree in International Master of Health
Information Management program at Erasmus MC, during which he acquinted
with many IT projects and IT initiatives in the Netherlands, Sweden, Spain,
and the UK.
In 2008, he got his PhD dgree from Erasmus University MC (in the filed of Medical Informatics) and curently works as a Postdoctoral research fellow at iBMG department, Erasmus MC.
He has been reviewer of different journals in the field of Medical Informatics. As of January 2009, he has been appointed as a
member of Studental Editorial Board of journal of Methods of Information in Medicine.
- IT mediated Inter-professional communication in healthcare
- Workflow concerns in IT design and IT implementation in healthcare
- IT implementation and IT evaluation in healthcare settings
- Quality improvment and patient safety especially through applying information systems
- M.D thesis:The
prevalence of intestinal parasitic infestation among junior high school
pupils in deprived eras of Urmia city, and its relation to their knowledge about the
intestinal parasites. Urmia Medical Sciences University, 1999.
- Master thesis:Inter-organizational
communication in the Dutch healthcare system. Erasmus University MC,
- PhD thesis:Communication in healthcare: Opportunities for information
technology and concerns for patient safety. Erasmus University MC, 2008.
- Pirnejad H, GAO C, Reddingius R, Rijneveld A, Bal R. Improving the efficiency of outpatient chemotherapy process by information technology. Submitted.
- Pirnejad H, Bal R, Shahsavar N. The nature of unintended effects of information technology concerning patient safety: a systematic review with thematic synthesis. Submitted.
- Niazkhani Z, Pirnejad H, Van der Sijs H, Aarts J. Evaluating the Medication Process in the Context of CPOE Use: The Significance of Working around the System. Submitted.
- Niazkhani Z, Pirnejad H, De Bont A, Aarts J. CPOE in Non-surgical versus Surgical Specialties: A Qualitative Comparison of Clinical Contexts in the Medication Process. Accepted for "The Open Medical Informatics Journal".
- Niazkhani Z, Pirnejad H, Van der Sijs H, De Bont A, Aarts J. Computerized Physician Order Entry System - Does it Support the Inter-Professional Medication Process? Lessons from a Dutch
Academic Hospital. Method Inf Med. 2009(48):doi: 10.3414/ME0631.
- Pirnejad H, Bal R, Stoop AP, Berg M. Inter-organisational communication networks in
healthcare: centralised versus decentralised approaches. Int J Integr Care. 2007;7:e14.
- Computerization of Healthcare Communication: On applying information technology to improve healthcare communication and concerns for patient safety
- Bridging information gaps between primary and secondary healthcare; oral
presention at "MIE 2006", Maastricht-The Netherlands
- The role of ICT in
intra-organizational communication in healthcare; oral presention at
"EACH conference", Basel-Switzerland, 2006
- Evaluating inter-professional work support by a computerized physician order entry
system; Oral presentation at "MIE 2008", Goteborg-Sweden, 2008
- Role of IT in Medical errors; oral presentation at "Infrastructures for Health Care – Connecting practices across institutional and professional boundaries", Copenhagen-Denmark, 2009