Prof. Dr. R.A. Bal (Roland)

Current facets (Pre-Master)

Selected scientific publications by Roland Bal

Adams, Sam, and Roland Bal. 2009. Practicing Reliability: Reconstructing Traditional Boundaries in the Gray Areas of Health Information Review on the Web. Science, Technology & Human Values 34 (1):34-54.

Pirnejad, Habib, Heleen van der Sijs, Marc Berg, and Roland Bal. 2009. Evaluation of the impact of a CPOE system on nurse-physician communication: a mixed method study. Methods of Information in Medicine in press.

de Bont, Antoinette, and Roland Bal. 2008. Telemedicine in interdisciplinary work practices: On an IT system  that met the criteria for success set out by its sponsors, yet failed to become part of every-day clinical routines. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision-making 8 (47).

Pirnejad, Habib, Roland Bal, and Marc Berg. 2008. Building an inter-organizational communication network and challenges for preserving interoperability. International Journal of Medical Informatics 77 (12):818-827.

H. Pirnejad, Z. Niazkhani, M. Berg, R. Bal. 2008. Intra-organizational communication in healthcare. Considerations for standardization and ICT application. Methods of Information in Medicine 47 (4):336-345.

Pirnejad, Habib, Zahra Niazkhani, Heleen van der Sijs, Marc Berg, and Roland Bal. 2008. Impact of a CPOE system on nurse-physician communication and collaboration in medication work. International Journal of Medical Informatics 77 (11):735-744.

Roland Bal & Femke Mastboom (2007) Engaging with technologies inpractice: traveling the North-west passage. Science as Culture 16: in press.

Habib Pirnejad, Roland Bal, Arjen Stoop & Marc Berg (2007)Inter-organizational communication networks in healthcare: centralized versus decentralized approaches. International Journal for Integrated Care, vol. 7 (May 16).

Roland Bal, Femke Mastboom, Han Paul Spiers & Harm Rutten (2007) Theproduct and process of referral: optimizing GP-specialist specialistinteraction through ICT. International Journal for Medical Informatics,76, Supplement 1: S28-S34