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  • 1. ACCIO revisitedHealthySocietyBrokerage16 april 201218/12/12 1
  • 2. Finding the common ground18/12/12 2InformationCommunicationTechnologyObservationNecessityTrainingI C TO N T
  • 3. Making it sound like magic…18/12/12 3
  • 4. And it sounded like….18/12/12 4= specification of a conceptualizationin the context of knowledge description.DiseaseTreatmentAntibioticshas_treatmentSymptomhas_symptom**Curable DiseaseDiseasehas_treatment.TreatmentIs aFeverTemp= capture what domain expert commonly understand about a domain“An ontology is a specification of a conceptualization inthe context of knowledge description.”
  • 5. So we took it step by step…18/12/12 5
  • 6. User-centered ontology co-creation18/12/12 6 6Analysis of current system& workspractices in domainOtherontologiesInitialscenarioOntology engineer(s)User researcher(s)+ +Scenarios& probing exercises
  • 7. Iterative processObservationsScenario’sCo creationworkshops7
  • 8. 2 intramural sites:Care centre for people withsevere dependenciesHospitalEmergency unitNeurology ward8Contextual Inquiry: Document analysis Observation InterdisciplinaryObservations
  • 9. Scenario’s18/12/12 9
  • 10. Co-creation workshopsMix of stakeholders:  Ontology engineers  Potential end users: nurses, doctors, …  Professional working for healthcare industry  Social scientistsDifferent types of workshops  type 1: introducing ontologies  type 2: role play  type 3: decision making  type 4: concept evaluation workshop  type 5: embodied system use workshop10
  • 11. 18/12/12 11
  • 12. Co-creation workshops18/12/12 12
  • 13. Proof of Concept  Personal Electronic Device (PED)18/12/12 13
  • 14. Proof of Concept18/12/12 14
  • 15. Where do we go from here?18/12/12 15Back to the drawing board….
  • 16. Time for interaction  Interactive demo set up on Proof of Concept  Snap shot workshop on ontology co-creation  Short testimonials  Reflect on future research topics  Reflect on reseach methodology18/12/12 16