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Enrico Maria Piras

Senior researcher
  • Phone: 0461314126
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Short bio

I hold a PhD in “Information Systems and Organization” (University of Trento) and I'm a researcher at Fondazione Bruno Kessler since 2008.

My research activity focuses on health infomation managament and sharing, healthcare infrastructures, and the technology-mediated coordination of healthcare professionals and patient in telemonitoring.

I'm also a member of the university-based Research Unit on Communication, Organizational Learning and Aesthetics of the Trento University (Rucola; http://www3.unitn.it/rucola/)  and ) and adjunct professor at University of Verona where I teach "Methodology of Organizational Research" and "Sociology of Organizational Processes". 

Publications
  1. Piras E.; Zanutto A.; Eccher C.,
    Infrastructures for Healthcare: Global Healthcare Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop 2011,
    2011
    , (Third international workshop on Infrastructures for healthcare: Global Healthcare,
    Copenhagen,
    23-24 June 2011)
  2. E. M. Piras; A. Zanutto,
    Care in Practice. On Tinkering in Clinics, Homes and Farms,
    2011
    , pp. 79 -
    83
  3. E. M. Piras; A. Zanutto,
    in «COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK»,
    vol. 19,
    n. 6,
    2010
    , pp. 585 -
    613
  4. Enrico Maria Piras; Barbara Purin; Marco Stenico; Stefano Forti,
    Prototyping a Personal Health Record Taking Social and Usability Perspectives into Account,
    Electronic Healthcare,
    Berlin, Heidelberg, New York,
    Springer,
    2010
    , pp. 35 -
    42
  5. Alberto Zanutto; E. M. Piras,
    2010
    , (AIS-ELO 2010; Convegno nazionale Associazione Italiana di Sociologia Sezione Economia, Lavoro e Organizzazione,
    Firenze,
    da 07/08/2010 a 07/10/2010)
  6. E. M. Piras; C. Eccher,
    Costruire ponti di carta tra sistemi informativi. Pratiche spazializzate della gestione dell’informazione nel lavoro infermieristico,
    2010
    , (AISC2010, Settimo convegno annuale dell’Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive,
    Trento, Italia,
    da 12/02/2010 a 12/03/2010)
  7. E. M. Piras; A. Zanutto,
    Le pratiche di gestione personale dei dati sanitari tra cognizione ed emozione,
    2010
    , (AISC2010, Settimo convegno annuale dell’Associazione Italiana di Scienze Cognitive,
    Trento, Italia,
    da 12/02/2010 a 12/03/2010)
  8. B. Purin; E.M. Piras,
    Personal Health Records among institutions, medical records, and patient wisdom. A socio-technical approach,
    Springer,
    2010
    , (3rd International ICST Conference on Electronic Healthcare for the 21st century,
    Casablanca, Morocco,
    da 12/13/2010 a 12/15/2010)
  9. A. Moser; M. Clerici; B. Purin; EM. Piras; S. Forti; P. Laurino,
    TreC study: personal health record for patient empowerment,
    Many studies have demonstrated that patients involved in their health care management have better outcomes compared to those who are not involved and the Personal Health Record (PHR) seems to have great potential in improving the patient empowerment.
    In this context we would like to present a web-based PHR System called 3C (Cartella Clinica del Cittadino).
    The project, funded by the Provinci Autonoma ot Trento (north-eastern Italy with around half a million inhabitants), is developed and managed by the Bruno Kessler Foundation (FBK) and has, among its partners, the School of Vocational Training for General Practitioner (GP). The System will become a service offered by the APSS (local public health service).

    This web-based PHR is a platform of services and applications, designed around four main activities: health information management, shared care with relatives and doctors, keeping all health practitioners informed, and patient-to-patient information sharing.
    The 3C System has three main features.
    First of all it is an Electronic Health Booklet of medical reports, instrumental examinations and laboratory test results, available directly from health institutions.
    Secondly, it is a Health Diary where storing personal observations about the personal story of life and illness; patients can decide to share this information with their relatives in order to support the active participation of their families in health care process. Finally the System aims to improve relationships and communication between patients and their health care providers (GPs and specialists).
    We will report the results of the first period of test of the PHR on a sample of citizen living in Trento and on its outskirts, in order to assess its usability, acceptability and criticism.,

    2010
  10. Luciano Pontalti; Diego Conforti; Enrico Maria Piras; Stefano Forti,
    Cartella Clinica del Cittadino-TreC: uno strumento per l’empowerment,
    Monitor. rivista trimestrale dell'Agenzia Nazionale per i Servizi Sanitari Regionali,
    2010

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