CHI'16 Presentation
An AI system that clinicians desire to use in life-and-death situations
[CHI Best Paper] Qian Yang, Aaron Steinfeld, and John Zimmerman. 2019. Unremarkable AI: Fitting Intelligent Decision Support into Critical, Clinical Decision-Making Processes. In Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems -- CHI '19. DOI:  >> pdf >> ACM
The way clinician teams select heart implant recipients in practice and implications for AI
[Best Paper Nomination] Q. Yang, J. Zimmerman, A. Steinfeld, L. Carey, J. Antaki. 2016. Investigating the Heart Pump Implant Decision Process: Opportunities for Decision Support Tools to Help. in Proceedings of CHI'16, San Jose, the United States, Apr 2016.  >> pdf
The gaps between AI and real world complexities
Q. Yang. 2016. Bridging Machine Learning and Real-world Complexities with Interaction Design. in CHI'16 Human-centered Machine Learning Workshop, San Jose, the United States, Apr 2016. >> pdf
Messages for the healthcare audience
Q. Yang, M. Kanwar, J. Zimmerman, J. Antaki, L. Carey, “VAD Patient Selection: WhatHappens In Real-World Practice?” in Abstracts of The International Society for Heart and Lung Transplantation (ISHLT) Conference '16, Washington D.C, the United States, May 2016.
Q. Yang, “VAD Patient Selection: What Happens In Real-World Practice?” Presentation in American Heart Association (AHA) Research Fellow Day '16, Pittsburgh, the United States, Mar 2016.  >> Research Fellow day
A systematic review of the HCI issues of clinical decision support systems
Q. Yang, J. Zimmerman, A. Steinfeld. 2015. Review of Medical Decision Support Tools : Emerging Opportunity for Interaction Design. In Proceedings of IASDR'15, Brisbane, Australia, Nov 2015.  >> pdf
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