This is a collection of publications on the HISP project and the DHIS 2 software.
- Nielsen, P. and Davison, R. (2020). Predatory journals: A sign of an unhealthy publish or perish game? Information Systems Journal.
- Kanjo, E., Hara, J., and Kaasbøll, J. (2020). Digital Empowerment for Health Workers and Implications on EMRs Utilisation. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa. 6:2. 74-83.
- Adu-Gyamfi, E., Nielsen, P. and Sæbø, J. (2019). The Dynamics of a Global Health Information Systems Research and Implementation Project. Proceedings of the 17th Scandinavian Conference on Health Informatics, 12 -13 Nov 2019, Oslo Norway. 73-79.
Sahay, S., Nielsen, P. and Aanestad, M. (2019). Institutionalizing Information Systems for Universal Health Coverage in Primary Health Care and the Need for New Forms of Institutional Work. Communications of the Association for Information Systems. Preprint
Nielsen, P. and Sahay, S. (2019). Critically Studying Openness: A way forward. Information Systems Journal
Li, M. and Nielsen, P. (2019). Making Usable Generic Software. A Matter of Global or Local Design?, Scandinavian Conference on Information Systems (SCIS). Researchgate
Nicholson, B., Nielsen, P., Sæbø, J. and Sahay, S. (2019). Exploring Tensions of Global Public Good Platforms for Development: The Case of DHIS2. IFIP9.4 Conference. Proceedings
Bernardi, R., Sarker, S. and Sahay, S. (2019). The role of affordances in the deinstitutionalization of a dysfunctional health management information system in Kenya: An identity work perspective. MIS Quarterly. 43:4, 1177 - 1200.
Mahundi, M., Nielsen, P. and Kimaro, H. (2019). The social and technical conditions enabling innovations in information infrastructures: A case study from public health in Tanzania. African Journal of Science, Technology, Innovation and Development, 11:7, 795-805.
Sahay, S., Nielsen, P., and Aanestad, M. (2019). Institutionalizing Information Systems for Universal Health Coverage in Primary Health Care and the Need for New Forms of Institutional Work. Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 44, 62-80.
Hewapathirana, R., Sahay, S., Jayatilleke, A. U., Dissanayake, V. and Siribaddana, P. (2019). ‘Hybrid Doctors’ Can Fast Track the Evolution of a Sustainable e-Health Ecosystem in Low Resource Contexts: The Sri Lankan Experience. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 264:1356-1360.
Sahay, S. (2019). Free and open source software as global public goods? What are the distortions and how do we address them?. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.
Sahay, S., Rashidian, A., and Doctor, H. V. (2019). Challenges and opportunities of using DHIS2 to strengthen health information systems in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: A regional approach. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.
Sahay, S., Nielsen, P. and Latifov, M.A. (2018). Grand Challenges of Public Health: How can Health Information Systems Support Facing Them?, Health Policy and Technology
Sæbø, J. I., and Moyo, C. M., and Nielsen, P. (2018). Promoting Transparency and Accountability with District League Tables in Sierra Leone and Malawi Health Policy and Technology, Health Policy and Technology.
Msiska, B. and Nielsen, P. (2017). Innovation in the fringes of software ecosystems: the role of socio-technical generativity, Information Technology for Development, Published online: 21 Nov 2017, pp. 1-24. Open Access.
Roland, L. K., Sanner, T., Sæbø, J. I., & Monteiro, E. (2017). P for Platform. Architectures of large-scale participatory design. Scandinavian Journal of Information Systems, 29(2).
- Sahay, S., and Walsham, G. (2017). Information Technology, Innovation and Human Development: Hospital Information Systems in an Indian State. Journal of Human Development and Capabilities
Nielsen, P., and Sæbø, J. I. (2016). Three Strategies for Functional Architecting: Cases from the Health Systems of Developing Countries. Information Technology for development
- Sahay, S. (2016). Are we Building a Better World with ICTs? Empirically Examining this Question in the Domain of Public Health in India . Information Technology for Development
- Chawani, M. S., Kaasbøll, J. (2014) Stakeholder Participation in the development of an Electronic Medical Record system in Malawi, Participatory Design Conference.
- Sanner, T. A., Manda, T. D., and Nielsen, O. (2014). Grafting: Balancing Control and Cultivation in Information Infrastrcuture Innovation. Journal of the AIS. 15(4)
- Sanner, T. A. and Sæbø, J. I. Paying Per Diems for ICT4D Project Participation: A Sustainability Challenge. Information Technologies and International Development. 10(2)
- Sahay, S., Sæbø, J., and Latifov, M. (2013). Scaling of HIS in Global Setting: Same, same, but different. Information and Organization
- Latifov, M. and Sahay, S. (2013). Challenges in Moving to "Health Information for Action": An Infrastructural Perspective From a Case Study in Tajikistan. Information Technology for Development
- Asangansi, I. (2012). Understanding HMIS Implementation in a Developing Country Ministry of Health Context - an Institutional Logics Perspective. Online Journal of Public Health Informatics. 4(3)
- Braa, J., Heywood, A. and Sahay, S. (2012). Improving quality and use of data through data-use workshops: Zanzibar, United Republic of Tanzania. Bulletin of the World Health Organization. 90(5). pp 379-384
- Braa, J. and Sahay, S. (2012). Health Information Systems Programme: Participatory Design Within the HISP network. In Routledge Handbook of Participatory Design. Jesper Simonsen and Toni Robertson (eds.)
- Damtew, Z., Moges, A. and Kaasbøll, J. (2012). Revisiting the Quality of Health Extension Workers’ Training: Case study from Amhara Region, Ethiopia. Ethiopian Journal of Health Development. 25(3) pp. 201-205
- Kanjo, C. (2012). Strengthening the Link between Traditional and Modern Practices for improving Data Quality in Health information systems: The Case of Malawi. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. 53(2). pp. 1-17
- Lagebo, B. (2011) Factors Impacting the Use of Videoconferencing for Training: A Case Study in the Public Health Sector of Ethiopia. The African Journal of Information Systems. 3(2)
- Sanner, T, Roland L. and Braa, K (2012). From pilot to scale: Towards and mHealth typology for low-resource contexts. Health Policy and Technology. 1(1). pp. 155-164
Chawani, M.S. and Ngoma, C. (2011). Use of Mobile Technology to support Provision of Community-based Maternal and Neonatal Care in Developing Countries. Proceeding of the International Conference on Health Informatics, Rome, Italy
Chawani, S.M., Mwakilama, S., Kanjo, C. and Kaasbøll, J. (2011). A scrutiny of the integration status and standardization process of Electronic Medical Record Systems in Malawi. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, Kathamandu, Nepal
- Damtew, Z. and Kaasbøll, J. (2011). Target Setting Procedures for Immunisation Services in Ethiopia: Discrepancies between Plans and Reality. Journal of Health Management. (13)1. pp. 39-58
- Kanjo, C. (2011). Pragmatism or Policy: Implications on Health Information Systems Success. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. 48(1). pp. 1-20
- Sæbø, J., Kossi, E., Titlestad, O., Tohouri, R. and Braa, J. (2011). Comparing strategies to integrate health information systems following a data warehouse approach in four countries. Information Technology for Development. 17(1) pp. 42-60
- Sheikh, Y and Braa, K. Mobilising local networks of implementers to address health information systems sustainability. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries. 48(6). pp. 1-21