Dimitra Petrakaki
Dimitra Petrakaki
Reader in Information Systems, University of Sussex
Verified email at sussex.ac.uk
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Implementation and adoption of nationwide electronic health records in secondary care in England: final qualitative results from prospective national evaluation in “early …
A Sheikh, T Cornford, N Barber, A Avery, A Takian, V Lichtner, D Petrakaki, ...
BMJ: British Medical Journal 343, 2011
Implementation and adoption of nationwide electronic health records in secondary care in England: qualitative analysis of interim results from a prospective national evaluation
A Robertson, K Cresswell, A Takian, D Petrakaki, S Crowe, T Cornford, ...
Bmj 341, c4564, 2010
Changes in healthcare professional work afforded by technology: The introduction of a national electronic patient record in an English hospital
D Petrakaki, E Klecun, T Cornford
Organization 23 (2), 206-226, 2016
Building a house on shifting sand: methodological considerations when evaluating the implementation and adoption of national electronic health record systems
A Takian, D Petrakaki, T Cornford, A Sheikh, N Barber
BMC Health Services Research 12 (1), 1-11, 2012
The possibilities of technology in shaping healthcare professionals:(Re/De-) Professionalisation of pharmacists in England
D Petrakaki, N Barber, J Waring
Social Science & Medicine 75 (2), 429-437, 2012
Defining the virtual organization
L Introna, D Petrakaki
E-commerce & v-business, 143-152, 2001
The long and winding road: An independent evaluation of the implementation and adoption of the National Health Service Care Records Service (NHS CRS) in secondary care in England
K Cresswell, M Ali, A Avery, N Barber, T Cornford, S Crowe, B Fernando, ...
Technological affordances of risk and blame: the case of the electronic prescription service in England
D Petrakaki, J Waring, N Barber
Sociology of health & illness 36 (5), 703-718, 2014
The working out of modernization in the public sector: the case of an e-government initiative in Greece
L Introna, N Hayes, D Petrakaki
International Journal of Public Administration 33 (1), 11-25, 2009
Evaluation as a Multi-Ontological Endeavour: A Case from the English National Program for IT in Healthcare
E Klecun, V Lichtner, T Cornford, D Petrakaki
Journal of the Association for Information Systems 15 (3), 147-176, 2014
Sociotechnical changing in healthcare
D Petrakaki, T Cornford, E Klecun
Studies in health technology and informatics 157, 25, 2010
Between empowerment and self-discipline: Governing patients' conduct through technological self-care
D Petrakaki, E Hilberg, J Waring
Social Science & Medicine 213, 146-153, 2018
Narrowing down accountability through performance monitoring technology
D Petrakaki, N Hayes, L Introna
Qualitative Research in Accounting & Management, 2009
‘We can only request what's in our protocol’: technology and work autonomy in healthcare
D Petrakaki, A Kornelakis
New Technology, Work and Employment 31 (3), 223-237, 2016
Hybridity as a process of technology's ‘translation’: Customizing a national Electronic Patient Record
D Petrakaki, E Klecun
Social Science & Medicine 124, 224-231, 2015
Recognizing the limits of virtual organizations
LD Introna, D Petrakaki
E-commerce and V-business, 339, 2007
Accountability in the context of E-Government
D Petrakaki
Understanding E-Government in Europe: Issues and Challenges. New York (NY …, 2010
Performance monitoring and accountability through technology: E-Government in Greece
DI Petrakaki, N Hayes, LD Introna
Proceedings of the 41st Annual Hawaii International Conference on System …, 2008
The role of technology in shaping the professional future of community pharmacists: the case of the electronic prescription service in the English National Health Service
D Petrakaki, T Cornford, R Hibberd, V Lichtner, N Barber
Researching the future in information systems, 179-195, 2011
Mapping stakeholders for system evaluation-the case of the Electronic Prescription Service in England
V Lichtner, D Petrakaki, R Hibberd, W Venters, A Cornford, N Barber
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