My main interest is in the application of Health Information Technology, and designing work systems that will improve quality and safety in healthcare.
My aim is to develop my academic study and applied research to find solutions to make health services more effective and efficient.
I am a member of the DOME research consortium for research on the Journalen, in Sweden.
I am a member of the Editorial Board of the International Journal of Medical Informatics (Elsevier) and I am an Associate Editor to the Journal of Behaviour and Information Technology (Taylor & Francis).
Specialties: Health service research, CSCW, HCI, Health IT, IT implementation, clinical laboratory service development, (cell pathology) diagnostic work, team leader, lecturer and tutor. I have a wide range of experience that includes technology implementation, working with HL7, SNOMED, and LOINC standards and coding systems and also with ISO quality work systems. I have particular experience in implementation of ISO 15189.
Central Hospital, Karlstad
School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin
School of Education, Trinity College Dublin
St. James's Hospital, Dublin
PhD in Computer Science, (2008) Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
MSc Health Informatics (2003)
MSc Management (Organisation Behaviour) (1987)
Fellow of the Inst of Biomedical Sciences (1982)
Other qualifications include:
Cytotechnologist Member of the International Academy of Cytology (CMIAC) and Chartered Scientist (CSci) of The Science Council, London.
Kane, B. T. (2008). An analysis of the dynamics of multidisciplinary medical team meeting and the use of communication technology. (PhD), University of Dublin, Trinity College, Dublin.
Kane, B., Toussaint, P. J., & Luz, S. (2013). Shared Decision Making Needs a Communication Record. Paper presented at the Computer Support for Cooperative Work (CSCW), San Antonio, Texas.