Research

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Kathleen H. Pine and Melissa Mazmanian. (2017). Artful and contorted coordinating: The ramifications of imposing formal logics of task jurisdiction on situated practiceAcademy of Management Journal, 60(2), 720-742.

Kathleen H. Pine, Rufus Edwards, Omar Masera, and Horacio Riojas-Rodríguez. (2011). Adoption and Use of Improved Biomass Stoves in Rural Mexico. Energy for Sustainable Development, 15, 176-183.

Shalini Misra, Daniel Stokols, Richard H. Harvey, Kathleen H. Pine, Juliana Fuqua, Said M. Shokair, and John M. Whiteley. (2009). Evaluating an Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Training Program in Health Promotion Research.  American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 36, 358-365.

 

PEER REVIEWED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Long papers

Yubo Kou, Xinning Gui, Yunan Chen, & Kathleen H. Pine. (forthcoming). Conspiracy Talk on Social Media: Collective Sensemaking during a Public Health Crisis. Forthcoming in Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2018.

Xinning Gui, Yubo Kou, Yu Chen, Kathleen H. Pine, & Yunan Chen. (forthcoming). Investigating Support Seeking from Peers for Pregnancy in Online Health Communities. Forthcoming in Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2018.

Kathleen H. Pine (2017). eScience Insights to Inform Infrastructure for Accountability of Healthcare. Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Infrastructure in Healthcare 2017.

Xinning Gui, Yubo Kou, Kathleen H. Pine, & Yunan Chen (2017). Managing Uncertainty: Using Social Media for Risk Assessment during a Public Health Crisis. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human factors in Computing Systems 2017, forthcoming. **Honorable Mention Award.

Kathleen H. Pine, Christine Wolf, and Melissa Mazmanian (2016). The Work of Reuse: Birth Certificate Data and Healthcare Accountability Measurements. Proceedings iConference 2016. **Lee Dirks Best Paper Award.

Kathleen H. Pine and Melissa Mazmanian (2015). Emerging Insights on building Infrastructure for Healthcare Accountability. Proceedings iConference 2015.

Kathleen H. Pine and Max Liboiron The Politics of Measurement and Action. (2015).  Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2015. **Honorable Mention Award.

Yunan Chen and Kathleen Pine. (2014). When medical Expertise Meets Record Expertise: the Practices of Patient-Accessible Medical Records in China. Proceedings of the Conference on Design of Cooperative Systems 2014.

Kathleen Pine and Melissa Mazmanian. (2014).  Institutional Logics of the EMR and the Problem of ‘Perfect’ but Inaccurate Accounts. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2014.

Sunyoung Park, Kathleen Pine, and Yunan Chen. (2013). Local-universality: Designing EMR to Support Localized Informal Documentation Practices. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2013.

Kathleen H. Pine. (2012). Fragmentation & Choreography: Caring for a Patient and a Chart during Childbirth. Proceedings of ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2012, 887-896.

 

Short papers
Enrico Maria Piras, Federico Cabitza, Gunnar Ellingsen, Claus Bossen, and Kathleen H. Pine. Exploring Data-Work in Healthcare: making Sense of Data across Boundaries. Proceedings of the Conference on Design of Cooperative Systems 2016.

Caitlin Lustig, Kathleen H. Pine, Bonnie Nardi, Lilly Irani, Min Kyung Lee, Dawn Nafus, and Christian Sandvig (forthcoming). Algorithmic Authority: the Ethics, Politics, and Economics of Algorithms that Interpret, Decide, and Manage. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems 2016.

Claus Bossen, Kathleen H. Pine, Gunnar Ellingsen, and Frederico Cabitza. Data-work in Healthcare: The New Work Ecologies of Healthcare Infrastructures. Proceedings of Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2016. 

 

WHITE PAPERS

Christine H. Morton, Kathleen H. Pine, Jessica Turon, & Eliott K. Main (2016). Lessons from the Initiative to Reduce Early Elective Deliveries in California and the United States. A California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative White Paper. November, 2016. Palo Alto, CA: CMQCC. (Available at www.cmqcc.org)

 

WORKSHOP POSITION PAPERS NON-ARCHIVAL CONFERENCE PAPERS (Selected)

Kathleen H. Pine. Attributing Cesarean Sections to Individual Clinicians: Intersections of Healthcare Information Infrastructure and Policy. CSCW ’16 Workshop: Data-work in Healthcare: The New Work Ecologies of Healthcare Infrastructures.

Kathleen H. Pine, Christine T. Wolf, Melissa Mazmanian. The Work of Re-use: Quality Measurement in Healthcare Organizations. CSCW ’14 Workshop: Sharing, Re-Use and Circulation of Resources in Cooperative Scientific Work.

Arden Stern and Kathleen H. Pine. Co-Creating Methods and Practices: Understanding Collaborations between Ethnographers and Designers in Academic Social Impact Projects. AIGA Design Educators Conference. September 2014.

Kathleen H. Pine and Christine Morton. Understanding the Landscape of Maternal Quality Measures through a Case Study of Early Elective Deliveries, a U.S. Perinatal Core Measure. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 2014.

Kathleen H. Pine and Melissa Mazmanian. Micro Practices of Negotiating Task Jurisdiction and the Effects of Imposing a Formal Logic of Action on Situated Practice. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, upcoming August 2014.

Kathleen H. Pine. The Choreography of Organizational Routines: Exploring Physical and Temporal Dimensions of Labor & Delivery Nursing Work. European Group for Organizational Studies Annual Meeting 2013, Montreal, Canada, June 2013.

Kathleen H. Pine. Infrastructure and Action: Making Do in the Shifting Material Ecology of a Hospital. 4S annual conference, October 2012.

Kathleen H. Pine. and Martha Feldman. Producing Stability by Protecting Chaos. Academy of Management Annual Meeting, Boston MA, August 2012.

Kathleen H. Pine. Quality Improvement in Practice: Difficulties in Implementing Effective Electronic Documentation Work Systems. American Public Health Association, Washington DC, November 2011.

Kathleen H. Pine. Birth Re-Written as an Organizational Event: Nursing Routines for Documentation. The 5th International Normal Labour and Birth Research Conference. Vancouver, British Columbia, July 2010.

Kathleen H. Pine. Delivering Care: Organizational Routines for Childbirth in the Hospital Setting. Bringing the Body Back In: Toward a Corporeal Social Science. Tucson, AZ, April 2009.

 

FICTION

Care Economy. Pathways to Possible Worlds, held May 27th, 2016 at UC Irvine. **Honorable Mention Award.

 

RESEARCH FUNDING

Data-driven quality improvement and management in healthcare. Styrelsen for Forskning og Innovation. (International research planning grant) ($41,121.) PI: Bossen, Co-Investgators: Danholt, Pine, Zheng, Chen. 2017.

HCC Small: Creating a Data-Driven World: Situated Practices of Collecting, Curating, Manipulating, and Deploying Data in Healthcare.  National Science Foundation Grant # 1319897 ($500,000). (2013-2016). Role: Co-Principal Investigator.

Implementation of Electronic Medical Records for Documentation: Implications for Efficiency and Safety of Workflow in Labor & Delivery.  Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Dissertation Fellowship ($40,000) Grant # 1R36HS020753-01 (2011-2012). Role: Principal Investigator (under supervision of PhD advisor Martha Feldman).

 

AFFILIATIONS WITH PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

Association for Computing Machinery

Academy of Management

Society for Social Studies of Science

Additional affiliations

The Center for Organizational Research at UC Irvine

Social Ecology