Dr Ciara Heavin
Name: Dr Ciara Heavin
Role: Senior Lecturer
Academic Unit: Business Information Systems/Health Information Systems Research Centre
Dr. Ciara Heavin is a Senior Lecturer in Business Information Systems at Cork University Business School, University College Cork, Ireland. Her research focuses on opportunities for using information systems (IS) in the global healthcare ecosystem and in digital transformation. As Co-Director of the Health Information Systems Research Centre (HIRSC), Dr. Heavin has directed funded research in the investigation, development, and implementation of innovative technology solutions in the health/healthcare domain. She has published articles in several top international IS journals and conference proceedings. Dr. Heavin has co-authored two books with Daniel J. Power: Decision Support, Analytics, and Business Intelligence and Data-Based Decision Making and Digital Transformation. She earned a PhD from University College Cork.
Health Information Systems, Mobile health in developing countries, mHealth, eHealth, Digital Health
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- Eze, E., Gleasure, R. and Heavin C. Planning and positioning mHealth interventions in developing countries, Health Policy and Technology (Forthcoming).
- Ide, N., Hardy, V., Chirambo, B-G, Heavin, C. et al. “People welcomed this innovation with two hands”: A Qualitative Report of an mHealth Intervention for Community Case Management in Malawi, Annals of Global Health, (Forthcoming). (Impact factor 1.833) (SJR – 0.81/Q2 Medicine)
- Eze, E., Gleasure, R. and Heavin C. (2019). ‘Understanding the Factors that Influence the Primary Appraisal of mHealth Tools in Developing Countries: An Exploratory Case-Study in Nigeria’, Australasian Journal of Information Systems, http://dx.doi.org/10.3127/ajis.v23i0.1815
- Eze, E., Gleasure, R., and Heavin, C. (2018). Mobile Health Solutions in Developing Countries: A Stakeholder Perspective, Health Systems, https://doi.org/10.1080/20476965.2018.1457134 (ABS – 2 - Top Health IS Journal in ABS list at present)
- Hardy V., O’Connor,Y., Heavin C., Mastellos N, Tran T, O’Donoghue et al. (2017). The added value of a mobile application of Community Case Management on under-5 referral, re-consultation and hospitalization rates in two districts in Northern Malawi: study protocol for a pragmatic stepped wedge cluster-randomized controlled trial. Trials, 11;18(1):475. doi: 10.1186/s13063-017-2213-z. (SJR – 1.833/Q1 Medicine).