Dr. Stewart is a trained health informatician with a keen interest in health data, health research and communication technologies. He has considerable experience in the field with numerous publication in both technical/medical journals and conference publications. He has research collaboration experience across the entire medical research community.
Health systems evaluation; Knowledge translation; Health data analytics; Online communities of practice; Social network analysis.
Dr. Stewart is interested in making better use of existing health data to improve patient care; improving health systems evaluation to provide meaningful feedback to health system stakeholders; improving inter-professional and patient-caregiver communication using technological innovations; and improving clinical decision support.
Leveraging Medical Taxonomies to Improve Knowledge Management within Online Communities of Practice: The Knowledge Maps System Journal Article
In: Journal of Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 143 , pp. 121-127, 2017.
Pediatric Pain Management Knowledge Linkages: Mapping Experiential Knowledge to Explicit Knowledge. Inproceedings
In: Stud Health Technol Inform, pp. 1184-8, Netherlands, 2010, ISSN: 0926-9630.