Studio portrait of Priya Nambisan, Assistant Professor in the College of Health Sciences (CHS). Priya Nambisan, PhD
Associate Professor,
University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
Northwest Quadrant Building B, Rm #6410
Milwaukee, WI 53201-0413
Phone: (414) 229-7136; Fax: (414) 229-3373
Email: nambisap@uwm.edu
Director, Social Media and Health Research & Training (SMAHRT) Lab

Selected Publications:

Kapoor, A., & Nambisan, P. (2018). Usability and acceptance evaluation of ACESO: a Web-based breast cancer survivorship tool. Journal of Cancer Survivorship, 12(3), 316-325.

Nambisan, P. (2016). Social media data for assessing the impact of water quality of nearby waterways on people’s physical and mental health. Proceedings of the American Public Health Association (APHA) 2016 Annual meeting and Expo (Health Informatics Information Technology (HIIT) section), Denver, CO. (Peer-reviewed – Proceedings)

Kapoor, A* & Nambisan, P. (2016). Self-management apps for breast cancer survivors: Applying clinical terminology standards for personal decision support. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 40th Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL. (Peer-reviewed – Proceedings)

Nambisan, P., Gustafson, D., Hawkins, R. & Pingree, S. (2016). Social Support and Responsiveness in Online Patient Communities: Impact on Service Quality Perceptions. Health Expectations, 19: 87–97. doi: 10.1111/hex.12332 .

Nambisan, P., Luo, X., Kapoor, A., Patrick, T., & Cisler, R. (2015). Social Media, Big Data and Public Health informatics: Ruminating behavior of depression revealed through Twitter.  Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences conference, HICSS-48, Kauai, Hawaii. (Peer-reviewed – Proceedings).

Nambisan, P., Kreps, G. L., & Polit, S. (2013). Understanding Electronic Medical Record Adoption in the United States: Communication and Sociocultural Perspectives. JMIR – Interactive Journal of Medical Research, 2(1).

Nambisan, P. (2011). Health Information Seeking and Social Support in Online Health Communities: Impact on Patients’ Perceived Empathy. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (JAMIA), 18(3):298-304.

Nambisan, P. (2011). Evaluating Patient Experience in Online Health Communities: Implications for Healthcare Organizations. Health care Management Review, 36(2):124-33.

Nambisan, P. & Watt, J. H. (2011). Managing Customer Experience in Online Communities. Journal of Business Research, 64(8): 889-895.