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Kathleen H. Pine is Assistant Project Scientist at University of California, Irvine. Her work focuses on data practices, the situated social, technical, and organizational practices through which data are created, managed, and deployed, in the domains of healthcare and public health. She has published at conferences such as iConference, CSCW, COOP, and CHI, and in American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

Claus Bossen is associate professor at Information Studies, Aarhus University, Denmark. Based on ethnographic fieldwork, his research focused on design, implementation and use of healthcare IT, and he has published on these issues at conferences such as CSCW and PDC, as well as in journals such as CSCW and International Journal of Medical Informatics.

Yunan Chen is an associate professor of Informatics at
the University of California, Irvine. Her recent work examines self-tracking behaviors, activities, and technologies in healthcare. She has studied self-tracking in a variety of health conditions including migraine, diabetes, multiple sclerosis, and infertility, and also mobile apps, toolkits and online communities that supported these tracking activities. Yunan has been the lead organizers for several CHI/CSCW workshops and panels.

Gunnar Ellingsen is Professor at UIT – the Arctic University of Norway. His research interests revolve around design, implementation and use of information systems in health care, particularly Electronic Patient Records in hospitals. He has published in the CSCW journal, International Journal of Medical Informatics, Health Informatics Journal and Journal of the Association for Information Systems.

Miria Grisot is Associate Professor at the Department of Technology at Kristiania University College in Oslo, Norway. Her research interest focuses on design and implementation of information systems in healthcare with a focus on the shifting practices of health personnel and patients. Her recent work examines the design of information infrastructures for eHealth in a European context. She has published in the CSCW Journal, International Journal of Medical Informatics, Health Informatics Journal and Journal of the Association for Information Systems.

Melissa Mazmanian is Associate Professor in Informatics in the School of Information and Computer Sciences, UC-Irvine. Her interests revolve around the experience of communication technologies as used in-practice within organizational and personal contexts, specifically in relation to identity projection and the nature of time in the digital age. She has been engaged in qualitative research on practices of budgeting, the introduction of electronic health systems, change efforts to promote predictable time off, and smartphone use in work contexts. Melissa has published in Organization Science, Academy of Management Journal, MIS Quarterly and ACM venues such as CHI and CSCW.

Naja Holten Møller is Assistant Professor at University of Copenhagen, Department of Computer Science. Her work is interdisciplinary focusing on how we can improve our understanding of collaborative work and the relationship with technology-support. She publishes mainly in CSCW / HCI including Journal of Computer Supported Cooperative Work. She was a member of the CSCW program committee 2016, 2017 and 2018, and the CHI program committee 2017 and 2018. She is also a member of the newly established ACM Future of Computing Academy.