Maître de conférences en Sciences de Gestion à l’Université de Paris, LIRAES

Bio :

Carine Khalil is a health services researcher at the Cedars-Sinai Center for Outcomes Research and Education and an Associate Professor of Management and Information Systems at Paris Descartes University. Her research interests are in innovation management, human-centered design, and digital health. She is interested in gaining insights into how people make sense of, interpret, adopt, use and implement innovations in specific context settings. She is specialized in qualitative research methodologies and focuses on understanding the hows and the whys in human behavior, thoughts and experience.  

Her current research focuses on the development and use of ICTs in the healthcare industry. she is interested in examining how individuals perceive the role and impact of digital innovations on healthcare delivery. She has also been involved in multiple social netnographic analyses that aim to understand patient behavior, knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs regarding a diverse set of health conditions including ankylosing spondylitis, urinary tract infections, pelvic organ prolapse, and overactive bladder. For these studies, her background in social sciences and design thinking, as well as her expertise in qualitative research methodologies—specifically ethnography, non-participant observation, case-studies, and thematic content analysis—were essential for assessing and understanding the behavior and perspectives of the study populations of interest.

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