Publications

Please see Google Scholar – http://scholar.google.com/citations?user=dgZ-ypwAAAAJ for the most up-to-date list of my publications.

Refereed journal articles

  1. Mabotuwana, T., Lee, M. C., and Cohen-Solal, E. V., An Ontology-Based Similarity Measure for Biomedical Data–Application to Radiology Reports. Journal of biomedical informatics, 46(5), pp 857-68, 2013, (Pubmed)
  2. Mabotuwana, T., Lee, M. C., and Cohen-Solal, E. V., Mapping Institution Specific Study Descriptions to RadLex Playbook Entries. Journal of digital imaging, in press, 2013.
  3. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Orr, M., Kenealy, T. and Harrison, J., Using primary care prescribing data to improve GP awareness of antidepressant adherence issuesInformatics in Primary Care, 19 (1), pp 7-15, 2011 (Pubmed).
  4. Mabotuwana, T. and Warren, J., ChronoMedIt – A Computational Quality Audit Framework for Better Management of Patients with Chronic Conditions. Journal of Biomedical Informatics, 43(1), pp 144-58, 2010 (Pubmed).
  5. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Elley, R. et al, Use of interval based quality indicators in blood pressure management to enhance quality of pay for performance incentives: comparison to two indicators from the Quality and Outcomes Framework. Quality in Primary Care, 18(2), pp 93-101, 2010 (Pubmed).
  6. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Elley, R. et al, Quality Indicators to Measure Blood Pressure Management over a Time Interval. Informatics in Primary Care, 18(3), pp 149-56, 2010 (Pubmed).
  7. Chang Wai, K., Elley, CR., Nosa, V., Kennelly, J., Mabotuwana, T. and Warren, J., Perspectives on adherence to blood pressure–lowering medications among Samoan patients: qualitative interviews. Journal of Primary Health Care, 2(3), pp 217-24, 2010 (Pubmed).
  8. Warren, J., Day, K., Paton, C., Warren, D. E., Mabotuwana, T., Gu, Y., Adnan, M., and Reedy, W., Implementations of Health Information Technologies with Consumers  as Users: Findings from a Systematic Review, Health Care and Informatics Review Online, 14(3), pp 2-17, 2010.
  9. Warren, J., Goodyear-Smith, F., Miller, D., Warren, D., Paton, C., Mabotuwana, T. and Arroll, B., An integrated electronic lifestyle and mental health patient self-assessment for general practice: Design and initial field study. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, 14(4), pp 18-25, 2010.
  10. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J. and Kennelly J., A Computational Framework to Identify Patients with Poor Adherence to Blood Pressure Lowering Medication. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 78(11), pp 745-56, 2009 (Pubmed).
  11. Mabotuwana, T. and Warren, J., An Ontology Based Approach to Enhance Querying Capabilities of General Practice Medicine for Better Management of Hypertension. Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, 47(2), pp 87-103, 2009 (Pubmed). (Ontology can be download from here)
  12. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Harrison, J. and Kenealy, T., What Can Primary Care Prescribing Data Tell Us about Individual Adherence to Long-Term Medication? – Comparison to Pharmacy Dispensing Data. Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety, 18(10), pp 956-64, 2009 (Pubmed).
  13. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Kennelly J. and Kenealy, T., Analysis of Medication Possession Ratio for Improved Blood Pressure Control – Towards a Semantic Web Technology Enabled Workbench. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, October 2008.
  14. Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Mabotuwana, T., Kennelly, J. and Kenealy, T, Utilising Practice Management System Data for Quality Improvement in Use of Blood Pressure Lowering Medications in General Practice. The New Zealand Medical Journal, 121(1285), pp 53-62, 2008 (Pubmed).
  15. Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Mabotuwana, T., Adnan, M., Kenealy, T., Plimmer, B., Wells, S., Roseman, P. and Cole, K., The Challenge of Evaluating Electronic Decision Support in the Community. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, October 2008.
  16. Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Mabotuwana, T., Kennelly, J. and Kenealy, T., Developing a Quality Audit Report for General Practice Prescribing for Hypertension: Methodology. Health Care and Informatics Review Online, October 2007.
  17. Mabotuwana, T.D., Cheng, L.K. and Pullan, A.J., A model of blood flow in the mesenteric arterial system. Biomedical Engineering Online, 6(17), 2007 (Pubmed).

Refereed conference papers

  1. Mabotuwana, T., Qian, Y. and Sevenster, M., Using Image References in Radiology Reports to Support Enhanced Report-to-Image Navigation., AMIA, Washington DC, November 2013. Paper won a Distinguished Paper Award.
  2. Mabotuwana, T., and Qian, Y., Determining Scanned Body Part from DICOM Study Description for Relevant Prior Study Matching., Conf Proc MedInfo, Copenhagen, August 2013 (Pubmed).  Paper nominated for Best Paper Award.
  3. Mabotuwana, T., Lee, M. and Cohen-Solal, E., A Tool to Map Institution Specific Study Description to RadLex Playbook Entries, Conf Prof Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM), Dallas, June 2013.
  4. Warren, J., Kennelly, J., Warren, D., Elley, R., Wai, K., Manukia, M., Davy, J., Mabotuwana, T. and Robinson, E., Using the general practice EMR for improving blood pressure medication adherence, Conf Proc Health Informatics Conference (HIC), Sydney, August, 2012 (PubMed).
  5. Warren, J., Warren, D., Yang, H. Y., Mabotuwana, T., Kennelly, J., Kenealy, T. and Harrison, J., Prescribing History to Identify Candidates for Chronic Condition Medication Adherence Promotion, Conf Proc Medical Informatics Europe (MIE), Oslo, August, 2011 (PubMed)
  6. Warren, J., Mabotuwana, T. and Yang, H. Y., The ChronoMedIt Temporal Medical Audit Framework: Progress and Agenda. Conf Proc Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management (HIKM), Perth, 2011.
  7. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Elley, R. et al, Interval-based measures as quality indicators in blood pressure management. Conf Proc Health Informatics Congress, Birmingham, April, 2010.
  8. Warren, J., Goodyear-Smith, F., Miller, D., Warren, D., Paton, C., Mabotuwana, T. and Arroll, B., An integrated electronic lifestyle and mental health patient self-assessment for general practice: Design and initial field study. Conf Proc, Health Informatics New Zealand 9th Annual Conference and Exhibition, Wellington, November 2010. Slides
  9. Mabotuwana, T. and Warren, J., A Framework for Assessing Adherence and persistence to Long-Term Medication. Conf Proc Medical Informatics Europe (MIE), Sarajevo, September 2009 (Pubmed, IOSPress).
  10. Ho, H., Mithraratne, K., Mabotuwana, T. and Hunter, P., A Software Tool for Hemodynamics Modeling in Large Vasculatures. Conf Proc 11th World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Munich, September, 2009.
  11. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Kennelly J. and Kenealy, T., Analysis of Medication Possession Ratio for Improved Blood Pressure Control – Towards a Semantic Web Technology Enabled Workbench. Conf Proc Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ), Rotorua, October 2008 – This paper won the Best Student Scientific Paper award at the conference. Slides
  12. Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Mabotuwana, T., Adnan, M., Kenealy, T., Plimmer, B., Wells, S., Roseman, P. and Cole, K., The Challenge of Evaluating Electronic Decision Support in the Community. Conf Proc Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ), Rotorua, October 2008. Slides
  13. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., A Semantic Web Technology Based Approach to Identify Hypertensive Patients for Follow-Up/Recall. Conf Proc 21st IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (CBMS), June 2008 (IEEE, ACM).
  14. Mabotuwana, T., Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Kennelly J. and Kenealy, T., Towards an Architecture for Quality Audit Reporting to Improve Hypertension Management. Conf Proc The Australian Workshop on Health Data and Knowledge Management (HDKM), January 2008 (ACM).
  15. Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Mabotuwana, T., Kennelly, J. and Kenealy, T., Developing a Quality Audit Report for General Practice Prescribing for Hypertension: Methodology. Conf Proc Health Informatics New Zealand (HINZ), Rotorua, October 2007.
  16. Mabotuwana, T.D., Cheng, L.K., Smith, N.P. and Pullan, A.J., Modeling Blood Flow in the Gastrointestinal System. Conf Proc IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, New York, 2006. 1: p. 1810-1813 (Pubmed, IEEE).

Conference abstracts

  1. Xu, Y., Mabotuwana, T., Qian, Y. and Sevenster, M., Facilitate Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA) with Automatically Correlating Radiology Reports of Breast Cancer Patients, Conf Proc Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Chicago, December 2013.
  2. Warren, J., Kennelly, J., Mabotuwana, T., Yang, H-Y, Warren, D., Change Wai, K. & Elley, R.C., Using electronic medical records to support improved adherence to long-term medications, Australasian Long-Term Health Conditions Conference, Auckland, April 2011.
  3. Chang Wai, K., Kennelly, J., Warren, J., Warren, D., Paton, C., Mabotuwana, T., Elley, R.C. & Robinson, E., A worked example of chronic care management in primary care: improving medication adherence in a Pacific-led general practice, Australasian Long-Term Health Conditions Conference, Auckland, April 2011.
  4. Mabotuwana, T. and Warren, J., Towards a Framework for Better Management of Patients with Hypertension. Conf Proc Medical Informatics Europe (MIE), Sarajevo, September 2009 (Pubmed, IOSPress).
  5. Warren, J., Gaikwad, R., Mabotuwana, T., Kennelly J. and Kenealy, T., What You Can Learn about Your Practice from Your Data – and How We Might Improve this Capability for Better Chronic Disease Management. Conf Proc First North American Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) New Zealand Regional Meeting, Auckland, October 2007.

Technical Reports

  1. Warren, J., Day, K., Gandar, K., Pollock, M., Mabotuwana, T. and Orr, M., Organising Health Information in an eHealth Environment. Wellington: Ministry of Health, 269pp, September 2008.

A list of other reports I’ve written (mainly during my undergrad years) can be found here.

One Response to Publications

  1. Srakotraqu says:

    Very interesting site

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