Research Output per year
Throughout my career, I have studied the design, implementation and use of various technologies as well as collaborative practices across several sectors and countries. This includes, the use of case handling systems in the public sector (an employment agency) in Denmark, the role that technology plays in promoting socio-political change in Palestine, the design and implementation of e-voting technologies in Denmark, the development and use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) in Canada (non-profit clinic in Vancouver) and in Norway (Rikshospitalet, Oslo), and finally, the implementation of broadband in remote and rural areas in British Columbia and its impact on first nation culture (Canada). Throughout these projects, I have maintained a commitment to carrying out empirical fieldwork in order to develop conceptual frameworks useful for understanding collaborative practices, and for designing technologies to support these practices.
- ICT in the healthcare; Electronic Medical/Patient Records (EM/PRs); Electronic Health Records (EHRs); healthcare practices
- Computer Support Cooperative Work (CSCW); Information Systems (IS); Organization studies; organizational communication; Human-Computer Interaction (HCI); practice-based approaches; Participatory Design (PD)
- Science and Technology Studies (STS) and Actor Network Theory (ANT)
- Ethnography; action research; grounded theory; interventionist research; reflexive methodologies; autobiographies and confessionals
- E-voting technologies; election practises
- Global Software Development (GSD); Technologies in conflict zones
- Welfare technologies; case handling systems; work practice of street-level bureaucrats;
Research and education information
2010: PhD in Communication, Simon Fraser University (SFU), Vancouver, BC, Canada. Supervisors: Dr. Ellen Balka, Dr. Gary McCarron and Dr. Richard Smith (SFU)
2004: M.Sc. (cand. scient) in Informatics (Information Systems), Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway.
2001: B.Sc. (cand. mag) in Computer Science, Department of Computer and Information Science, Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU), Trondheim, Norway.
Stuck With My Body at Qalandiya Checkpoint: Reflections Upon Conducting Fieldwork in an Uncertain Field SiteBoulus-Rødje, N. 2018 In : SAGE Research Methods Cases.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Journal article › Research › peer-review
Knight and Pawns in Public Welfare: Unpacking Myriad of Assumptions in Welfare Policies and TechnologiesBoulus-Rødje, N. 2017
Research output: Contribution to conference › Conference abstract for conference › Research › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › Research
Research output: Contribution to journal › Conference article › Research › peer-review