Mr Imran Muhammad

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Health

Department

School of Medicine

Campus

Geelong Waurn Ponds Campus

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Publications

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2024

Case Study: Design of an Approach for Assessing a Novel Health Capability Maturity Model

Lemai Nguyen, Paul Cooper, Bronwyn Taylor, Imran Muhammad, Sandeep Reddy

(2024), Vol. 310, pp. 474-478, MEDINFO 2023 — The Future Is Accessible, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1

journal article

The digital divide in rural and regional communities: a survey on the use of digital health technology and implications for supporting technology use

H Jongebloed, K Anderson, N Winter, L Nguyen, C Huggins, F Savira, P Cooper, E Yuen, A Peeters, B Rasmussen, S Reddy, S Crowe, R Bhoyroo, I Muhammad, A Ugalde

(2024), Vol. 17, pp. 1-5, BMC Research Notes, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2023

Application of a Comprehensive Evaluation Framework to COVID-19 Studies: Systematic Review of Translational Aspects of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

Aaron Casey, Saba Ansari, Bahareh Nakisa, Blair Kelly, Pieta Brown, Paul Cooper, Imran Muhammad, Steven Livingstone, Sandeep Reddy, Ville-Petteri Makinen

(2023), Vol. 2, pp. 1-13, JMIR AI, Toronto, Ont., C1

journal article
2020

An Evaluation of the Point-of-Care (PoC) System Implementation and Adoption in a Multi-Campus Private Hospital in Melbourne

Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2020), pp. 535-554, DELIVERING SUPERIOR HEALTH AND WELLNESS MANAGEMENT WITH IOT AND ANALYTICS, Berlin, Germany, B1

book chapter
2018

Using Structuration Theory to Assist in Understanding the Implementation and Adoption of Health Information Systems

Imran Muhammad, Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2018), pp. 201-218, Theories to Inform Superior Health Informatics Research and Practice, Cham, Switzerland, B1-1

book chapter

Actor-Network Theory to Assist in Understanding the Implementation and Adoption of Health Information Systems

Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2018), pp. 219-233, Theories to Inform Superior Health Informatics Research and Practice, B1

book chapter

Fit-Viability Model Examination of e-Health Solutions

Nilmini Wickramasinghe, Jonathan Schaffer, Juergen Seitz, Imran Muhammad, Doug Vogel

(2018), pp. 251-269, Theories to Inform Superior Health Informatics Research and Practice, B1

book chapter

Integrating Two Sociotechnical Theories to Develop a Suitable Analytic Framework to Assess the Development of a Hospital Secure Messaging and Communication Platform

Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2018), pp. 185-200, Theories to Inform Superior Health Informatics Research and Practice, Berlin, Germany, B1

book chapter

Examining the PoC system implementation and adoption: A FVM perspective

I Muhammad, N Wickramasinghe

(2018), pp. 109-126, Digital Transformation : Meeting the Challenges : Proceedings of the 31st Bled eConference, Bled, Slovenia, E1

conference
2017

Exploring nurses' reactions to electronic nursing documentation at the point of care

L Nguyen, N Wickramasinghe, B Redley, P Haddad, I Muhammad, M Botti

(2017), Vol. 30, pp. 809-831, Information Technology & People, Bingley, Eng., C1

journal article

The development of a hospital secure messaging and communication platform: a conceptualization

I Muhammad, P Paddle, C Perera, P Haddad, N Wickramasinghe

(2017), pp. 2699-2710, ECIS 2017 : Proceedings of the 25th European Conference on Information Systems, Guimarães, Portugal, E1

conference
2016

The acceptance of nursing information systems: an analysis using UTAUT

L Nguyen, P Haddad, H Moghimi, I Muhammad, K Coleman, B Redley, M Botti, N Wickramasinghe

(2016), pp. 347-365, Contemporary consumer health informatics, Berlin, Germany, B1

book chapter

Investigating acceptance of nursing information systems through UTAUT lens

L Nguyen, N Wickramasinghe, M Botti, B Redley, P Haddad, I Muhammad

(2016), pp. 349-368, Handbook of research on healthcare administration and management, Hershey, Pa., B1

book chapter
2015

How an actor network theory (ANT) analysis can help us to understand the personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR) in Australia

I Muhammad, N Wickramasinghe

(2015), Vol. 3, pp. 1320-1337, E-Health and Telemedicine: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, B1-1

book chapter

Transition from paper to electronic nursing documentation in residential aged care: an actor network theory analysis

L Nguyen, L Bakewell, N Wickramasinghe, P Haddad, I Muhammad, H Moghimi, D Wilde, B Redley, J Considine, M Botti

(2015), Vol. 9, pp. 1-12, Electronic journal of health informatics, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal article
2014

How an actor network theory (ANT) analysis can help us to understand the personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR) in Australia

I Muhammad, N Wickramasinghe

(2014), pp. 15-34, Technological Advancements and the Impact of Actor-Network Theory, B1-1

book chapter

The need for a socio-technical analysis in e-health: The case of the PCEHR

I Muhammad, S Teoh, N Wickramasinghe

(2014), Vol. 3, pp. 1123-1138, Healthcare Administration: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, B1-1

book chapter

Trying to streamline healthcare delivery in Australia via the personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR)

I Muhammad, S Teoh, N Wickramasinghe

(2014), pp. 187-206, Lean Thinking for Healthcare, B1-1

book chapter

A national patient-centered E-health solution - The experience from down under to-date with the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR)

I Muhammad, N Wichramasinghe

(2014), 20th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2014, Savannah, Ga., E1-1

conference
2013

Using ANT to uncover the full potential of an intelligent operational planning and support tool (IOPST) for acute healthcare contexts

I Muhammad, F Moghimi, N Taylor, B Redley, L Nguyen, M Stein, B Kent, M Botti, N Wickramasinghe

(2013), Vol. 5, pp. 29-49, International journal of actor-network theory and technological innovation, Hershey, Pa., C1

journal article

The need for a socio-technical analysis in E-health: the case of the PCEHR

I Muhammad, S Teoh, N Wickramasinghe

(2013), Vol. 4, pp. 65-79, International journal of e-health and medical communications, Hershey, Pa., C1-1

journal article

Enhancing understanding of cross-cultural ERP implementation impact with a FVM perspective enriched by ANT

Imran Muhammad, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2013), Vol. 5, pp. 14-26, International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, Hershey, Pa., C1-1

journal article

How using ANT can assist to understand key issues for successful e-Health solutions

Imran Muhammad, Manuel Zwicker, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2013), Vol. 5, pp. 47-63, International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, Hershey, Pa., C1-1

journal article

Using ANT to understand key issues for successful e-health solutions

I Muhammad, M Zwicker, N Wickramasinghe

(2013), pp. 832-842, Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HI, Maui, E1-1

conference

Understanding the cross-cultural ERP implementation impact: A FVM perspective

I Muhammad, J Seitz, N Wickramasinghe

(2013), pp. 130-140, 26th Bled eConference - eInnovations: Challenges and Impacts for Individuals, Organizations and Society, Proceedings, Bled, Slovenia, E1-1

conference
2012

Why using actor network theory (ANT) can help to understand the personally controlled electronic health record (PCEHR) in Australia

Imran Muhammad, Say Teoh, Nilmini Wickramasinghe

(2012), Vol. 4, pp. 44-60, International Journal of Actor-Network Theory and Technological Innovation, Hershey, Pa., C1-1

journal article

The application of a sociotechnical analysis for the personally controlled electronic health record

I Muhammad, S Teoh, N Wickramasinghe

(2012), Proceedings - Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems, PACIS 2012, Vietnam, E1-1

conference

Funded Projects at Deakin

Other Public Sector Funding

Victorian Digital Health Maturity Model evaluation and Assessment.

A/Prof Sandeep Reddy, A/Prof Lemai Nguyen, Mr Imran Muhammad

Western Health

  • 2019: $132,088

An evaluation of the first two years of implementation of the Australian Mental Health Leaders Fellowship (AMHLF).

A/Prof Sandeep Reddy, A/Prof Grant Phelps, Mr John Rasa, Mr Imran Muhammad, A/Prof Martin Hensher, A/Prof Melissa O'Shea, Prof Michael Berk

National Mental Health Commission

  • 2021: $25,652
  • 2020: $51,305

Industry and Other Funding

Western Victoria PHN Digital Health Strategy Community Consultation and Digital Health Literacy Support.

A/Prof Anna Ugalde, Dr Eva Yuen, Dr Paul Cooper, A/Prof Lemai Nguyen, A/Prof Sandeep Reddy, Prof Anna Peeters, Dr Kate Anderson, Dr Kate Huggins, Dr Feby Savira, Mr Imran Muhammad, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Dr Natalie Winter

Western Victoria Primary Health Network Limited

  • 2022: $75,000

Supervisions

No completed student supervisions to report