Publications produced in relation to the INDEHELA research programme

2015

Bhebe SV, de la Harpe R, Korpela M (2015). The current state of Health Informatics education in Africa. In: Öörni A, Iivari N, Kuutti K, Oinas-Kukkonen H, Rajanen M (eds). Proceedings of the 38th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS 38), Oulu, Finland, 9-12 August 2015.

de la Harpe R, Korpela M, van Zyl I (2015). Co-design for development: Lessons learnt from an information systems project in underserved communities. In: Oinas-Kukkonen H, Iivari N, Kuutti K, Öörni A, Rajanen M (eds). Nordic Contributions in IS Research: 6th Scandinavian Conference on Information Systems, SCIS 2015, Oulu, Finland, August 9-12, 2015, Proceedings. Springer International Publishing.

Khan G, Korpela M, de la Harpe R, Hanmer L (2015). Combining activity thinking with service thinking to study information systems implementation: A position paper. In: Öörni A, Iivari N, Kuutti K, Oinas-Kukkonen H, Rajanen M (eds). Proceedings of the 38th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS 38), Oulu, Finland, 9-12 August 2015.

Koivu A (2015). Key Challenges in the Current TB & HIV Information System in South Africa: A Case Study in Khayelitsha, Western Cape. PhD thesis. Dublin, Ireland: University of Dublin, Trinity College.

M’Rithaa DKM (2015). A Framework for Information Communication that contributes to the Improved Management of the Intrapartum Period. DTech thesis. Cape Town, South Africa: Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Tswane S, Banze CM, Banze V, Korpela M, M’Rithaa DKM, Muquingue H, de la Harpe R (2015). Co-analysing maternal healthcare work: Lessons learnt from INDEHELA-ISD4D. In: Öörni A, Iivari N, Kuutti K, Oinas-Kukkonen H, Rajanen M (eds). Proceedings of the 38th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS 38), Oulu, Finland, 9-12 August 2015.

Tyukala M (2015). A Framework to Elicit User Requirements for Information Systems: A Localised Participatory Approach from Southern Africa. PhD thesis. Port Elizabeth, South Africa: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

2014

Bimerew M (2014). Developing a Framework for a District-Based Information Management System for Mental Health Care in the Western Cape. PhD thesis. Cape Town, South Africa: University of the Western Cape.

Bimerew M, Adejumo O, Korpela M (2014). Experiences of community nurses in management of a district-based mental health information system in the Western Cape, South Africa. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance 2014:20:(Supplement 1:2 October):431-444.

Bimerew M, Korpela M, Adejumo O (2014). District facility managers’ perspectives of mental health information processing and utilisation at primary care level in the Western Cape. African Journal for Physical, Health Education, Recreation and Dance 2014:20:(Supplement 1:2 October):445-459.

de la Harpe R (2014). Interactions of participants during mobile development of a healthcare application. In:8th Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems: Interfaces and Human Computer Interaction IHCI 2014.

de la Harpe R, van Zyl I (2014). Mobile application design for health intermediaries: Considerations for information access and use. In: Proceedings of the 7th Intenational conference of Health Informatics: HealthInf 2014.

de la Harpe R, Hamon T, Grabaar N, van Zyl I (2014). The comprehension of medical words: Cross-lingual experiments in French and Xhosa. In: Proceedings of the 7th Intenational conference of Health Informatics: HealthInf 2014.

Kabaso B (2014). Health Information Systems Interoperability in Africa: Service Oriented Architectural Model for Interoperability in African Context. DTech thesis. Cape Town, South Africa: Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Martikainen S, Korpela M, Tiihonen T (2014). User participation in healthcare IT development: A developers’ viewpoint in Finland. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2013:83(3):189-200. doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2013.12.003

Pentikäinen M (2014). Co-development of Work and Information Systems: An Analysis of the Construction of the Activity­-Driven ISD Methodology in 2001-2013. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences, no.153. Kuopio, Finland: University of Eastern Finland.http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-61-1559-7

Ruhode E (2014). E-government for development: A thematic analysis of Zimbabwe’s information and communication technology policy documents. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 2014::.

Saugene Z (2014). Customization of Generic Open Source Software for Health Sector in Developing Countries: A Practice Based Approach. PhD thesis. Oslo, Norway: University of Oslo.

Tswane S, Korpela, M’Rithaa DKM, Kabaso B (2014). The maternal healthcare landscape around Grabouw, South Africa: Setting the stage for information systems development. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa2014:2(2):71-79. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2014-v2-i2-111

Vainikainen V, Soriyan HA, Korpela M, Saranto K (2014). Good practices to enhance the perceived usefulness of computerized hospital information systems: Case study in Nigeria. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2014:2(2):55-70. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2014-v2-i2-109

van Zyl I, de la Harpe R (2014). Mobile application design for health intermediaries: Considerations for information access and use. In: HEALTHINF 2014: 7th International Conference in Health Informatics, 3-6 March 2014, Angers, France.

2013

Banze C, Muquingue H, Banze V, Mutacate I, Korpela M (2013). Depicting the healthcare landscape around a community for a m-health intervention: A look into maternal health in KaTembe, Mozambique. Abstract.Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):189. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-80

Debrah RD, M’Rithaa M, de la Harpe R (2013). Health care in sub-Saharan Africa: An explorative study of photography as a healing art. Abstract. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):171.http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-61

de la Harpe R, van Zyl I, Makola D, Korpela M (2013). The collaborative design of a Health Informatics fundamentals curriculum for the South African context. Abstract. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa2013:1(1):195. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-72

Grobbelaar L, Pottas D, Korpela M (2013). Identifying the need for m-health: A Community Capability Approach. Abstract. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):181. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-63

Ikävalko P, Korpela M (2013). Interaction design practice and challenges in the development of organizational information systems in four different projects. Preceedings of the Enterprise Systems 2013, Cape Town, 7-8 Nov 2013.

Kabaso B, Korpela M (2013). Architecture for health information systems interoperability in Africa. Abstract.Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):163. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-59

Korpela M (2013). Two decades of HELINA conferences: A historical review of health informatics in Africa.IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2013: 197-205.

Korpela M, Ikävalko P, Luukkonen I, Martikainen S, Palmén M, Tiihonen T, Toivanen M, Vainikainen V (2013). How to co-develop services, work, and information systems in healthcare: The Daisy approach. In:Context Sensitive Health Informatics: Human and Sociotechnical Approaches. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2013:194, 126-132. Amsterdam: IOS.

Korpela M, Pottas D (2013). Editorial to HELINA 2013 Proceedings.Journal of Health Informatics in Africa2013:1(1):iv-vi. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1

Luukkonen I, Toivanen M, Mursu A, Saranto K, Korpela M (2013). Researching an Activity-Driven Approach to Information Systems Development. In: Cruz-Cunha MM, Miranda IM, Gonçalves P (eds). Handbook of Research on ICTs and Management Systems for Improving Efficiency in Healthcare and Social Care, vol 1, p. 431-450. Hershey (PA): IGI Global.

Makola D, Hotti V (2013). Critical success factors for adopting enterprise architecture metamodel in the health sector: Literature review. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):127-132.http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-43

Masiza M, Mostert-Phipps N, Pottas D (2013). Patients Prefer Electronic Medical Records – Fact or Fiction? Abstract. MEDINFO 2013. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2013:192, 957. Amsterdam: IOS.

Mostert-Phipps N, Pottas D, Korpela M (2013). Guidelines to encourage the adoption and meaningful use of health information technologies in the South African healthcare landscape. In: MEDINFO 2013. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2013:192, 147-151. Amsterdam: IOS.

M’Rithaa DKM, Korpela M, de la Harpe R, Fawcus S (2013). Activity theory model in information systems research in practice: Theoretical framework for information communication during management of intrapartum. Abstract. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):147. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-47

Nhavoto JA,  Grönlund Å (2013). Design and implementation of a webbased application for patient management and decision support using mobile phones and geographic information system. Abstract.Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):177. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-39

Nyemba-Mudenda M, Chigona W (2013). Stakeholder management in a community mHealth initiative in Malawi. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):27-41. http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-66

Palmen M (2013). Midwives, Families and Everyday Health Information and ICT Interactions. Exploration of Identities and Social Networks. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Social Sciences and Business Studies, no. 71. Kuopio, Finland: University of Eastern Finland.http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-61-1327-2.

Pottas D, Mostert-Phipps N (2013). Citizens and personal health records – the case of Nelson Mandela Bay. In: MEDINFO 2013, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 2013:192, 501-504. Amsterdam: IOS.

Ruhode E (2013). e-Government implementation for inter-organisational information sharing: A holistic information systems approach for developing countries.  DTech thesis. Cape Town, South Africa: Cape Peninsula University of Technology.

Ruhode E, Tiihonen T, van Zyl I (2013). An Information Systems approach to addressing health care provision challenges in socially marginalized communities: Case of Grabouw settlement in the Western Cape, South Africa. Abstract. Journal of Health Informatics in Africa 2013:1(1):181.http://dx.doi.org/10.12856/JHIA-2013-v1-i1-71

van Zyl I (2013). Technology Encounters and the Symbolic Narrative: Localising the “technology for development” experience in South African education settings. Doctoral dissertaion. Lugano, Switzerland: Università della Svizzera italiana. http://doc.rero.ch/record/208833/files/2013COM011.pdf

van Zyl I, du Preez V (2013). Youth at Risk – Envisioning a Design Response. In: Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries (IFIP WG 9.4). 19-22 May 2013, Ocho Rios, Jamaica.

van Zyl I, Pennanen T (2013). Service design as an approach for envisioning e-health solutions: Mapping the context of development in Grabouw, Western Cape. In: Proceedings of Health Informatics South Africa (HISA) 2013. 3-5 July 2013. Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

2012

Alexander BM, Korpela M (2012). Focus group strategies in community development. Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries 2012:50(4):1-12.

de la Harpe R, Lotriet H, Pottas D, Korpela M (2012). Socio-technical approach to community health: designing and developing a mobile care data application for home-based healthcare in South Africa. The Journal of Community Informatics 2012:9(2).

Luukkonen I (2012). Activity-Driven Needs Analysis and Modeling in Information Systems Development. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences, no 74. Kuopio, Finland: University of Eastern Finland. http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-61-0831-5

Martikainen S, Viitanen J, Korpela M, Lääveri T (2012). Physicians’ experiences of participation in healthcare IT development in Finland: Willing but not able. International Journal of Medical Informatics2012:81(2):98-113.

Mostert-Phipps N (2012). Health Information Technologies for Improved Continuity of Care: A South African Perspective. PhD thesis. Port Elizabeth, South Africa: Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University.

Palmén M, Kouri P (2012). Maternity clinic going online: Mothers’ experiences of social media and online health information for parental support in Finland. Journal of Communication in Healthcare 2012:5(3):190-197.

Palmén M, Korpela M, Saranto K (2012). Identifying health and wellbeing related information management activities and needs in families with young children. Finnish Journal of eHealth and eWelfare 2012:4(2):165-176.

Selaolo T (2012). The incorporation of activity-based learning and reflection into a new information systems development practice for Botswana. PhD Thesis. University of Pretoria.

2011

Luukkonen I, Korpela M, Mursu A (2011). Studying the Applicability of Methods – Activity Driven Needs Analysis Applied to Maternity Pathway in Pudong, Shanghai. In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Ubiquitous Healthcare and Supporting Services (UBI-HEALTH’10), 31st May – 2nd June 2010, Shanghai, China, 2011.

Luukkonen I, Saranto K, Korpela M (2011). Assessing the role of a site visit in adopting activity driven methods. In: Moen, A. Andersen, S.K. Aarts, J. Hurlen, P. (eds.), Prodeedings of MIE 2011, User Centred Networked Health Care. IOS Press BV. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 169. pp. 422-426.

Tiihonen T (2011). Information Systems in Context: Building a Tool for Analysing the Sociotechnical Context of Organisational Information Systems. Publications of the University of Eastern Finland. Dissertations in Forestry and Natural Sciences, no 53. Kuopio, Finland: University of Eastern Finland.http://urn.fi/URN:ISBN:978-952-61-0595-6

2010

Luukkonen I, Korpela M, Mykkänen J (2010). Modelling approaches in the early phases of information systems development. In: Alexander T, Turpin M, van Deventer JP, eds. IT to Empower – 18th European Conference on Information Systems, Pretoria, 6-9 June 2010.

2009

2008

Tiihonen, T; Vesisenaho, M; Sutinen, E (2008): Concept on Context: IS Meeting Context in Developing Countries. Proceedings of 5 th International Workshop on Technology for Innovation and Education in Developing Countries July 31 – August 2, 2008 Kampala, Uganda

2007

Mursu A, Luukkonen I, Toivanen M, Korpela M (2007). Activity theory in information systems research and practice: theoretical underpinnings for an information systems development model. Information Research 2007:12(3):26p. http://informationr.net/ir/12-3/paper311.html

Luukkonen, I., Toivanen, M., Mursu, A. (2007). Toward planned changes: an activity-driven ISD model. In: Proceedings of the 30th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia IRIS 2007. Models, Methods, and new Messages, Murikka, Tampere, Finland, August 11-14. 2007, p. [22].

2006

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan HA, de la Harpe R, Macome E (2006). Information systems practice for development in Africa: Results from INDEHELA. In: Trauth EM, Howcroft D, Butler T, Fitzgerald B, DeGross JI, eds. Social Inclusion: Societal and Organizational Implications for Information Systems, pp. 15-35. New York: Springer, 2006.

Tiihonen T, Korpela M, Mursu A (2006). Creating a framework to recognize context-originated factors in IS in organizations. In: Berleur J, Nurminen MI, Impagliazzo J, eds. Social Informatics: an Information Society for All? In Remembrance of Rob Kling. Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Human Choice and Computers (HCC7), IFIP TC 9, Maribor, Slovenia, September 21-23, 2006, p. 367-379. New York: Springer.

2005

De la Harpe, R (2005). A research agenda for research projects in the private healthcare sector of South Africa. In: Bada AO, Okunoye A, eds. Proceedings of the 8th IFIP WG 9.4 conference, Enhancing Human Resource Development through ICT, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-27 May 2005, pp. . 2005.

De la Harpe R, Korpela M, Kamanga E (2005). The potential of community informatics in small private medical practice in South Africa. In: Erwin G, Taylor W, Bytheway A, Strumpfer G, eds. CIRC2005. The 2nd Annual Conference of the Community Informatics Research Network. PhD Colloquium and Conference Proceedings, Cape Town South Africa, 23-26 August 2005, p. 101-117. Cape Town, South Africa: CIRN2005 Conference Committee, 2005.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Tiihonen T (2005). Informatics development for health in Africa – INDEHELA. In: Hietanen O, ed. University Partnerships for International Development. Finnish Development Knowledge. FFRC-publications 6, p. 102-114. Turku: Finland Futures Research Centre, 2005.

Korpela M, Mykkänen J, Porrasmaa J, Sipilä M (2005). Software architectures for digital healthcare: Experiences and views. In: Proceedings of 2005 International Hospital Information Technology Forum and Chinese Hospital Information Network Conference (CHINC 2005), Beijing, 2-5 July 2005, pp. 40-50. Beijing: CHIMA, 2005.

Makola, D (2005). Evaluation of the South African CPD information system: Using an Activity Theory analysis. In: Whymark, Hasan H, eds. Activity as the Focus of Information Systems Research. ISBN 1 921047 07 0. Australia: Knowledge Creation Press, 2005.

Mursu A (2005). Analysing technological sustainability in organization: An activity-theoretical approach. Abstract. In: First International ISCAR conference, Seville, Spain, 20-24.9.2005. International Society for Cultural and Activity Research, 2005.

Mursu A, Tiihonen T, Korpela M (2005). Contextual issues impacting the appropriateness of ICT: Setting the stage for socio-technical research in Africa. In: Bada AO, Okunoye A, eds. Proceedings of the 8th IFIP WG 9.4 conference, Enhancing Human Resource Development through ICT, Abuja, Nigeria, 25-27 May 2005, pp. 348-358. 2005.

2004

Bertelsen OW, Korpela M, Mursu A, eds. (2004). ATIT 2004. Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Activity Theory Based Practical Methods for IT-Design. Denmark: 2004.http://www.daimi.au.dk/publications/PB/574/PB-574.pdf

Korpela M (2004). ActAD in information systems analysis and design: Academic reflection (online). In: Bertelsen OW, Korpela M, Mursu A, eds. ATIT 2004, Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Activity Theory Based Practical Methods for IT-Design, Copenhagen, Denmark, 2-3. September 2004, p. 134-136. 2004.

Korpela M, Hanmer L, de la Harpe R, Macome E, Mursu A, Soriyan HA (2004). How can African healthcare facilities get appropriate software? Sociotechnical research in the INDEHELA-Context project. In: IT in Health Care: Socio-technical Approaches, Second International Conference, 13-14 September 2004, Portland, Oregon, USA.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan A, Eerola A, Häkkinen H, Toivanen M (2004). Information systems research and development by activity analysis and development: dead horse or the next wave? In: Kaplan B, Truex III DP, Wastell D, Wood-Harper AT, DeGross JI, eds. Information Systems Research. Relevant Theory and Informed Practice. IFIP TC8/WG 8.2 20th Year Retrospective: Relevant Theory and Informed Practice-Looking Forward from a 20-Yeat Perspective on IS Research, Manchester, United Kingdom, July 15-17 2004, p. 453-471. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 2004.

Soriyan HA (2004). A Conceptual Framework for Information System Development Methodology for Educational and Industrial Sectors in Nigeria. Doctoral dissertation. Ile-Ife, Nigeria: Obafemi Awolowo University, 2004.

2003

Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Mursu A (2003). Preconditions for sustainable information systems development for African healthcare institutions: The MINPHIS experience and a software industry survey in Nigeria. Abstract. In: HELINA’2003: Communication and Information Technology in the Global Fight against HIV/AIDS. Book of Abstracts, Johannesburg, 12-15 October 2003, p. 36. South Africa: Medical Research Council, 2003.

Kuvaja K, Mursu A (2003). ICTs, equality and sustainable development Experiences from the Philippines and Nigeria. Pilipinas 2003:41(Sept.):.

Mursu A, Lyytinen K, Soriyan HA, Korpela M (2003). Identifying software project risks in Nigeria: an international comparative study. European J of Information Systems 2003:12:182-194.

Mursu A, Soriyan A, Korpela M (2003). ICT for development: Sustainable systems for local needs. In: Korpela M, Montealegre R, Poulymenakou A, eds. Organizational Information Systems in the Context of Globalization. IFIP TC8 & TC9 / WG8.2 & WG9.4 Working Conference on Information Systems Perspectives and Challenges in the Context of Globalization. Athens, Greece, June 15-17, 2003, p. 199-210. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic, 2003.

2002

Korpela M, Mursu A (2002). Tietotekniikan hyödyt ratkeavat paikallisesti. Mielipide. Helsingin Sanomat 2002(5.9.):A5.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan HA (2002). Activity networks in context: ActAD as a method for information systems research and practice in Nigeria. Abstract. In: Oers B van, Wardekker W, Blom S, Elbers E, Pompert B, Veer R van der, eds. Dealing with Diversity: Book of Abstracts. Fifth Congress of the International Society for Cultural Research and Activity Theory (ISCRAT), Amsterdam, 18-22 June 2002, p. 352. Amsterdam: Vrije Universiteit, 2002.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan HA (2002). Activity networks in organizational and societal contexts: ActAD as a method for information systems research and practice in Nigeria. Abstract. In: Development Intervention Symposium, Helsinki, 15-16 March 2002. University of Helsinki, 2002.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan HA (2002). Information systems development as an activity. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 2002:11:111-128.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan HA, Eerola A (2002). Information systems research and information systems practice in a network of activities. In: Dittrich Y, Floyd C, Klischewski R, eds. Social Thinking – Software Practice, p. 287-308. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002.

Mursu A (2002). Information Systems Development in Developing Countries. Risk Management and Sustainability Analysis in Nigerian Software Companies. Doctoral dissertation. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2002. Jyväskylä Studies in Computing 21.

Mursu A, Korpela M (2002). Tietotekniikka ja kehitys – näkökulmia kestävään kehitykseen. Janus : Sosiaalipolitiikan ja sosiaalityön tutkimuksen aikakauslehti 2002:10(2):144-149.

Mursu A, Soriyan HA, Korpela M (2002). Risky business – a case study on information systems development in Nigeria. In: Krishna S, Madon S, eds. Information & Communication Technologies and Development. New Opportunities, Perspectives and Challenges. Proceedings of the Seventh International Working Conference of IFIP WG 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 29 – 31, 2002, p. 385-401. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Management, 2002.

Soriyan HA, Korpela M, Mursu A (2002). Information systems development in Nigerian software companies: the industry profile. In: Krishna S, Madon S, eds. Information & Communication Technologies and Development. New Opportunities, Perspectives and Challenges. Proceedings of the Seventh International Working Conference of IFIP WG 9.4, Bangalore, India, May 29 – 31, 2002, p. 276-291. Bangalore: Indian Institute of Management, 2002.

2001

Järvelä M, Korpela M, Kuvaja K, eds. (2001). African Flows. Interim Report of the Research Network Environment, Health and Information Activities for Communities in Africa – ENHICA. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2001. University of Jyväskylä. Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy. Working Papers 107.

Korpela M, Eerola A, Mursu A, Soriyan HA (2001). Use cases as actions within activities: Bridging the gap between Information Systems Development and Software Engineering. Abstract. In: 2nd Nordic-Baltic Conference on Activity Theory and Sociocultural Research, Ronneby, Sweden, 7-9 September 2001, p. 51. 2001.

Korpela M, Mursu A, Soriyan HA (2001). Two times four integrative levels of analysis: a framework. In: Russo NL, Fitzgerald B, DeGross JI, eds. Realigning Research and Practice in Information Systems Development. The Social and Organizational Perspective. IFIP TC8/WG8.2 Working Conference, Boise, Idaho, USA, July 27-29, 2001, p. 367-377. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 2001.

Mursu A (2001). Analysing activity networks within organizational and social contexts: An expanded framework and an application in a study of systems development work in Nigeria. Abstract. In: 2nd Nordic-Baltic Conference on Activity Theory and Sociocultural Research, Ronneby, Sweden, 7-9 September 2001, p. 69-70. 2001.

Mursu A, Soriyan HA, Korpela M (2001). Information systems development in Nigerian software companies – a case of small locally owned company. In: Bjornestad S, Moe RE, Morch AI, Opdahl AL, eds. IRIS 24. Electronic Proceedings of the 24th Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (CD-ROM), Ulvik in Hardanger, Norway, 11 – 14 August 2001, pp. 15-28. Bergen: Department of Information Science, University of Bergen, 2001.

Mursu A, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC, Korpela M (2001). Software industry in Nigeria: An outline. In: Järvelä M, Korpela M, Kuvaja K, eds. African Flows: Interim Report of the Research Network Environment, Health and Information Activities for Communities in Africa – ENHICA, p. 171-210. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 2001. University of Jyväskylä. Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy. Working Papers 107.

Soriyan HA, Akinde AD, Korpela M, Ale F (2001). Preconditions for information system development for African healthcare institutions: The MINPHIS experience and a software industry survey in Nigeria. Abstract. In: Patel VL, Rogers R, Haux R, eds. MEDINFO 2001. Proceedings of the 10th World Congress on Medical Informatics, London, 2-5 September 2001, p. 74. Amsterdam: IOS, 2001.

Soriyan HA, Mursu AS, Akinde AD, Korpela MJ (2001). Information systems development in Nigerian software companies: Research methodology and assessment from the healthcare sector’s perspective. Electronic Journal on Information Systems in Developing Countries 2001:5(4):1-18, f.1-3.

2000

Korpela M, Mykkänen J, Räsänen M, Ruonamaa H, Sormunen M (2000). Transforming legacy systems into a valuable heritage: the case of the FixIT migration tools in Finland. In: Eder L, ed. Managing Healthcare Information Systems with Web-Enabled Technologies, p. 92-108. Hershey, PA: Idea Group, 2000.

Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC (2000). Activity analysis as a method for information systems development: general introduction and experiments from Nigeria and Finland. Scand J Inf Syst 2000:12(1):191-210.

Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC, Mursu A (2000). Made-in-Nigeria systems development methodologies: an action research project in the health sector. In: Avgerou C, Walsham G, eds. Information Technology in Context: Studies from the Perspective of Developing Countries, p. 134-152. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2000.

Mursu A, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi K, Korpela M (2000). Information system development in a developing country: theoretical analysis of special requirements in Nigeria and Africa. In: Sprague RH Jr, ed. Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. Abstracts and CD-ROM of Full Papers, Maui, Hawaii, January 4-7, 2000. Los Alamitos, CA: IEEE Computer Society, 2000.

Soriyan HA, Mursu AS, Adegaye AO, Korpela MJ (2000). Information systems development in Nigerian software companies: Methodological issues and empirical findings. In: IFIP WG 9.4 Conference 2000: Information Flows, Local Improvisations and Work Practices, Cape Town, South Africa, 24-26 May 2000. International Federation for Information Processing, 2000.

Soriyan HA, Mursu A, Korpela M (2000). Information system development methodologies: gender issues in a developing economy. In: Balka E, Smith R, eds. Women, Work and Computerization. Charting a Course to the Future. IFIP TC9 WG9.1 Seventh International Conference on Women, Work and Computerization, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 8-11 June 2000, p. 146-154. Boston: Kluwer Academic, 2000.

1999

Korpela M (1999). Activity analysis and development through information systems development. Abstract. In: Dittrich Y, Floyd C, Jayaratna N, Kensing F, Klischewski R, eds. Social Thinking – Software Practice, Wadern, Germany, 5-10 September 1999, p. 57-58. Wadern, Germany: IBFI, 1999. Dagstuhl-Seminar-Report 250.

Makanjuola ROA, Soriyan HA, Onayade AA, Korpela M, Adejuyigbe O, Akinde AD (1999). Evaluation of the impact of a low-cost hospital information system in a Nigerian hospital. Abstract. In: HELINA’99: Third International Working Conference on Health Informatics in Africa, Harare, Zimbabwe, 29 November – 1 December 1999.

Mursu A (1999). Risks in information system development in a developing country – a research plan for a risk study in Nigeria using Delphi method. In: Seppänen M, ed. Multidisciplinarity in Development Studies. Papers presented at the Annual Conference of the Finnish Society for Development Studies, Helsinki, Finland, 6-7 November 1998, p. 1-22. Helsinki: Finnish Society for Development Studies, 1999. Kehitystutkimus. Yearbook of the Finnish Society for Development Studies VII. Vol. 1998-99.

Mursu A, Soriyan AH, Olufokunbi KC, Korpela M (1999). From software risks to sustainable information systems: setting the stage for a Delphi study in Nigeria. Journal of Global Information Technology Management 1999:2(3):57-71.

Mursu A, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC, Korpela M (1999). Toward successful ISD in developing countries: first results from a Nigerian risk study using the Delphi method. In: Käkölä TK, ed. Proceedings of the 22nd Information Systems Research Seminar in Scandinavia (IRIS 22): “Enterprise Architectures for Virtual Organisations”, Keuruu, Finland, 7-10 August 1999, p. 397-414. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä, 1999. University of Jyväskylä Computer Science and Information Systems Reports. Technical Reports TR-21. Vol. 2.

Soriyan HA, Korpela MJ, Makanjuola ROA (1999). Developing appropriate healthcare information systems for Africa: The Made-in-Nigeria Primary Healthcare and Hospital Information System project. In: African Development Forum’99: ‘The Challenge to Africa of Globalisation and the Information Age’, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 24-28 October 1999. Addis Ababa: United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, 1999.

Soriyan HA, Korpela MJ, Mursu AS, Kailou K, Olufokunbi KC (1999). Information systems development for healthcare in Africa: The INDEHELA-Methods project. Abstract. In: HELINA’99: Third International Working Conference on Health Informatics in Africa, Harare, Zimbabwe, 29 November – 1 December 1999. 1999.

1998

Ijadunola KT, Bello MO, Korpela M, Koskivirta M (1998). A strategy for the use of information systems to support community-oriented primary healthcare in a deprived economy: A case study of Ife Central LGA, Nigeria. In: Richards B, Wood H, eds. Current Perspectives in Healthcare Computing. Conference Proceedings, Part I, Harrogate, UK, 23-25 March 1998, p, 139-145. Weybridge, UK: BJHC & British Computer Society.

Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC, Mursu A (1998). Blueprint for an African systems development methodology: An action research project in the health sector. In: Avgerou C, ed. Implementation and Evaluation of Information Systems in Developing Countries. Proceedings of the Fifth International Working Conference of IFIP WG 9.4, Bangkok, Thailand, 18-20 February 1998, p. 273-285. Vienna: International Federation for Information Processing, 1998.

Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC, Onayade AA, Davies-Adetugbo A, Adesanmi D (1998). Community participation in health informatics in Africa: An experiment in tripartite partnership in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Computer Supported Cooperative Work 1998:7(3-4):339-358.

1997

Korpela M (1997). An industrial fabric of activities in a dependent economy: On anthropotechnology, macroergonomics, and how to study Nigerian practice in computer systems development. In: Seppälä P, Luopajärvi T, Nygård C-H, Mattila M, eds. “From Experience to Innovation”: IEA’97. Proceedings of the 13th Triennial Congress of the International Ergonomics Association, Tampere, Finland, June 29 – July 4, 1997, p. 115-117. Helsinki: Finnish Institute of Occupational Health, 1997. Vol. 7.

Korpela M (1997). Sopivatko kehittävän työntutkimuksen menetelmät terveydenhuollon tietojärjestelmien suunnitteluun Nigeriassa? Kirjassa: Työkyky 1997. Kehittävä työntutkimus sosiaali- ja terveydenhuollossa. Luentolyhennelmät, Oulu, 26-27.8.1997, s. 104-106. Oulu: Merikosken kuntoutus- ja tutkimuskeskus, 1997.

1996

Korpela M (1996). Book review: Information Technology, Development and Policy: Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Challenges. Roche EM, Blaine MJ, eds. Inf Technol Dev 1996:7(2):105-106.

Korpela M (1996). Computer systems development for ‘delinking’ in Nigeria? In: Odedra-Straub M, ed. Global Information Technology and Socio-Economic Development. Proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.4 conference on Information Technology and Socio-Economic Development: Challenges and Opportunities, Cairo, Egypt, January 9-11, 1995, p. 116-129. Nashua: Ivy League, 1996.

Korpela M (1996). Traditional culture or political economy? On the root causes of organizational obstacles of IT in developing countries. Inf Technol Dev 1996:7(1):29-42.

Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Olufokunbi KC, Onayade AA, Davies-Adetugbo A, Adesanmi D (1996). Community participation in health informatics in Africa: An experiment in tripartite partnership in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. In: Blomberg J, Kensing F, Dykstra-Erickson EA, eds. PDC’96: Proceedings of the Participatory Design Conference, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 13-15 November 1996, p. 25-34. Palo Alto: Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility, 1996.

Soriyan HA, Akinde AD, Farewo FO, Adekunle MA, Oristoberu AO, Korpela M (1996). M and Kernel as appropriate technology in Health Care in Africa. M Computing 1996:4(1):15-19.

1995

Korpela M (1995). Who will implement information technology for development? S Afr Comput J 1995(15):20-25.

Makanjuola ROA, Korpela M, Soriyan HA, Adekunle MA (1995). Making the most of a hospital information system: A Nigerian case. In: Sosa-Iudicissa MC, Levett J, Mandil SH, Beales PF, eds. Health, Information Society and Developing Countries, p. 163-169. Amsterdam: IOS, 1995.

1994

Korpela M (1994). Nigerian practice in computer systems development. A multidisciplinary theoretical framework, applied to health informatics. Doctoral dissertation. 1994. Helsinki University of Technology. Department of Computer Science. Reports TKO-A31.http://www.uef.fi/documents/1020021/1942317/Korpela-1994_DTech_NG-ISD.pdf

1992

Daini OA, Korpela M, Ojo JO, Soriyan HA (1992). The computer in a Nigerian teaching hospital: First-year experiences. In: Lun KC, Degoulet P, Piemme TE, Rienhoff O, eds. MEDINFO 92. Proceedings of the Seventh World Congress on Medical Informatics, Geneva, Switzerland, 6-10 September, 1992, Part 1, p. 230-235. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1992.

Korpela M (1992). Developing a hospital information system in Nigeria: A macroergonomical case study. In: Estryn-Behar M, Gadbois C, Pottier M, eds. Ergonomie Ð l’Hôpital – Hospital Ergonomics, International Symposium, Paris, France, 8-10 July 1991, p. 305-311. Toulouse: Octares, 1992.

Korpela M (1992). Health informatics in Africa: Ethics and appropriateness. In: Bhatnagar SC, Odedra M, eds. Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries. Proceedings of the IFIP WG 9.4 Conference, Nairobi, Kenya, 23-25 March 1992, p. 285-294. New Delhi: Tata McGraw-Hill, 1992.

Korpela M (1992). Systems development for development – is it possible, how, by whom? Abstract. In: Aiken R, ed. Education and Society: Information Processing 92, Vol II. IFIP 12th World Computer Congress, Madrid, Spain, 7-11 September 1992, p. 290. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1992.

1991

Makanjuola ROA, Daini OA, Soriyan HA, Korpela M (1991). Low-cost hospital informatics in Africa: The Ile-Ife experience. In: Adlassnig K-P, Grabner G, Bengtsson S, Hansen R, eds. Medical Informatics Europe 1991. Proceedings, Vienna, Austria, 19-22 August 1991, p. 111-115. Berlin: Springer, 1991.

1990

Korpela M (1990). The role of information systems ergonomics in developing countries. In: Bhatnagar SC, Bjorn-Andersen N, eds. Information Technology in Developing Countries. Proceedings of the IFIP TC8/TC9 conference, New Delhi, India, December 1988, p. 265-275. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1990.

Korpela M (1990). The Ife Project: Report 1989. Kuopio, Finland: University of Kuopio Press.http://www.uef.fi/documents/1020021/1942317/Korpela-1990_IfeReport.pdf