Monika Nair

Doctoral Student at Service Management and Logistics

Monika Nair (previously Jurkeviciute) works as a PhD candidate in the Service Management and Logistics division, and the research centre Centre for Healthcare Improvement. Her research focuses on the value and necessary evidence for market adoption and reimbursement of the digital technologies in healthcare.

Monika was also a researcher in the European Union research project "Digital environment for Cognitive Inclusion" (DECI). DECI implemented new care organization models, through the support of a digital environment model targeted at elderly with Cognitive Impairment, based on innovative technologies, information sharing, data interoperability and replicable logics. The project was conducted in Sweden, Italy, Spain, and Israel.

Monika is a member of the MIRAI network that enables collaboration between the researchers in Sweden and Japan.

Teaching experience (Masters level):
​SSY115 Health Informatics; TEK170 Six Sigma Black Belt; TEK430 Change management and improvement processes; TEK161 Design for Quality. Monika has also supervised a number of Master thesis projects.

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Showing 7 publications

2020

Identifying the Value of an eHealth Intervention Aimed at Cognitive Impairments: Observational Study in Different Contexts and Service Models

Monika Nair, Lex Van Velsen, Henrik Eriksson et al
Journal of Medical Internet Research. Vol. 22 (10), p. e17720-
Journal article
2020

Exploring the Use of Evidence From the Development and Evaluation of an Electronic Health (eHealth) Trial: Case Study

Monika Nair, Henrik Eriksson
Journal of Medical Internet Research. Vol. 22 (8)
Journal article
2020

Long-term GAIT speed telemonitoring in older adults with mild cognitive impairment or mild dementia. The DECI study

Lorenzo M Donini, Alberto Rainoldi, Luca C. Feletti et al
Innovation in Aging. Vol. 3 (Supplement 1), p. S333-S333
Journal article
2019

An Italian business case for an eHealth platform to provide remote monitoring and coaching services for elderly with mild cognitive impairment and mild dementia

Monika Jurkeviciute, Lex Van Velsen, Pietro Davide Trimarchi et al
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies for Ageing Well and e-Health (ICT4AWE 2019), p. 28-37
Paper in proceedings
2019

Standards as applied in reality: a case study on the translation of standards in eHealth evaluation practice

Monika Jurkeviciute
BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making. Vol. 19 (1)
Journal article
2018

Assessing eHealth initiatives: Do theoretical frameworks matter in practice?

Monika Jurkeviciute, Emanuele Lettieri, Amia Enam et al
Conference poster

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2015–2018

Digital Environment for Cognitive Inclusion (DECI)

Andreas Hellström Service Management and Logistics
Henrik Eriksson Service Management and Logistics
Patrik Alexandersson Service Management and Logistics
Monika Jurkeviciute Service Management and Logistics
European Commission (EC)

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