Dr Patrick Pang is an experienced educator and researcher and is currently teaching at the University of Melbourne and Deakin University in Australia. He received his PhD from the University of Melbourne and has many years of industry working experience in the public IT sector. He specialises in inter-disciplinary research studying how data can facilitate smart governance and improve people's wellbeing.
Some of his recent research investigates the governance of the Australian national electronic health records, the information-driven decision making of patients, and the IT adoption in social care. He is also interested in applying AI and big data analytics as a new research methodology in socio-technical settings. His work is recognised internationally in prestigious journals such as Journal of Medical Internet Research (the most-cited digital health journal), Information Processing and Management (SCI/SSCI Q1) and Future Generation Computer Systems (SCI Q1).
Recent News and Activities
2020. Roles of Information Propagation of Chinese Microblogging Users in Epidemics: A Crisis Management Perspective. Internet Research, (Accepted)
2020. Privacy Concerns of the Australian My Health Record: Implications for Other Large-scale Opt-out Personal Health Records. Information Processing and Management, 102364. doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2020.102364 PDF
2020. Intention of Use of the Patient-centric Research Engagement Portal (PREP). Proceedings of the 24th Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS 2020), 146, pp. 1-14, AIS. PDF