Carolyn McGregor

Carolyn McGregorCanada Research Chair in Health Informatics

PhD (Comp Sc), B. App. Sc (Comp Sc, 1st Hons), SMIEEE, MACM


Personal Profile:

Dr. Carolyn McGregor is the Canada Research Chair in Health Informatics based at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada. She received her bachelor of applied science in computer science honours degree, and her PhD degree in computer science from the University of Technology, Sydney. Dr McGregor has led pioneering research in event stream processing, temporal data stream data mining, business process modelling and service oriented architectures. She now progresses this research within the context of health and medicine for advanced support for clinical management and research.

Through industry consultancy, Carolyn has provided strategic guidance, in the areas of Decision Support, Data Warehousing and Data Mining, to some of Australia's leading corporations such as St George Bank, Woolworths, Commonwealth Bank, The Mortgage Company (Westpac) and the NSW TAB. The Financial Controller of The Mortgage Company was quoted as saying that "Carolyn's single handed scoping, development, implementation and communication of Executive Information Systems, covering all technical and business aspects, is outstanding".

In 2001, she was the first Australian to be invited to complete a prestigious three month research internship with IBM's TJ Watson Research Center in Yorktown, NY, usually only offered to American researchers.

In 2007, she was awarded a prestigious Canada Research Chair in Health Informatics at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

Professor McGregor has a track record of leadership in Health Informatics across, research, teaching, university governance and service to the profession. She established, grew and led Health Informatics Research at the University of Western Sydney where her internationally recognised research was supported by over $AU1 million in grant funding from sources such as the Australian Research Council and the Telstra Broadband Fund. Since her arrival in Canada in 2007 she has led innovative Health Informatics Research that has been supported by almost $5 million in funding from research agencies in Canada and China and industry partners. This has enabled her to establish and grow Health Informatics Research at UOIT.

Professor McGregor is an international leading researcher in the area of critical care health informatics and in particular neonatal health informatics for which she has specialised for over 12 years. She has over 80 refereed publications, filed 3 patents and has established two startup companies.

In Canada, she has provided strategic consultative support to Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Services and Providence Care in the area of Patient Journey Modelling to support their transition to new electronic health records. She has extensive research collaborations with Neonatal Intensive Care Units and Intensive Care Units in Canada, China, USA, Australia and Ireland.

She is the Canadian representative for the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) and is the inaugural IEEE EMBS representative for IEEE Women in Engineering. In 2008 she was awarded a multi-million dollar IBM First of a Kind Research (FOAK) Award. In 2009 she received the IBM Infosphere Innovation award for her UOIT based team’s role in project Artemis. In 2010 she was awarded the UOIT Early Career Research Excellence Award. In 2011 she was one of four international innovators featured in the IBM Centennial “Wild Ducks” video, also now available on YouTube.

In 2012 an Artificial Intelligence in Medicine paper she co-authored with a former PhD student in 2007 was recognised as the 3rd most cited article in that journal in the six years since 2007.

Research Areas:
Health Informatics, Intelligent Clinical Decision Support Systems, Stream computuing, Temporal Data Mining, Critical Care Health Informatics, Neonatal Health Informatics, Cloud Computing in Healthcare, Patient Journey Modeling and Women in Computing and IT

Contact Information:
Office:   UB4035
Phone:  905.721.8668 x 3697
Email:   carolyn.mcgregor@uoit.ca
 

Refereed Journal Articles:

1. McGregor, C., (2011), “Methodologies for implementing clinical applications of complexity at the bedside”, Journal of Critical Care 26 (3) p. e18
2. Catley, C., Smith, K., McGregor, C., James, A., & Eklund, J. M. (2011). “A Framework for Multidimensional Real-Time Data Analysis: A Case Study for the Detection of Apnoea of Prematurity”. International Journal of Computational Models and Algorithms in Medicine (IJCMAM), 2(1), 16-37. doi:10.4018/jcmam.2011010102
3. Andrew J.E. Seely, Stuart A. Kauffman, Jason H.T. Bates, Peter T. Macklem, Béla Suki, John C. Marshall, Andriy I. Batchinsky, Jose Luis Perez-Velazquez, Adam Seiver, Carolyn McGregor, Geoffrey Maksym, Markad V. Kamath, Thomas Similowski, Timothy G. Buchman, Christophe Letellier, Marcel Filoche, Martin G. Frasch, Christian Straus, Leon Glass, Paul J. Godin, et al. (2011), “Proceedings from the Montebello Round Table Discussion. Second annual conference on Complexity and Variability discusses research that brings innovation to the bedside”, Journal of Critical Care 26 (3) p. 325-327
4. Sow, D., McGregor C., (2011), “Synergies of the complexity continuum and the stream computing paradigm”, Journal of Critical Care 26 (3) p. e29-e30
5. Blount, M., Ebling, M., Eklund, J.M., James, A.G., McGregor, C., Percival N., Smith, K., Sow, D., (2010), “Real -Time Analysis for Intensive Care: Development and Deployment of the Artemis Analytic System”, IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology Magazine, 29 (2), pp 110-118
6. MacDougall, C., McGregor, C., Percival, J., (2010), “The Fusion of Clinical Guidelines with Technology: Trends & Challenges”, Electronic Journal of Health Informatics, 5(2): e14, pp 1-10
7. McGregor, C., (2010), Methodologies and applications of continuous variability analysis, Journal of Critical Care 25 (3) p. e6
8. McGregor, C, & Eklund, JM, (2010), “Next generation remote critical care through service-oriented architectures: Challenges and Opportunities”, Journal of Service Oriented Computing and Applications, 4 (1), pp 33-43
9. Seely, A. J. E., Macklem, P. T., Béla Suki, Ary Goldberger, Paul Godin, Andriy I. Batchinsky, Andre Longtin, Gwynne Jones, Adam Seiver, Carolyn McGregor, Patrick Norris, Geoffrey Maksym, Douglas Lake, Madalena Damasio Costa, John C. Marshall, John A. Morris, J. Randall Moorman, Ryan C. Arnold, Jose Luis Perez-Velazquez, Vera Nenadovic (2010), “The Wakefield roundtable discussion on complexity and variability at the bedside”, Journal of Critical Care 25 (3) p. 536-537
10. McGregor, C., Maeder, A., (2009), “eHealth and Services Computing in Healthcare”, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research, 4(2), i-ii
11. Percival J., Catley C., McGregor C., James A., (2009), “A Design for Modelling the Impact of Information and Communication Technologies on Information Flows in Neonatal Intensive Care Units”, special volume of Studies in Computational Intelligence, (Springer) on Intelligent Patient Management, S. McClean et al. (Eds.), Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2009, pp147-169
12. Stacey, M and McGregor, C., (2007), “Survey Paper: Temporal Abstraction in Intelligent Clinical Data Analysis”, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, vol. 39, no. 1, pp 1-24, ** See Paper Awards **
13. McGregor, C., Kneale, B., & Tracy, M., (2007), “On-Demand Virtual Neonatal Intensive Care Units Supporting Rural, Remote and Urban Healthcare with Bush Babies Broadband”, Journal of Network and Computer Applications, vol. 30, no 4, pp 1309-1323, ISSN 1084-8045, ISI Web of Knowledge Impact Factor 1.071 (2006)
14. McGregor, C. (2007), “A Framework for the Design of Web Service Based Clinical Management Systems to support Inter and Intra Organizational Patient Journeys”, International Journal of Healthcare Information Systems and Informatics, vol. 2, no. 2, pp 21-35, ISSN 1555 3396
15. Foster, D., McGregor, C., (2006), “Design of an Agent Server for Neonatal Analysis and Trend Detection” International Transactions on Systems Science and Applications, vol. 1, no. 1, pp 27-34, ISSN 1751-1461 (print), 1751-147X (CD-ROM)
16. McGregor, C., Schiefer, J., zur Muehlen, M., (2006), “A Shareable Web Service Based IDSS Infrastructure for On-Demand Business Process Management”, International Journal of Business Process Integration and Management (IJBPIM), vol. 1, no. 3, pp 156-174, ISSN 1741-8763 (print), 1741-8771 (online)
17. McGregor C., and Schiefer, J., (2004) “A Web Service based Framework for Analysing and Measuring Business Performance”, Information Systems and e-Business Management Journal, vol. 2, no. 1, pp 89-110, ISSN 1617-9846

Refereed Book Chapters:

1. McGregor, C., (2009), “A Framework for the Design of Web Service Based Clinical Management Systems to Support Inter and Intra Organizational Patient Journeys, Medical Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Hershey, PA: IGI Global, Chapter 2.6.
2. McGregor, C., (2009), “Mobility in Healthcare for Remote Intensive Care Unit Clinical Management” Medical Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Hershey, PA: Global, Chapter 3.3
3. McGregor, C., (2006), “Mobility in Healthcare for Remote Intensive Care Unit Clinical Management”. In B. Unhelkar (Ed.), Handbook of Research in Mobile Business: Technical, Methodological and Social Perspective. Hershey, PA, UWA: IDEA Group Publishing, pp83-95, ISBN 1-59140-817-2
4. McGregor, C., (2002), “The Impact of Business Performance Monitoring on WfMC Standards”, Workflow Handbook 2002, Future Strategies Inc, Lighthouse Point, FL, pp51-64, ISBN 0-9703509-2-9

Refereed Conference Paper:

1. Bressan, N., James, A., McGregor, C., (2012), “Trends and Opportunities for Integrated Real Time Neonatal Clinical Decision Support”, proceedings of the IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI 2012), Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, pp 687-90
2. Kamaleswaran, R., McGregor, C., James, A., (2012), “A Novel Framework for Event Stream Processing of Clinical Practice Guidelines”, proceedings of the IEEE-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI 2012), Hong Kong and Shenzhen, China, pp 933-6
3. McGregor, C., Steadman, A., Percival, J., James., A., (2012) “A Method for Modeling Health Informatics Capacity in Patient Journeys Supported by Interprofessional Teams”, 2012, proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, HICSS’45, Maui, Hawaii, pp 2790-99
4. McGregor, C., 2011, “A Cloud Computing Framework for Real-time Rural and Remote Service of Critical Care”, IEEE Computer Based Medical Systems, Bristol, UK, 6 pages CDROM
5. McGregor, C., Catley, C., James, A., Padbury, J., “Next Generation Neonatal Health Informatics with Artemis”, Medical Informatics Europe, pp 115-119
6. McGregor, C., Catley, C., James, “A Process Mining Driven Framework for Clinical Guideline Improvement in Critical Care”, Learning from Medical Data Streams 13th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine (LEMEDS), pp 35-46
7. Eklund, J. M., Catley, C., McGregor, C., James, A., (2011), “Detection Of Apnoea In Newborn Infants Using Impedance Respiratory Wave Data”, IASTED International Conference on Imaging and Signal Processing in Healthcare and Technology (ISPHT 2011), Washington, 5 pages
8. Bjering H., McGregor, C., (2010), “A Multidimensional Temporal Abstractive Data Mining Framework”, Australasian Workshop On Health Informatics and Knowledge Mgmt, pp 29-38 ** AWARDED BEST PAPER **
9. Percival, J., McGregor, C., Percival, N., Kamaleswaran, R., Tuuha, S., (2010), “A Framework for Nursing Documentation enabling Integration with EHR and Real-time Patient Monitoring”, 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, 468-73
10. Catley, C., Smith, K., McGregor C., James, A., Eklund, J.M., (2010), “A Framework to Model and Translate Clinical Rules to Support Complex Real-time Analysis of Physiological and Clinical Data”, 1st ACM International Health Informatics Symposium, 307-15
11. Blount, M., McGregor, C., James, A., Sow, D., Kamaleswaran, R., Tuuha, S., Percival, J., Percival, N. (2010), “On the Integration of an Artifact System and a Real-Time Healthcare Analytics System”, 1st ACM International Health Informatics Symposium, 647-655
12. Nizami, S, Green, J., Eklund, J. M., McGregor, C., (2010), “Heart Disease Classification through HRV analysis using Parallel Cascade Identification and Fast Orthogonal Search”, IEEE International Workshop on Medical Measurements and Applications (MeMeA), pp 134-9
13. Kamaleswaran, R., McGregor, C., Eklund, M., (2010) “A Method for Clinical and Physiological Event Stream Processing”, 32nd International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, pp 1170-3
14. Goldie, J., McGregor, C., Murphy, B., (2010) “Determining Levels of Arousal using Electrocardiography: A study of HRV during Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation”, 32nd International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina, pp 1198-1201
15. Heath, J., McGregor, C., (2010), “CRISP-DM0 : A method to extend CRISP-DM to support null hypothesis driven confirmatory data mining”, Advances in Health Informatics Conference, May, pp 96-101
16. Joshi, A., McGregor, C. And Percival, J., (2010), “The use of technology to support the patient’s journey: a pilot study in Indian Neonatal Intensive Care Units”, Advances in Health Informatics Conference, May, pp 34-39
17. McGregor, C., Sow, D., James, A., Blount, M., Ebling, M., Eklund, JM., Smith, K., (2009), “Collaborative Research on an Intensive Care Decision Support System utilizing Physiological Data Streams”, Fall 09 Symposium of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA), pp 1124-6
18. McGregor, C., Smith, K. and Eklund, M., (2009), “A Survey of Recent Physiological Monitoring and Transmission to Support the Service of Critical Care, 22nd IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, (CBMS2009), 7 pages
19. Catley, C., Smith, K., McGregor, C and Tracy, M., (2009), “Extending CRISP-DM to Incorporate Temporal Data Mining of Multi-dimensional Medical Data Streams: A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Case Study”, 22nd IEEE International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems, (CBMS2009), 5 pages
20. MacDougall, C., Percival, J. and McGregor, C., (2009) “Integrating Health Information Technology into Clinical Guidelines”, 31st International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, Minneapolis, MN, pp 4646-9
21. Kamaleswaran, R., McGregor, C., Percival, J., (2009) “Service Oriented Architecture for the integration of clinical and physiological data for real-time event processing”, 31st International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, Minneapolis, MN, pp 1667-70
22. McGregor, C., & Smith, K., (2009), “A Survey of Physiological Monitoring Data Models to support the Service of Critical Care”, Second IEEE Int. Workshop On Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications (RTSOAA 2009), in association with 2009 33rd Annual IEEE International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC 09), Seattle, pp 104-9.
23. McGregor, C, & Eklund, JM, 2009, “Standards for Physiological Data Transmission and Archiving for the Support of the Service of Critical Care”, The 2nd Joint Workshop On High Confidence Medical Devices, Software, and Systems (HCMDSS) and Medical Device Plug-and-Play (MD PnP) Interoperability, San Francisco, 6 pages
24. McGregor, C, & Eklund, JM, 2008, “Real-time Service Oriented Architecture to Support Remote Critical Care: Trends and Challenges”, First IEEE Int.Workshop On Real-Time Service-Oriented Architecture and Applications (RTSOAA 2008), Finland, July, 08, 1199-1204
25. Catley, C, Stratti, H & McGregor, C, 2008, Multi-Dimensional Temporal Abstraction and Data Mining of Medical Time Series Data: Trends and Challenges, 30th International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, 4322-5
26. Catley, C, McGregor, C, Percival J, Curry, JM, James, A, 2008, Multi-dimensional Knowledge Translation: Enabling Health Informatics Capacity Audits Using Patient Journey Models. 30th International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, 1502-5
27. McGregor, C, Percival, J, Curry, JM, Foster D, Anstey, E, Churchill, D, 2008, A Structured Approach to Requirements Gathering Creation Using PaJMa Models. 30th International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, 1506-9
28. Eklund, JM, McGregor, C, & Smith, KP, 2008, A Method for Physiological Data Transmission to Support the Service of Critical Care Using DICOM and HL7. 30th International IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society Conference, 1486-9
29. McGregor, C., Smith, K. P & Percival J, Women in Biomedical Engineering and Health Informatics and its impact on Gender Representation for Accepted Publications at IEEE EMBC 2007. Submitted to 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC08), 2881-4
30. McGregor, C., (2007), “Simulated Neonatal Intensive Care Units To Support Neonatologist International Mobility”, IASTED TeleHealth, Montreal, Canada, pp 124-129
31. Stacey, M., McGregor, C., Tracy, M., (2007), “An architecture for multi-dimensional temporal abstraction and its application to support neonatal intensive care”, 29th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC07), Lyon, France, pp 3752-3756
32. McGregor, C., Stacey, M, (2007), “High Frequency Distributed Data Stream Event Correlation to Improve Neonatal Clinical Management”, Inaugural International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems (DEBS 07), Toronto, Canada, CD-ROM, 6 pages
33. Curry, J., McGregor, C., Tracy, S., (2007), “A Systems Development Lifecycle Approach to Patient Journey Modelling Projects”, MedInfo, Brisbane, Australia, 905-909
34. McGregor, C. and Morris B., (2006), “A Survey of Recent Research to Support Remote Neonatal Intensive Care via Mobile Devices”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Information Management and Business (IMB 2006), Sydney, Australia, ISBN 1 74108 122 X, pp 422-428
35. Curry, J., McGregor, C., Tracy, S., (2006), “A Communication Tool to Improve the Patient Journey Modeling Process”, The 28th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC06), New York, August 30 – September, 3, pp 4726-4730
36. Foster, D., McGregor, C., (2006), “Design of an Agent Server for Neonatal Analysis and Trend Detection” Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems for Medicine, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (MAS*BIOMED) in association with the 5th International Joint conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS 06), Hakodate, Japan, May 8-12, pp 47-59
37. Curry, J., McGregor, C., Tracy, S., (2006), “Incorporating Balanced Scorecards into the Patient Journey Modelling Process”, Health Informatics Conference, Sydney, Australia, CDROM, 7 pages
38. McGregor, C., Kneale, B., & Tracy, M., (2005)., “Bush Babies Broadband: On-Demand Virtual Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Support for Regional Australia”, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Information Technology and Applications (ICITA), Sydney, Australia, IEEE, ISBN 0-7695-2316-1, pp 113-117, Acceptance Rate: ~26%
39. McGregor, C., Heath, J., & Wei, M. (2005), “A Web Service Based Framework for the Transmission of Physiological Data for Local and Remote Neonatal Intensive Care”, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service, Hong Kong, IEEE pp 496-501, Acceptance Rate: ~25% (Cited by 12)
40.Curry, J., McGregor, C., Tracy, S., (2005), “Deficiencies of Process Reengineering in its Support for Healthcare Redesign”, Innovation Conference, Penrith, Australia, 19-20, ISBN 1 74108 083 5 awarded best paper in Computing and IT track
41. Foster, D., McGregor, C., El-Masri, S., (2005), “A Survey of Agent-Based Intelligent Decision Support Systems to Support Clinical Management and Research” Proceedings of the Workshop on Multi-Agent Systems for Medicine, Computational Biology and Bioinformatics (MAS*BIOMED) in association with the 4th International Joint conference on Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (AAMAS 05), Utrecht, Netherlands, pp 16-34
42. McGregor, C., Purdy, M., & Kneale, B. (2005), “Compression of XML Physiological Data Streams to Support Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Web Services”, Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on e-Technology, e-Commerce and e-Service, Hong Kong, IEEE pp 486-489
43. McGregor, C., (2005), “e-Baby Web Services to Support Local and Remote Neonatal Intensive Care”, Health Informatics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 6 pages, CD-ROM, ISBN 0 9751013 5 8
44. Foster, D., McGregor, C., (2005), “Overview of an Agent-Based IDSS Framework for Neonatal Analysis and Trend Detection”, Health Informatics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 5 pages, CDROM, ISBN 0 9751013 5 8
45. Health, J., McGregor, C., Smoleniec, J., (2005), “DataBabes: A Case Study in Feto-Maternal Clinical Data Mining”, Health Informatics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 6 pages, CDROM, ISBN 0 9751013 5 8
46. Curry, J., McGregor, C., (2005), “The Current State of Patient Journey Redesign in Australia”, Health Informatics Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 9 pages CDROM, ISBN 0 9751013 5 8
47. Foster, D, McGregor, C., Tracy, M., (2005), “e-Baby: Supporting Clinical Research in NICUs”, Innovation Conference, Penrith, Australia, pp 9-10, ISBN 1 74108 083 5
48. Stacy, M., McGregor, C., Tracy, M., (2005), “Knowledge Based Temporal Abstraction Within The Neonatal Intensive Care Domain”, Innovation Conference, Penrith, Australia, pp 35-36 ISBN 1 74108 083 5
49. Schiefer, J., McGregor, C., (2004) “Correlating Events for Monitoring Business Processes”, proceedings of the 2004 International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems, ICEIS 2004, Portugal, CDROM, 8 pages, Acceptance Rate: ~14%
50. Foster, D., McGregor, C., (2004), “Intelligent Decision Support Systems For Medical Trend Detection”, 2004 UWS CSTE Innovation Conference, Penrith, Australia, 2 pages
51. Heath, J, McGregor, C., (2004), “Research Issues in Intelligent Decision Support”, 2004 UWS CSTE Innovation Conference, Penrith, Australia, 3 pages
52. McGregor C., and Schiefer, J., (2003) “A Framework for Analysing and Measuring Business Performance with Web Services”, Proceedings of the 2003 IEEE Conference on E-Commerce, CEC’03, Newport Beach, CA, pp 405-412, ISBN 0-7695-1969-5
53. McGregor C., (2003b) “A Method to extend BPEL4WS to enable Business Performance Measurement”, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Web Services, ICWS’03, Las Vegas, pp 46-51, ISBN 1-892512-49-1
54. McGregor C., (2003a) “Balanced Scorecard Driven Business Process Definition”, Proceedings of the 36th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, HICSS’36, Hawaii, CDROM, 8 pages, ISBN 0-7695-1875-5, IEEE, nominated for best paper
55. McGregor, C. and Kumaran S., (2002b), “Business Process Monitoring Using Web Services in B2B Commerce”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Workshop on Internet Computing and E-Commerce(ICEC’02), April 2002, Fort Lauderdale, USA, CDROM, 8 pages, ISSN 1530-2075, IEEE
56. McGregor, C. and Kumaran S., (2002a), “An Agent-Based System for Trading Partner Management in B2B Commerce”, Proceedings of the 12th International Workshop on Research Issues on Data Engineering (RIDE-2EC’2002), February 2002, San Jose, USA, pp 84-89, ISSN 1066-1395, IEEE
57. McGregor C., Bryan, G.M., Curry, J. & Tracy M., (2002) “The e-Baby Data Warehouse: Data Visualisation Support for NICUs”, Proceedings of the 35th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, HICSS’35, Hawaii, CDROM, 7 pages, ISBN 0-7695-1435-9, IEEE
58. Bryan, G.M., Holdsworth, D., Sharply, R., Curry, J & McGregor C., (2002) “Using XML to facilitate information management across multiple Local Government Agencies”, Proceedings of the 35th Hawaii International Conference on Systems Sciences, HICSS’35, Hawaii, CDROM, 10 pages, ISBN 0-7695-1435-9
59. McGregor, C., 2000, “Intelligent Workflow Monitoring Systems”, Proceedings of Doctoral Consortium of the Australian Conference of Information Systems, December, 2000, Brisbane, Australia

Refereed Abstract:

1. Percival, J., McGregor, C., 2011, “Extending The Patient Journey Modeling Architecture (PaJMa) Framework To Integrate E-Health Systems”, INFORMS Healthcare 2011
2. Taylor, R., Percival, J., McGregor, C., 2011, “Comparison Of Data Collection Techniques And Their Effectiveness For Process Improvement In Healthcare”, INFORMS Healthcare 2011
3. Smoleniec, J., Heath, S., Heath, J., & McGregor, C. (2005) DataBabes: A Case Study in Fetal-maternal Clinical Data Mining, Poster, Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference (PSANZ) , Sydney, Poster
4. Smoleniec, J., Heath, S., Heath, J., & McGregor, C. (2004) Fetal-maternal Data Warehouse and Data Mining, Poster, Perinatal Society of Australia and New Zealand Annual Conference (PSANZ) , Sydney, Poster