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Bring a method to predict the implementation impact of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool by modelling its end-users’ acceptance and effect (pre- and post-training about RAPIDx AI: (A set of computer algorithms in hospital emergency departments designed to help doctors provide better care for patients with symptoms that may relate to their heart) .
PROLIFERATE (An adaptable framework with tools to evaluate different processes, outputs, and products via participatory research) [2-4] is combined with Bayesian Statistics (Expert Knowledge Elicitation)  to estimate the parameters of the probability model that best fit the data via maximum likelihood, using the fitdist function of the fitdistrplus package of the R software.
PROLIFERATE_AI, formulates a quantifiable framework (and an algorithm) for informing the implementation of RAPIDx_AI and its impact, providing 95% probability prediction via point and interval estimates about the proportion of people who would use, understand, enjoy, keep using, and prefer RAPIDx AI. This simulation compares trained versus untrained end-users (Figure 1).
PROLIFERATE_AI, considers the non-linear characteristics of complex and adaptive acute care environments from an end-user perspective. This predictive procedure will monitor real-world clinical settings to address end-user-centric goals around better cardiac care through AI utilisation within 12 emergency departments in Australia. It will measure AI fitness via person-centred parameters. The forthcoming non-simulated evaluation has received Ethics approval (SACHREC): OfR no.272.20.
|Number of pages||2|
|Journal||Heart, Lung and Circulation|
|Issue number||Supplement 3|
|Publication status||Published - 5 Aug 2023|
|Event||71st Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cardiac Society of Australia and New Zealand - Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia|
Duration: 3 Aug 2023 → 6 Aug 2023
Conference number: 71st
- Digital Health
- prediction models
- impact assessment
- Implementation Science
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A winner of the Big Ideas video competition to improve the Australian health system. Consumer Health Forum of Australia, 2021.
Pinero de Plaza, Maria Alejandra (Recipient), 23 Feb 2021
Prize: Other distinctionFile
Hendriks, Jeroen (Recipient), 2022
Prize: Honorary award
- 3 Invited talk
Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Speaker)23 May 2023
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talkFile
Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza (Speaker)19 Oct 2022
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Invited talk
CAREPULSE - Community And Rural Experts Partnered for Understanding and Leveraging Strategic Endeavours in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary PreventionPinero de Plaza, D. M. A., Bester, C., Nesbitt, K., Hutchinson, C., Clark, R., Suebkinorn, O. & Beleigoli, A., 3 Nov 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) p. 1. 1 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Poster › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2 Downloads (Pure)
Co-designing, measuring, and optimizing innovations and solutions within complex adaptive health systemsPinero de Plaza, M. A., Yadav, L. & Kitson, A., 31 Mar 2023, In: Frontiers in Health Services. 3, 18 p., 1154614.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile21 Downloads (Pure)
Effectiveness of alternative versus traditional exercises on cardiac rehabilitation program utilization in women with or at high risk of cardiovascular disease: a systematic review protocolSuebkinorn, O., Ramos, J., Grace, S. L., Gebremichael, L., Bulamu, N. B., Pinero de Plaza, M. A., Dafny, H., Pearson, V., Hines, S., Dalleck, L., Coombes, J., Hendriks, J., Clark, R. & Beleigoli, A., 12 Jul 2023, (E-pub ahead of print) In: JBI Evidence Synthesis. 11 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Review article › peer-review