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Honors a peer-reviewed paper published during the prior calendar year in an AMIA or non-AMIA journal or conference proceedings, that best exemplifies the legacy and scholarship of Samantha Adams’s work at the intersection of informatics and ethics. Selection is determined by the AMIA Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues (ELSI) working group with the award presented annually at the AMIA Annual Symposium. This  award was established in March 2020.

2021

Persistent inequitable design and implementation of patient portals for users at the margins.

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA, 28(2), 276–283.

  • Goedhart, N. S.
  • Zuiderent-Jerak, T.
  • Woudstra, J.
  • Broerse, J.
  • Betten, A. W.
  • Dedding, C.

2020

"Just tell me what's going on": The views of parents of children with genetic conditions regarding the research use of their child's electronic health record.

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA, 27(3), 429–436.

  • Andrews, S. M.
  • Raspa, M.
  • Edwards, A.
  • Moultrie, R.
  • Turner-Brown, L.
  • Wagner, L.
  • Alvarez Rivas, A.
  • Frisch, M. K.
  • Wheeler, A. C.