- Associate Dean
- Graduate Studies, School of
- Office: B614
- Phone: (403) 332-4403
- Phone: (403) 332-4403
- Management - Info Systems
- Office: M4011
- Phone: (403) 329-2686
DegreesB.Mgt. (Accounting, Management Information Systems), M.Sc. (Management, Information Systems), Ph.D. (Business Administration, Information Systems)
ExpertiseIS adoption and diffusion, End-user computing, End-user training and learning, Self-efficacy theory and attribution theory, Change management, e-Health, Methodological issues, Causal modeling
Research AreasIT, E-health, and wellness adoption and diffusion, Self-efficacy theory and attribution theory, Methodological issues, IS and small business, Change management
Previous Research AreasIT, E-Health, and Wellness Adoption and Diffusion, Self-Efficacy Theory and Attribution Theory, IS and Small Business, Change Management
Office HoursMonday 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Wednesday 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM
About MeI am an alumna of the University of Lethbridge, where I earned my BMgt in accounting and information systems and my MSc (Mgt). I received my PhD in information systems from the Richard Ivey School of Business at the University of Western Ontario. In addition to several years in the private sector, I am currently an associate professor in the information systems area of the Faculty of Management and Acting Associate Dean of the School of Graduate Studies.
Research InterestsResearch fields in which Helen has an interest include E-Health and Wellness Adoption and Diffusion, End-User Training and Learning, Computer Self-Efficacy and Attribution Theory, Methodological Issues, and IS and Small Business.
Current Research and Creative Activity
|Title||Location||Grant Information||Principal Investigator||Co Researchers|
|Reducing the Demand for Health Services - Co-opting Corporate Canada||Ontario plus other Canadian Provinces||
Change foundation founded by Ontario Hospital Association, $80,000.
||D. Sharpe, University of Western Ontario||A. Downey, University of Lethbridge; H. Kelley, University of Lethbridge|
|The Clinical and Economic Impacts of E-Health on Diabetes||Southern Alberta||
Lawson Foundation, $105,000.
||Angela Downey, University of Lethbridge; Helen Kelley, University of Lethbridge||M. Chiasson, Lancaster University; D. Pacaud, University of Calgary; C. Andres, Chinook Health|