OHDSI MEETINGS THIS WEEK
Patient Visualization Work Group Meeting – Tuesday at 2pm ET
– Webex: https://jjconferencing.webex.com/mw0401lsp13/mywebex/default.do?service=1&main_url=%2Fmc0901lsp13%2Fe.do%3Fsiteurl%3Djjconferencing%26AT%3DMI%26EventID%3D386219722%26MTID%3Dmcad14cd8ab3f94c3de90668079be00a5%26Host%3DQUhTSwAAAAI1biuIj-1Atqgne4Ri-lVqG4mXenNij5b5Cvdm5LQpsAkL0pCgoUhMSFUC4_0jGxlpU8UgZN4R45in4DiJQORj0%26FrameSet%3D2&siteurl=jjconferencing&nomenu=true
– Teleconference: 1-877-5659999 (US)
– Access code: 881 735 36
OHDSI Symposium 2016 – Registration closed
We’ve reached maximum capacity. We do however anticipate cancellations. If you’re interested in attending, put your name on the waiting list:
OHDSI Symposium 2016 – Tutorials registration closed
Registration for the 2016 OHDSI symposium tutorials is now closed. If you’d like to get on the waiting list, please complete the forms at the bottom of the links below:
Morning tutorials (8am-12pm) :
Common Data Model & Extract-Transform-Load (ETL)
Afternoon tutorials (1-5pm) :
OHDSI Technology Stack
Full-day tutorial (8am-5pm) :
Population-level Estimation for Medical Product Safety Surveillance and Comparative Effectiveness Research
OHDSI Symposium – Poster presenters
A poster template is available on the OHDSI library:
All posters should be 48in wide x 36in tall.
An OHDSI Methods tutorial took place last week. This was the first ever OHDSI tutorial. We’re excited to be offering more tutorials this September at the symposium.
Impact of general practitioner on perceived quality of care and monitoring maternal-newborn health outcomes in developing countries.
Bacterial clinical infectious diseases ontology (BCIDO) dataset.
Adverse drug reactions in a primary care population prescribed non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
Biomedical informatics advancing the national health agenda: the AMIA 2015 year-in-review in clinical and consumer informatics