WEEKLY COMMUNITY CALL MEETING
Please join our next community call on Tuesday, Jan. 23 (11 am ET) for a session focused on the recent UK Study-A-Thon, held last November at Saint Hilda’s College. The event focused on use of fluoroquinolones across geographies and over time, as well as on the epidemiology and characterization of rectal prolapse and rectopexy. At the end of an intense week, the team generated three draft manuscripts almost ready for submission, and at least four conference abstracts were in the making.
We will hear from leaders from the Study-A-Thon during the call:
• Daniel Prieto-Alhambra – Professor of Pharmaco- and Device Epidemiology,
University of Oxford
• Katherine Donegan – Head of Epidemiology, MHRA
• Jennifer Lane – NIHR Clinical Lecturer in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Barts Bone and Joint Health, Queen Mary University of London
• Annika Jodicke – Senior Researcher in Pharmacoepidemiology, University of Oxford
Everybody is invited. Calendar invites went out last week. If you did not receive one, please use this link to join the meeting. All recordings from these weekly calls are available within our Teams environment and will be posted on both our YouTube page and our OHDSI.org Community Calls page.
• Congratulations to the team of Xu Zuo, Yujia Zhou, Jon Duke, George Hripcsak, Nigam Shah, Juan Banda, Ruth Reeves, Timothy Miller, Lemuel Waitman, Karthik Natarajan, and Hua Xu on the publication of Standardizing Multi-site Clinical Note Titles to LOINC Document Ontology: A Transformer-based Approach in the AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings.
• Congratulations to the team of Huzaifa Khan, Abu Saleh Mohammad Mosa, Vyshnavi Paka, Md Kamruz Zaman Rana, Vasanthi Mandhadi, Soliman Islam, Hua Xu, James C McClay, Sraboni Sarker, Praveen Rao, and Lemuel Waitman on the publication of Mapping Clinical Documents to the Logical Observation Identifiers, Names and Codes (LOINC) Document Ontology using Electronic Health Record Systems Structured Metadata in the AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings.
• Congratulations to the team of Joel Swerdel and Mitchell Conover on the publication of Comparing broad and narrow phenotype algorithms: differences in performance characteristics and immortal time incurred in the Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences.
Registration is open for the 2024 Oxford Summer School: Real world evidence using the OMOP Common Data Model, which will be held June 17-21, 2024 at the University of Oxford. The Real World Evidence Summer School will provide participants with the tools and concepts necessary to plan and execute Real World Evidence studies, with a focus on the use of the OMOP common data model. Learn more about the program here.
• Research from the 2023 Global Symposium Collaborator Showcase can be viewed on the Global Symposium Showcase page. Research is also being shared daily on OHDSI’s LinkedIn, Twitter/X and Instagram feeds as part of the #OHDSISocialShowcase. Below are posters (with study leads) that are featured this week:
Monday — Mapping of Critical Care EHR Flowsheet data to the OMOP CDM via SSSOM (Polina Talapova)
Tuesday — Paving the way to estimate daily dose in OMOP CDM for Drug Utilisation Studies in DARWIN EU® (Theresa Burkard)
Wednesday — Generating Synthetic Electronic Health Records in OMOP using GPT (Chao Peng)
Thursday — Comparing concepts extracted from clinical Dutch text to conditions in the structured data (Tom Seinen)
Friday — Finding a constrained number of predictor phenotypes for multiple outcome prediction (Jenna Repa)
There is an opening for a Data Steward position** at the EBMT. Among the responsibilities is the design, implementation and testing of new data collection processes including data collection forms (DCFs) development, as well as the mapping of new items from DCFs to the OMOP CDM.
The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill CTSA are hiring a Research Informatics Specialist! This is a remote position (US only, with mostly East Coast hours).
This person will join a skilled and highly collaborative team of data analysts, software developers, and data scientists within our CTSA. The core purpose of this position is to support the All of Us Center for Linkage and Acquisition of Data project. We are looking for folks with SQL and health care and/or claims data experience, especially OMOP.
Apply here: https://unc.peopleadmin.com/postings/272920
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