OHDSI MEETINGS THIS WEEK
OHDSI Community Call – Tuesday at 12pm ET
US TOLL: +1-415-655-0001
Meeting Number: 199 982 907
NLP workgroup meeting – Wednesday at 2pm ET
Dial in: +1 (571) 317-3122 (United States)
Conference ID: 707-196-421
Screen Sharing: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/707196421
Population-Level Estimation (Eastern hemisphere) workgroup meeting – Wednesday at 3pm Hong Kong time
Architecture Working Group – Thursday at 10am ET
GIS working group meeting – Next Monday (June 18th) at 10am ET
Meeting Number: 735 317 239
2018 OHDSI Symposium – REGISTER NOW
Registration is officially open for the 2018 OHDSI Symposium which will take place Friday, October 12th. You can register here: https://www.ohdsi.org/symposium-registration-2/
A separate registration for tutorials will open shortly. Tutorials will take place before and after the symposium on October 11th and 13th. More details about tutorials can be found here: https://www.ohdsi.org/tutorial-workshops/
2018 OHDSI Symposium – CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
The OHDSI Symposium Planning Committee are now accepting abstract submissions for the 2018 collaborator showcare. We are inviting collaborators to submit abstracts to present posters, software demonstration or oral presentations during the collaborator showcase which will take place during the main symposium on Friday, October 12th. More details are available here: https://www.ohdsi.org/collaborator-showcase/
China Hack-a-thon – Materials from the 2018 China Hack-a-thon are now online: https://www.ohdsi.org/past-events/
2018 China Symposium – This year’s China Symposium is taking place June 29th to July 1st in Guanzhou, China. More details are available here: https://www.ohdsi.org/events/2018-china-symposium/
Moving Study Materials to Guthub – We currently in the process of consolidating all OHDSI study materials on the OHDSI github and will be retiring the wiki page on Monday, June 18th. If you have study materials on the OHDSI wiki, please move them here: https://github.com/OHDSI/StudyProtocolSandbox
Completed studies should be moved here:
The word ‘happy’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.
– Carl Jung
Empowering genomic medicine by establishing critical sequencing result data flows: the eMERGE example
Harmonizing Outcomes for Genomic Medicine: Comparison of eMERGE Outcomes to ClinGen Outcome/Intervention Pairs
Reporting Data Quality Assessment Results: Identifying Individual and Organizational Barriers and Solutions.
A Data Quality Assessment Guideline for Electronic Health Record Data Reuse.
A Comparison of Data Quality Assessment Checks in Six Data Sharing Networks.
Constructing an Open-Access Bio-Signal Repository from Intensive Care Units.
Factors Influencing Progress of Health Information Exchange Organizations in the United States.