OHDSI MEETINGS THIS WEEK
2019 OHDSI F2F – June 3-4th at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH
Event page: https://www.ohdsi.org/events/2019-ohdsi-face-to-face/
Gold Standard Phenotype Library WG meeting – Tuesday at 10am ET
Book of OHDSI WG meeting – No meeting this week
OHDSI Community Call – No meeting this week
Common Data Model & Vocabulary WG meeting – Meeting re-scheduled to next week (Tuesday, June 11th)
ATLAS workgroup meeting – Wednesday at 10am ET
*ACHILLES 2.0 working group meeting – Wednesday at 2pm ET
*Population-Level Estimation WG (Western Hemisphere) – Thursday at 12pm ET
GIS Working Group Meeting – Next Monday (June 10th) at 10am ET
Meeting Number: 735 317 239
You can find a full list of upcoming OHDSI meetings here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1X0oa9R-V8cwpF1WQZDJOqcXZguPKRiCZ6XrQ2zXMiuQ/edit
*Meetings may be re-scheduled due to OHDSI F2F, please confirm with WG lead
Looking for presenters for upcoming OHDSI community calls We are looking for collaborators to share their work on upcoming OHDSI calls. If you are interested in presenting on an upcoming OHDSI call please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
2019 OHDSI Symposium – REGISTER NOW! – It’s official! Registration is now open for the 2019 OHDSI Symposium. This year’s OHDSI Symposium will take place September 15-17th 2019 at the Bethesda North Marriott, with the main symposium on Monday, September 16th and tutorials on September 15th and 17th. You can register here: https://www.ohdsi.org/symposium-registration-3/
For more information on the symposium, check out the 2019 OHDSI Symposium event page: https://www.ohdsi.org/events/2019-ohdsi-symposium/
2019 OHDSI Symposium – CALL FOR PARTICIPATION – The 2019 OHDSI Symposium Planning Committee is now accepting abstracts for the collaborator showcase. We are accepting admissions for posters, oral presentations and software demonstrations. For more details about submission types and topics of interest, please check out our collaborator showcase page: https://www.ohdsi.org/collaborator-showcase-2/
The deadline for abstract submissions is 8pm ET on Monday, June 24th, 2019.
For more details about submission guidelines and to submit your abstract, please check out our submissions page: https://www.ohdsi.org/collaborator-showcase-submissions/
2019 OHDSI Symposium – ABSTRACT MENTORSHIP – If you want like extra support with your abstract submission for this year’s collaborator showcase, you can request a mentor here: https://www.ohdsi.org/collaborator-showcase-2/
The deadline to request a mentor is June 7th
2019 OHDSI Symposium – CREATIVE SUBMISSIONS – In addition to scientific submissions for the collaborator showcase, we’re also accepting creative submissions. We want to give collaborators a chance to showcase their special talents! This could include, playing a musical instrument, singing, an interpretive dance, or an OHDSI-inspired painting. For more information about creative submissions, please check out our creative submissions page:
The deadline for creative submission is 5pm ET on Monday, August 12th, 2019
2019 OHDSI Symposium – TUTORIALS Registration is now open for tutorials at this year’s OHDSI Symposium. Tutorials are set to take September 15th and 17th. More details about tutorials being offered is available here: https://www.ohdsi.org/tutorialworkshops2019/
Register for tutorials here: https://www.ohdsi.org/tutorialregistration2019/
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