GMDS-IMIA HIS WG Workshop on “Research Databases” (Göttingen, Germany – 11 September 2014)
A satellite workshop on the topic of Research Databases will be held following the annual meeting of the German Association for Medical Informatics, Biometry and Epidemiology (GMDS) on Thursday, 11 September 2014. The workshop is organised by the GMDS “EHR data reuse for clinical research” working group in cooperation with the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) Health Information Systems working group and the “Infrastructure for Translational Research” working group of the Department of Medical Informatics at the Göttingen University Medical Center. The workshop will also include the 2nd European i2b2 Academic User Group Meeting in conjunction with a workshop of the i2b2 enhancing IDRT project sponsored by the TMF.
All interested researchers are invited to to participate in this international workshop, directly following the annual German Medical Informatics Conference held at the Göttingen University from September 8-10, 2014. Please send a registration mail by 31 August to Prof. Dr. H.U. Prokosch – ulli.prokosch[at]uk-erlangen.de – if you want to attend this free workshop.
The program will include presentations on projects using i2b2 or tranSMART and SHRINE as foundations for research projects (such as EHR4CR, Cloud4Health, IDRT), as well as presentations on projects employing other research database software, to support collaborative hospital-wide and even trans-institutional research projects.
Further information (in English and German) is at http://www.pg-ss.imi.uni-erlangen.de/Seiten/Default.aspx Information on the main GMDS2014 conference is at http://www.gmds.de/tagungen/2014/
Die nächste Sitzung der AG findet unmittelbar im Anschluss an die GMDS Jahrestagung 2014 in Göttingen (Donnerstag, 11. September 2014) als Satelliten-Workshop zum Thema “Forschungsdatenbanken” statt. Der zweite europäische i2b2 Academic User Group Workshop ist in dieses Veranstaltung integriert.
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