The AMIA 2020 Virtual Annual Symposium convened more than 2,100 informatics professionals in a virtual setting.
Wondering what all the hype was about? Did you attend live and now want access to the collection to check out the sessions you missed? Do you wish to purchase access now because you were you not able to attend the virtual conference?
You are in luck! The AMIA 2020 Virtual Annual Symposium Digital Collection is now available. We have packaged the most content ever obtained from an AMIA Annual Symposium in one easy to access collection for continuing professional development and learning.
- More than 250 hours of informatics presentations from AMIA’s signature conference – the largest informatics meeting worldwide.
- Keynote presentations from Ruha Benjamin of Princeton University and Joshua Denny of All of Us Research Program.
- Special Fireside Chat with Anthony Fauci, Director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Patti Brennan, Director of the National Library of Medicine.
- 111 Scientific Sessions: Papers, Oral Presentations, Panels, and System Demonstrations.
- 26 Workshops: (23 3-hour; 3 6-hour).
- Nearly 350 posters featuring research, small-scale studies, innovative systems and services, experimental and in-practice projects, experiences with educational programs, and other dimensions of biomedical and health informatics.
- Hot topics: Biomedical Informatics Year in Review; COVID-19; Telehealth; Diversity, Equity and Inclusion; Social Determinants of Health.
- Access to the AMIA 2020 Annual Symposium Proceedings.
- CME and CNE Credit.
- Full access to the recordings of all sessions remain available through November 17, 2021.
*The upgrade price is available to AMIA 2020 Virtual Annual Symposium registered attendees who purchased the Live Virtual option and would like to upgrade to gain access to the digital collection. The AMIA 2020 Digital Collection product contains nearly every workshop and session presented—however, there are three sessions that are not included due to technical problems.