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AMIA 10x10 with Oregon Health & Science University

Type:
AMIA 10x10
Course Level:
Introductory
Credits:
46.50
CME
Domains:
Clinical Informatics
The Department of Medical Informatics & Clinical Epidemiology (DMICE) at Oregon Health & Science University will be offering another Biomedical Informatics Distance Learning Course as part of the AMIA 10x10 Program. The goal of this course is to provide a detailed overview of biomedical and health informatics to those who [...]
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AMIA 2022 Artificial Intelligence Evaluation Showcase Informational Webinar

Type:
Webinar
Artificial Intelligence is moving and shaping health and healthcare at lighting speed. The benefits of AI are multifold, but informatics research and practice is needed for the systematic and comprehensive evaluation of AI tools. AI in health and healthcare must be safely and effectively deployed in healthcare settings. Such evaluation [...]
On Demand

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - October 2021

Type:
Webinar
A likelihood-based convolution approach to estimate major health events in longitudinal health records data: an external validation study Author Lisiane Pruinelli, PhD, MS, RN, FAMIA, discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Pruinelli L, Zhou J, Stai B, et al. A likelihood-based convolution approach to estimate major health events in [...]
Live Virtual

AHIC Review Course (ARC) Study Webinar

Type:
Webinar
The Faculty of the AHIC Review Course (ARC) is offering a live Study Session Webinar for applicants seeking certification through the AMIA Health Informatics Certification exam. The goal of ARC is to help learners identify gaps in their knowledge that require additional self-study and to think about how they could [...]
Live Virtual

Using Machine Learning to Help Predict Opioid Use Disorder Risk

Type:
Webinar
Registration Deadline:
How could predicting a patient’s risk for Opioid Use Disorder in the next 6 months positively impact patient care? Cerner’s Opioid Use Disorder predictor aims to reduce overdose and increase access to treatment by informing emergency department clinicians if a patient is at risk for a future opioid use disorder [...]
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