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JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - February 2022

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Using sequence clustering to identify clinically relevant subphenotypes in patients with COVID-19 admitted to the intensive care unit Lead author Wonsuk Oh discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Oh W, Jayaraman P, Sawant AS, Chan L, Levin MA, Charney AW, Kovatch P, Glicksberg BS, Nadkarni GN. Using sequence clustering [...]
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JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - January 2022

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Gender-sensitive word embeddings for healthcare Lead author Shunit Agmon, MS, PhD(c), discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Agmon S, Gillis P, Horvitz E, Radinsky K. Gender-sensitive word embeddings for healthcare [published online ahead of print, 2021 Dec 16]. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2021;ocab279. doi:10.1093/jamia/ocab279 Read the abstract Author [...]
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JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - December 2021

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Predicting next-day discharge via electronic health record access logs Author You Chen, PhD, FAMIA discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Zhang X, Yan C, Malin BA, Patel MB, Chen Y. Predicting next-day discharge via electronic health record access logs [published online ahead of print, 2021 Sep 30]. J Am [...]
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AMIA 2022 Artificial Intelligence Evaluation Showcase Informational Webinar

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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 [...]
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JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - October 2021

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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 [...]