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AMIA 10x10 with University of Utah

Type:
AMIA 10x10
Course Level:
Intermediate
Credits:
0.00
CME
Clinical Decision Support This course is now closed. This new contribution from the University of Utah to the AMIA 10x10 program is an in-depth course about Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tools, standards, and implementation. The course is designed and taught by leaders and experts in the field. The instructors are [...]
Live Virtual

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - October 2022

Type:
Webinar
Credits:
1.00
CME
Comprehension, utility, & preferences of prostate cancer survivors for visual timelines of patient-reported outcomes co-designed for limited graph literacy: Meters and emojis over comics Co-authors Andrea Hartzler and Lauren Snyder discuss this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Snyder L, Phan D, Williams K, Piqueiras E, Connor S, George S, et [...]
On Demand

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - September 2022

Type:
Webinar
Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Pathologists' Decisions: An Experiment Lead author Julien Meyer discusses this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Meyer J, Khademi A, Bernard T, Wencui H, Nippak P, and Remisch D. Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Pathologists' Decisions: An Experiment. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2022;ocac103. doi:10.1093/jamia/ocac103. Read [...]
On Demand

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - August 2022

Type:
Webinar
Combining human and machine intelligence for clinical trial eligibility querying Co-author Chunhua Weng discusses this month JAMIA Journal Club selection: Fang Y, Idnay B, Sun Y, Liu H, et al. Combining human and machine intelligence for clinical trial eligibility querying [published online ahead of print, 2022 April 15]. J Am [...]
On Demand

JAMIA Journal Club Webinar - July 2022

Type:
Webinar
Demographic differences in willingness to share electronic health records in the All of Us Research Program Authors Cathryn Peltz-Rauchman and Christine Joseph discussed this month's JAMIA Journal Club selection: Joseph C, Tang A, Chesla D, Epstein M, et al. Demographic differences in willingness to share electronic health records in the [...]