A critical care Datathon is an event where multidisciplinary teams and international experts join forces to investigate clinical questions using large datasets of electronic health records. In addition, they have the chance to expand their knowledge of data, learn new ways to answer clinical questions and create connections. The fourth edition of the ESICM Critical Care Datathon will happen digitally, between 6 May and 3 June and the three top teams will have a chance to present their work during the Grand Finale and at ESICM’s Annual Congress, LIVES 2022 Paris.
In May 2022, the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) is pleased to welcome you to Nice, France, for the 32nd Medical Informatics Europe Conference (MIE2022). The special theme of the conference is “Challenges of Trustable AI and Added-value on Health”. Developed in the 1970s, the first AI systems were essentially knowledge-based decision support systems. Despite their good performance, these knowledge-based systems were never routinely used on real patients and because they were able to explain their reasoning process, most of them turned out to be more beneficial for teaching than for clinical practice. AI is back with new machine learning methods that promise to improve healthcare and medicine delivery worldwide. But, these new AI systems are often working as “black boxes” unable to explain their results. However, explainability is critical to respond to patient and practitioner narrative exchanges.
For these reasons, we call for papers presenting research work on the special theme of MIE2022. We also expect any other submissions that fall into the following categories of biomedical informatics: decision support systems, clinical information systems, clinical research informatics, knowledge management and representation, human factors, consumer health informatics, natural language processing, bioinformatics, public health informatics, privacy, ethical and societal aspects, etc. All accepted papers and short communications/posters are published by IOS Press in their open access series “Studies in Health Technology and Informatics” and indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed. MIE2022 conference is a unique opportunity to meet senior researchers and top notched experts from all involved fields. It is also a place where young scientists should come to present their works, meet peers, network, and seek job and career opportunities.
By the end of the conference, delegates will be able to: Integrate concepts of social cohesion and a recognition of the social, cultural, and linguistic plurality of practicing emergency medicine in Canada. Network and collaborate with other emergency physicians from across Canada. Understand the impacts of climate change on the practice of emergency medicine. Recognize new and emerging research in Canadian Emergency Medicine. Influence the future direction of Emergency Medicine in Canada. Apply up to date evidence to inform clinical decision making.
NCVH is an educational nonprofit foundation focused on multidisciplinary accredited conferences to advance the field of cardiovascular care using endovascular technologies, pharmacotherapy treatments, peripheral interventions and amputation prevention techniques. With a goal to empower healthcare providers with knowledge of head-to-toe vascular treatments, NCVH strives to promote interdisciplinary teamwork and collaboration to address the continuum of patient care. Educational activities include an annual multi-day conference, Fellows Course, Business of Peripheral Interventions Course, CO2 Angiography Society event and Vein Forum along with one-day regional meetings around the United States. Internationally, NCVH participates with focused educational sessions at various meetings in China and the United Arab Emirates. For a complete list of upcoming events, visit our meetings page. The NCVH Annual Conference brings together a diverse group of healthcare professionals working together to improve patient care for those facing cardiovascular disease. The meeting offers healthcare professionals the opportunity to hear the latest developments in patient care, and connect with their peers and course faculty at both formal and informal events throughout the conference.
Take-up of digital technology is rapidly growing across Australia’s health and aged care system. Isn’t it time that Australia had its own event showcasing digital health solutions for the entire health ecosystem?
Centred around one giant exhibition floor, and three large conference theatres, DHF is Australia’s largest festival of ideas on the future of healthcare. Meet the people and companies at the forefront of the digital health revolution.
A new in-person event, celebrating extraordinary minds & ideas intersecting health & medicine. LIFE ITSELF features extraordinary thinkers intersecting health & medicine from research, technology, government, entertainment & business. LIFE ITSELF takes place at the iconic Hotel Del Coronado in San Diego — only 15 minutes from San Diego International Airport. The Del is one of the most recognizable beach resorts in the world, with nearly perfect year round weather, it accomodates our guests with sophistication and style. Join us at LIFE ITSELF.
For 20 years, the annual e-Health Conference and Tradeshow has created unique and valuable learning and networking opportunities for organizations and people working to make a difference in Canadian health through information and technology. e-Health 2020’s innovative barrier-free open plan will take over the main level of the Parq Vancouver in downtown Vancouver for three packed days. The e-Health Conference is the vital epicentre of Canadian digital health discussion and debate.
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