Tuesday 25 April

TUESDAY 25 APRIL

  Exchange Auditorium Exchange 1 Exchange 2 Exchange 3 Exchange 4 Exchange 5 Exchange 6 Exchange 7 Exchange 9 Exchange 10
08:30 Keynote Plenary: Machine learning meets behavioural science: The Human Behaviour-Change Project
Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology, University College London, UK
09:30 Knowledge discovery from routinely collected data
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Data quality assessment methods
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Workshop
Extracting evidence from clinical free text
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Panel
m-Health: From research to records to real people
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Workshop
Activating and motivating students in online courses of health informatics
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Clinical decision support systems
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Quality assessment & improvement
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Cross‑centre research using anonymised person‑based data
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Childrens’ and adolescents’ health
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Terminological systems
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11:00 Coffee Break – Exchange Hall
11:30 Farr institute annual meeting
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Interactive and visualisation tools for health data
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Electronic phenotyping
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Panel
IoT for smart, healthy cities
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Workshop
Competence for IT-induced change in health care work practices
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Panel
Healthcare informatics standards for frailty
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Patient safety
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Panel
Maximising ‘Depth of Field’ for health data
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Biosurveillance and population health monitoring
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Semantic technology & research objects
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13:00 Lunch & Poster Session – Exchange Hall
14:30 Keynote Plenary: How Linked (and even Open) Data can benefit Healthcare systems
Frank van Harmelen, Professor of Knowledge Representation & Reasoning, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands
15:30 Coffee Break – Exchange Hall
16:00 European federation for medical informatics annual meeting
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Panel
Regional health records
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Translational bioinformatics
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Patient and public engagement in health informatics
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Panel
Developing a reference scheme for informatics recommendations
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Health outcomes & health services research
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Dashboards & feedback
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Panel
Scaling health informatics research across the atlantic
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Clinical epidemiology
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Text mining
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17:30 Science slam
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Health Tech Women –Drinks reception
18:30 Close                  
19:30 Conference Dinner, Manchester Cathedral

*Preliminary programme subject to change

24 – 26 APRIL

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