Tutorials

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Venue and how to get there

University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet in Danish)

Njalsgade 80-80, 2300 København S

 

The easiest way to the tutorial venue is to travel to the ‘Islands Brygge’ Metro Station on the Vestamager metro line. When you come up to street level, find the traffic lights and turn right on Njalsgade. Turn right after a wooden fence, about 100 meter, and then left. You are now in front of the building and there will be Medinfo2013 signage to help you. Enter into the hall and follow the circular white staircase to the first or second floor.

We are looking forward to seeing you.

Nearest Metro Station is ”Islands Brygge”.

The venue is situated only three stops by Metro from the Bella Center (the Medinfo2013 congress venue) or from the city center (the metro station Kongens Nytorv). Each ride demands a 2 zone ticket (price is 24 DKK for cash ticket and 15 DKK if you buy 10 tickets at a time –total of 150 DKK. You may share this ticket with accompanying persons and if you need to go longer – fx 4 zones - just use two tickets at a time). 

From the Bella Center Metro take Metro M1 towards Vanløse st (Metro) and get off at Islands Brygge (this ride takes 5 minutes). From here there is a 5 minutes’ walk – appr. 250 metres – to the entrance at the university.

From the city center take Metro M1 towards Vestamager st (Metro). Departures every 4 minutes. Get off at Islands Brygge (this ride takes 7 minutes). From here there is a 5 minutes’ walk – appr. 250 metres – to the entrance at the university.

Use http://www.rejseplanen.dk/  - available in English and German languages – for other travel options.

We will place flags with medinfo2013 logo near the entrance to the university – and possible also from the nearest Metro station – Islands Brygge – to make it as easy as possible to find the university-venue. Also, we will have a person outside Njalsgade 80-90 to guide participants and organizers.

Inside the university venue we will put up signs to make it easy to find the rooms.

Internet access

Free, wireless internet access is available - Eduroam. The power supply in Denmark is 220 V. Bring an adaptor if you will need one.  

Price and Registration:

For Medinfo2013 participants: 500 DKK (approx. USD 87 or EUR 67) (VAT included) per. tutorial - half day. Registration: For new partipants here. For participants who have already registered please follow the instructions that you have received by email from Congrex.

For others: 1500 DKK (approx. USD 260 or EUR 201) (VAT included) per. tutorial - half day. Please register here.
 
Registration deadline: You may register for tutorials until August 15, 2013 if seats are still available. Be aware of the maximum of 22 participants in each tutorial. 
 
Cancellation policy: Enrolment for tutorials is binding, but you may hand over your registration to a colleague.  

Program:

Monday, August 19



Track


Decision Support

Tutorial #1

Terminology/

Interoperability

Tutorial #2


EMR

Tutorial #3


openEHR

Tutorial #4

Health

communication

Tutorial #5

Morning

8.30 – 12.00

Clinical Decision Support: A Practical Guide to Developing Your Program to Improve Outcomes

National eHealth Strategies Simplified

Cancelled!

The Electronic Health Record – Realizing the Potential The international impact of openEHR clinical content models Using visual computing tools to improve clinical engagement and group communication



Track


Decision Support

Tutorial #6

Terminology/

Interoperability

Tutorial #7


EMR

Tutorial #8


openEHR

Tutorial #9


Evaluation

Tutorial #10


Telemedicine

Tutorial #11

Afternoon

13.00 – 16.30

Practical Approaches to Knowledge Management and Clinical Decision Support Practical Modeling Issues: Representing Coded and Structured Patient Data in EHR Systems

Applying Architectural Principles to Integrated Clinical Systems

Cancelled!

Expressing and Sharing Clinical Decision Support Rules Using openEHR Archetypes

Evaluating Health Information and Communications Technologies: Why, How, Challenges Implementation of telemedicine services in rural areas – lessons learned and future perspectives

 

Tuesday, August 20




Track


Decision

Support

Tutorial #12


Terminology/

Interoperability

Tutorial #13



NLP

Tutorial #14



Evaluation

Tutorial #15


User centered

Design

Tutorial #16

Chief Medical

Information

Officer

Tutorial #17

Morning

8.30 – 12.00

Essentials of Data mining in Clinical Applications: Development, Evaluation, and Use

Restructuring Clinical Research Data Using Referent Tracking

Cancelled!

An Introduction to Clinical Natural Language Processing

Effective eHealth and mHealth Evaluations in Low Resource Environments (Part 1)

Changed!

User Centered Design for Public Health and Consumer Health Informatics The Role of Chief Medical Information Officer: Importance, Areas of Responsibility and Expertise





Track



Decision

Support

Tutorial #18

Clinical &

Translation

Research

Informatics

Tutorial #19




NLP

Tutorial #20




Evaluation

Tutorial #21




PHR

Tutorial #22




Ethics

Tutorial #23

Afternoon

12.30 – 15.45

Making Electronic Health Records Safer and More Effective in Improving Health Care

Fundamentals of Clinical and Translational Research Informatics

Cancelled!

Large scale clinical text processing and process optimization

Effective eHealth and mHealth Evaluations in Low Resource Environments (Part 2)

Personal Health Records, Portals, and Patient-facing Health Information Technologies

Cancelled!

Ethics and Health Informatics

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