OHDSI’s mission is to improve health, by empowering a community to collaboratively generate the evidence that promotes better health decisions and better care. We envision a world in which observational research produces a comprehensive understanding of health and disease. To achieve this goal, the OHDSI team has formed a multi-stakeholder, interdisciplinary collaborative which aims to bring out the value of health data through large-scale analytics and open-source software tools. OHDSI has established a global community of observational health researchers and a research network covering over 600 million patients.
OHDSI’s achievements to date would not be possible if not for the hard work of our growing community members. Our annual collaborator showcase provides collaborators the opportunity to showcase their tremendous work.
Once again we’ll be inviting collaborators to participate in the collaborator showcase. Collaborators will have the opportunity to submit abstracts for poster presentations, software demonstrations and oral presentations.
Multiple submissions are welcome but only one abstract is required per research topic. This means that for each research topic you’d like to present, you only need to submit one abstract and indicate all the mediums which you would like to present in.
- Poster: a poster-board to present a static display summary of your latest research.
- Software Demonstration: a table with screen/monitor to provide interactive display of open-source analytics.
- Oral Presentation: a 10-minute podium presentation to verbally share your story with the community.
For accepted posters, a horizontal-orientation poster, 48″ x 36″ is the maximum size. For accepted software demonstrations, a table and monitor will be provided for you at the symposium.. For accepted oral presentations, a planning committee member will be in contact with you for further instruction after Sept. 10th.
Abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the OHDSI Symposium Organizing Committee, and selected for presentation by September 10th, 2018. Those collaborators will then showcase their work at the OHDSI Symposium on Friday, October 12th, 2018.
Topics of interest include:
– Observational data standards and management
– Methodological research
– Open-source analytics development
– Clinical research from OHDSI’s analytic use cases:
– Clinical characterization
– Population-level estimation
– Patient-level prediction
SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
A template for developing an abstract can be found by clicking on this link: Abstract Template
Once the abstract is complete, the document should be saved as a PDF using the following naming convention, where the “firstname” and “lastname” correspond to the name of the first author, and “abstracttitle” should include keywords that summarize the abstract title: firstname-lastname_abstracttitle_2018symposium
The document can be downloaded as a Microsoft Word document by clicking on the link and selecting File->Download As…-> Microsoft Word (.docx).
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