OHDSI MEETINGS THIS WEEK
OHDSI Community Call – Tuesday at 12pm ET
US TOLL: +1-415-655-0001
Meeting Number: 199 982 907
NLP working group – Wednesday at 2pm ET
Dial +1 (571) 317-3122 (United States)
Enter conference ID: 707-196-421
Patient-level prediction (Eastern hemisphere) workgroup meeting – Wednesday at 3pm Hong Kong/Taiwan time
Population-Level Estimation (Western hemisphere) workgroup meeting – Thursday at 12pm ET
Hadoop WG meeting – Friday at 11am ET
GIS working group meeting – Monday (September 18th) at 10am ET
2017 OHDSI Symposium Registration – Registration for this year’s symposium is filling up quickly. If you haven’t registered yet, we recommend you do so soon! Register here: https://www.ohdsi.org/symposium-registration/
PLEASE NOTE: Registration is for the main symposium only (set to take place on October 18th). Registration for tutorials is full.
Tutorial Registration – Tutorial registration is now closed. Selected participants will be notified this week that they have been accepted into their respective tutorial.
Call for Sponsorship – To fund the 2017 symposium we need to raise $200K to cover operating costs of venue rental, lunch, audio/visuals and recordings fees. We’re reaching out to the entire community for sponsors who want to support this important event and allow us to build upon the success of past symposia. More details: http://forums.ohdsi.org/t/ohdsi-symposium-2017-call-for-sponsorship/2730?u=maurabeaton
Updating OHDSI.org – Leading up to the symposium, we’ll be updating collaborator profiles and our data network list. If you have updates you’d like made to your OHDSI profile, or have updated information about your database, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the changes.
I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.
– Oscar Wilde
Two new computational methods for data analysis: A social network analysis-based classifier and the GEEORD SAS module.
Benzodiazepines use and breast cancer risk: A population-based study and gene expression profiling evidence.
From Big Data to Smart Data for Pharmacovigilance: The Role of Healthcare Databases and Other Emerging Sources.
Discovering associations between adverse drug events using pattern structures and ontologies.
Procedure Prediction from Symbolic Electronic Health Records via Time Intervals Analytics.
Impact of the black triangle label on prescribing of new drugs in the United Kingdom: lessons for the United States at a time of deregulation
Offline and online data assimilation for real-time blood glucose forecasting in type 2 diabetes
ECG-ViEW II, a freely accessible electrocardiogram database.