OHDSI STATEMENT ON COVID-19 OHDSI is committed to doing what it can to support and inform the COVID-19 pandemic response, and will prioritize activities aligned to this effort. As we adjust to the current global situation, the OHDSI community will continue to have our regular Tuesday community calls, as well as our various working group calls. Understandably, some calls could be postponed or cancelled due to issues surrounding COVID-19, so we ask that you continuously check the OHDSI forums, weekly digest and social channels for updated information. OHDSI is a virtual community, so we are equipped to continue collaboration during this challenging time.
UPCOMING OHDSI MEETINGS
Oncology – Genomic Subgroup Meeting: Tuesday, December 15 at 9am ET
Oncology – Outreach/Research Subgroup: Tuesday, December 15 at 3pm ET
Oncology – Vocabulary Subgroup: Thursday, December 17 at 1pm ET
(note: these meetings will transition into MS teams beginning Jan 2021)
Women of OHDSI Workgroup: Tuesday, December 15 at 2pm ET
Video Recordings from 2020 OHDSI Symposium – Recordings from the 2020 OHDSI symposium day have been made available here: https://www.ohdsi.org/2020-ohdsi-global-symposium/
Accessing MSTeams – OHDSI meetings are transitioning to MSTeams. If you attended the 2020 OHDSI Symposium, you are already in the OHDSI teams environment. If you would like to be added to the OHDSI teams environment, please fill out this form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=lAAPoyCRq0q6TOVQkCOy1ZyG6Ud_r2tKuS0HcGnqiQZUQ05MOU9BSzEwOThZVjNQVVFGTDNZRENONiQlQCN0PWcu 1
If you are already in the OHDSI teams environment and you would like to join work groups in teams, please fill out this form: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=lAAPoyCRq0q6TOVQkCOy1ZyG6Ud_r2tKuS0HcGnqiQZUOVJFUzBFWE1aSVlLN0ozR01MUVQ4T0RGNyQlQCN0PWcu
*note that not all work groups are currently taking place in teams but we plan to transition shortly
APAC Symposium: Many of the recordings and slides from the 2020 APAC Symposium have been posted here: https://www.ohdsi.org/2020-ohdsi-apac-symposium/. The opening talk, community in action panel, plenary session, state of the community and closing talk are all currently available. Please check later in the week for our various regional breakout session videos!
Tuesday, December 15 Community Call:
We have ONE more Tuesday call left in 2020, and we’re planning to bring out the holiday vibes within our global community. You will not want to miss this one! We have some fun surprises planned, but we also have a couple requests for those who would like to partake in the fun:
- Show us how festive you can get! We’re talking holiday decorations and/or clothing … the more, the merrier!
- We would love to spend some time on a OHDSI-themed “holiday gift exchange.” Is there a gift that OHDSI, or an OHDSI collaborator, ‘gave’ to you in 2020? Wrap it up (or for lazier ones like me, find a good gift bag) and plan to unwrap and share this gift during the hour! Funny … serious … sentimental … it all works!
We won’t divulge any more, but let’s face it, 2020 was rough. We do hope you can join Tuesday (12 pm ET) so the OHDSI community can come together one last time and share some joy as we say goodbye (good riddance?) to 2020 and look ahead to better days! See you there!
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