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Arctic conf on dual-level modelling - resources

May 31, 2014  |  from: Thomas Beale


The Arctic conference on dual level modelling and clinical decision support took place last week. The majority of presentations were about the use of openEHR in real systems, and/or as a basis for decision support.

The conference was videoed, and the presentations are here, with the timings:

(Conference page)

Day 1 - videos

00:07:52 - 02:07:00    Thomas Beale (Ocean Informatics UK) / platforms, ADL 1.5
02:23:00 - 03:52:00    Borut Fabjan (Marand, Slovenia) / openEHR implementation, AQL
04:42:00 - 05:38:00    Dr Ian McNicoll (HANDI/openEHR) / the HANDI / openEHR platform
05:40:40 - 06:37:40    Pablo Pazos (Cabolabs, Uruguay) / implementation lessons - openEHR-gen
07:02:00 - 08:02:53    David Moner (IBIME, Valencia, Spain) / LinkEHR, integration with archetypes

Day 2 - videos

00:16:30 - 01:06:00    Silje Ljosland Bakke (Coordinator, clinical modelling, Nasjonal IKT programme, Norway) / experience of archetypes, governance in a national programme
01:37:40 - 02:49:00    Dr Heather Leslie (Ocean Informatics Australia) / Clinical modelling experience with archetypes

03:01:20 - 04:22:30    Dr Rong Chen (Cambio, Sweden) / GDL, decision support on top of openEHR, shrinking the knowledge discovery timeline
05:07:00 - 06:29:00    Sigurd From & Dr Tomas Nordheim Alme (DIPS, Norway) / experience and future of openEHR in DIPS Arena
06:48:00 - 07:30:00    Alfonso Perez (IBIME, Valencia, Spain) / Integrating CDS with different clinical data sources


Date, time and place: Tromso, May 27/28 2014


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