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Arctic conf on dual-level modelling - resources

Community News | May 31, 2014, 2:21 p.m.


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






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