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population-health-informatics

Book Presentation Population Health Informatics: Driving Evidence Based Solutions into Practice authored by Ashish Joshi

Individual registration is required for each workshop you wish to attend. Please select only one workshop per time slot. Seats are limited.

Collaborative Workshops are intended to encourage participation and collaboration using mechanisms such as discussion forums (e.g., shorter didactic presentations or panels followed by group discussions), research forums (e.g., presentations and discussions related to scientific advancements in a targeted areas of informatics innovation and practice), or a challenge/competition (e.g., individual or group submissions addressing a specific topic or scientific/technical challenge). Instructional Workshops include a combination of didactic and interactive content delivery, as well as participant interaction. They are designed to address the needs and interests of individuals at all levels of experience relative to the selected topic area(s), and are led by individuals with appropriate subject matter expertise.

CME/CE/MOC eligibility:

  • Half-day workshops = 3 CME/CE credits
  • Full-day workshops = 6 CME/CE credits
For sessions offering MOC-II credit, check the Self-assessment Booklet of Multiple Choice Questions.

Saturday, Nov. 4, 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Collaborative Workshop

W01: Current and Emerging Issues for Public and Population Health Informatics (sponsored by the Public Health Informatics Working Group)
For more info click on AMIA 2017 Pre-Symposium Workshops, Washington D.C. USA