Our 2021 Seminar Series
Welcome to our Seminar series for the first half of 2021.
Our seminars are held each fortnight on a Thursday, from 10:00-11:00am AEST. Most are online, but individual event listings on our News and Events page and via social media will indicate whether it's also possible to attend in person in Melbourne.
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We'll post recordings on our YouTube channel.
Our vision of Connected Health means we are keen to use our events to bring together researchers, businesses, educators, healthcare professionals, patients and the public. If you'd like to be a presenter at a future event, please email email@example.com
|1 April||Thomas Payne|
University of Washington
|Clinical Decision Support Systems|
|15 April||Gretchen A Piatt, Caren M Stalberg|
University of Michigan
|Graduate Programs for Learning Health Systems: The University of Michigan Experience|
|29 April||Yun-Hee Jeon|
The University of Sydney
|Patient and Public Involvement in the Digital Age: Innovative Ways of Involving the Public in Research|
|13 May||Douglas Boyle|
The University of Melbourne
|OMOP Common Data Models for Data Driven Research|
|27 May||Clair Sullivan|
The University of Queensland
|Digital Health and the Trip to Mars!|
|8 July||Philip Payne, First Chief Data Scientist, Washington University in St Louis||The Learning Health (Records) System|
|9 August||Wendy Chapman and Daniel Capurro, Centre for Digital Transformation of Health||Special joint seminar with the Centre for AI and Digital Ethics (CAIDE) in the Technology and the World Around Us series: 'The Challenges of Automated Decision Making in Healthcare'|