PharmGenEd™ Principles and Concepts of Pharmacogenomics

submitted by: KuoOffice

The presentation is divided into several sections as outlined by the powerpoint slide. In this module we will include the basic concepts of pharmacogenomics, ethical, legal, social issues, and a brief introduction of the PharmGenEd program.

June 20, 2014 - iDASH External Webinar; Bradley Malin

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Technical Approaches to Measure and Mitigate Re-identification Risk… And Why They are Not Sufficient Bradley Malin Vanderbilt University Abstract: One of the key protections associated with human subjects research settings is the “identifiability” of the participants. This issue has moved to the forefront of the debate on human subjects protections as life science researchers evolve from small scale studies to “big data” investigations that incorporate an array resources...

June 5, 2014; Informatics Journal Club; Shoba Phansalkar

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Evaluation of medication alerts in electronic health records for compliance with human factors principles 1. Shobha Phansalkar, 2. Marianne Zachariah, 3. Hanna M Seidling, 4. Chantal Mendes, 5. Lynn Volk, 6. David W Bates J Am Med Inform Assoc doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2013-002279 Shobha Phansalkar, RPh, PhD Brigham and Women’s Hospital Harvard Medical School Wolters Kluwer Health Increasing the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) with integrated clinical decision support...

May 16, 2014; iDASH External Webinar, Ying Zhang

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Privacy-Preserving Shared Access to Computing on Sensitive Data: A Feasibility Study Ying Zhang University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Abstract: Objective Explore the feasibility of developing and implementing a data access “sharing” model for researchers who are interested in using the Strong Heart Study (SHS) data for scientific studies and find out if such model will meet the approval of the SHS participating tribes and the NIH data sharing requirements. Methods Develop an...

May 1, 2014: Journal Club Webinar; Jeffrey Klann

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Query Health: standards-based, cross-platform population health surveillance Jeffrey G Klann, Michael D Buck, Jeffrey Brown, Marc Hadley, Richard Elmore, Griffin M Weber, Shawn N Murphy J Am Med Inform Assoc doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2014-002707 Jeffrey Klann, PhD Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School Assistant in Computer Science, Massachusetts General Hospital Understanding population-level health trends is essential to effectively monitor and improve public health. The...

UCReX Tutorial

submitted by: UCReX San Diego

This short video provides an introduction to the UCReX Data Explorer tool.