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12 March 2015
Farr Short Courses: Visualising Health Informatics Research
The Farr Institute London
222 Euston Road | London | NW1 2DA | United Kingdom
Healthcare research relies increasingly on strong relationships with information technologies, not just to expand the collectively acquired knowledge but also to be able to translate this advance into visually arresting representations.
The successful visualization of health informatics research carries the potential to revolutionise the scientific dialogue, the public understanding and participation in medical research.
Processing and translating healthcare research can relate with the public on multiple levels, with an individual researcher, patient or population group.
This course will cover the fundamental aspects of visualising health informatics research with a comparative presentation of current applications and practices.
Week 2: Deeper EHR Data for Better Research. Part of 'Harnessing Electronic Health Records for Research', a unique programme of 13 inter-related short courses in the rapidly developing field of electronic health records research.
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