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Student Paper Competition

 

The Student Paper Competition event is sponsored by IBM Research

The easiest way to the tutorial venue is to travel to the ‘Islands Brygge’ Metro Station on the Vestamager metro line. When you come up to street level, find the traffic lights and turn right on Njalsgade. Turn right after a wooden fence, about 100 meter, and then left. You are now in front of the building and there will be Medinfo2013 signage to help you. Enter into the hall and follow the circular white staircase to the first or second floor.

We are looking forward to seeing you.

When: Tuesday August 20, 8.30-12.15am

Where: University of Copenhagen, Njalsgade 80-90, 2300 København S – only two stops by Metro from the Medinfo congress Venue. The pre-congress tutorials are also taking place at this venue. For a more detailed description on transportation, please refer to the Tutorials. 

Award ceremony: The outcome of the Student Paper Competition will be announced at the Opening Session on Tuesday, August 20, 4pm.

Prizes: All Student Paper Finalists will receive a free conference registration in the amount of the early bird student registration rate and coverage of one additional hotel night.

The first, second, and third place winners will receive an award in the amount of US$ 500, $300, and $200.

Format: presentation 15 minutes, 8 minutes questions, 2 minutes switching

 

Schedule:

8.30 Opening

8.35 Identifying Problematic Concepts in SNOMED CT using a Lexical Approach. Ankur Agrawal, Yehoshua Perl, Gai Elhanan.

9.00 A Health Literacy and Usability Heuristic Evaluation of a Mobile Consumer Health Application. H Monkman, A Kushniruk.

9.25 Finding Meaning in Social Media: Content-based Social Network Analysis  of QuitNet to Identify New Opportunities for Health. Sahiti Myneni, Nathan Cobb, Trevor Cohen.

9.50 Human factors affecting the quality of routinely collected data in South Africa. Edward Nicol, Debbie Bradshaw, Lilian Dudley, Tamsin Phillips.

10.15 – 10.35 Break

10.35 Improving Patients’ Electronic Health Record Comprehension with NoteAid. Balaji Polepalli Ramesh, Thomas Houston, Hong Yu. 

11.00 A Formal Representation for Numerical Data Presented in Published Clinical Trial Reports  Maurine Tong, William Hsu, Ricky Taira.

11.25 Automatic identification of comparative effectiveness research from Medline citations to support clinicians’ treatment information needs. Mingyuan Zhang, Guilherme Del Fiol, Randall Grout, Siddhartha Jonnalagadda, Richard Medlin Jr, Rashmi Mishra, Charlene Weir, Hongfang Liu, Javed Mostafa, Marcelo Fiszman. 

11.50 Navigating longitudinal clinical notes with an automated method for detecting new information . Rui Zhang, Serguei Pakhomov, Janet Lee, Genevieve Melton-Meaux.

12.15 Closing 

 

Nominated student papers, but student unable to attend conference

Pancreatic Cysts Identification Using Unstructured Information Management Architecture

Saeed Mehrabi, Max Schmidt, Joshua Waters, Chris Beesley, Anand Krishnan, Joe Kesterson, Paul Dexter, Mohammad Ali AL-Hadad, Mathew Palakal

 

Predicate Argument Structure Frames for Modeling Information in Operative Notes

Yan Wang, Serguei Pakhomov, Genevieve Melton-Meaux 

 

Reducing Provider Cognitive Workload in CPOE Use: Optimizing Order Sets

Yiye Zhang, Rema Padman, James E. Levin

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