MIT H@cking Medicine is teaming up with the Critical Care team from MIT IMES and BIDMC to host the the Critical Data Marathon, which will take place on January 3rd – 5th 2014 at MIT. The event will bring together together various disciplines – computer science, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, biostatistics, epidemiology, informatics, business, health policy, and the social sciences – from both academia and industry, with the goal of learning from routinely collected clinical data, as outlined in a recent discussion paper from the Institute of Medicine.
The event will make use of the MIMIC-II database. It is possible to attend to the event remotely, whether as an individual or in a group. Individual participants can view the conference live and interact through twitter. However, we strongly encourage remote participants to host a local version of the event. We will be connecting groups with bi-directional video to the event, allowing for live interaction. In addition to this, local groups will be given remote access to the MIMIC-II database in order to participate in the hands-on workshop on clinical data. Please register remote participation.
Please review the proposed list of the clinical questions that will be answered during the Critical Data Marathon.
You can register for the event through the following link found here.
|Date:||3-5th January 2014|
|Venue:||4th Floor, Stata Center, MIT|
32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
|Deadlines:||Registration – 30 November 2013|
Study Submission – 31 December 2013