"Human Intelligence is the Secret Ingredient: Improving Big Data and Artificial Intelligence in COVID-19 and Beyond"

Wednesday, April 21, 2021 The event started -23 days ago

2:00 PM 4:00 PM

Online

Responding to the demands of the COVID-19 pandemic created a need for rapid delivery of accurate information to support response to the disease by clinicians in healthcare and in their communities. Dr. Karen Monsen, Professor at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities School of Nursing, will deliver a presentation describing the rapid development and deployment of encoded, evidence-based COVID-19 Response Guidelines. Attendees will:

  • Review attributes needed for analysis of large datasets in health care
  • Appreciate the value of data standardization in health systems and analytics
  • Explore the concept of whole person health in COVID-19 using standardized data

Please join us for this exciting presentation on Wednesday, April 21, 2-4 pm CST. To register for the virtual event, please visit: https://uah-uasystem.zoom.us/j/96119914888

Speaker:

Dr. Monsen is a Professor at the University of Minnesota School of Nursing where she coordinates the DNP Nursing Informatics specialty and directs the Center for Nursing Informatics. Her expertise is in public health nursing and nursing informatics, and her comparative effectiveness research employs diverse methods including theory-based analysis, data mining, visualization and longitudinal analysis. Dr. Monsen leads the Omaha System Community of Practice and is the Director of the Omaha System Partnership for Knowledge Discovery and Health Care Quality within the Center for Nursing Informatics. She has worked extensively with health care agencies and systems regarding documentation issues and data management. 

***CEUs will be available for nurses who attend the session.

For more information, contact Dr. Susan Alexander (susan.alexander@uah.edu)


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Category
Conference/Lecture
department
Academic Affairs, College of Nursing
Audience
Students, Faculty and Staff

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