In the last couple of posts I have written about papers that will be presented by DOME researchers at Medical Informatics Europe 2018 as well as a workshop we will host during the same conference. These conference contributions are presented here. Aside from these, seminar proposals were also submitted to Vitalis, which runs in parallel at the same venue. As it turns out, DOME will once again get the opportunity to host a major session at Vitalis!
In several earlier posts, I have written about last year’s DOME session at Vitalis, which according to everyone involved was a great success. Research on patient accessible electronic health records was discussed from many different angles, and the audience was also involved through a Mentimeter solution. A summary of that entire session, with some representative images from the different talks, can be found here.
I’m really looking forward to once again join colleagues in the DOME consortium, as well as representatives from Inera, to present the latest research on patient accessible electronic health records. We will, among other things, discuss regulatory frameworks, the children’s access perspective, international perspectives, findings from the large national patient survey as well as preliminary findings from the large interview/observation/survey study with physicians and nurses I’m currently leading at the Oncology department at Uppsala University Hospital (results from this study have never been presented before!). Once again, we will also use Mentimeter for audience involvement as well as different presentation methods like e.g. role plays.
You can find the specific plans (with links to more information about the different talks) for our two-hour DOME session here (mostly in Swedish). If you are at Vitalis on Wednesday, April 25, I hope you will join us!