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Reflecting on the 2019 American Medical Informatics Association Meeting, A Year Later

Posted by on November 17th, 2020 Tags: ,

John Borghi, Manager of Research and Instruction at Stanford School of Medicine Lane Medical Library, writes about his experience attending the 2019 meeting of the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) in Washington, DC., supported by the NNLM PNR Research & Data Engagement Award: AAHSL/NNLM Data Scholarships for Librarians.

Posted in: All of Us, Data, Electronic Health Records

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A Survey of Biomedical Informatics: The Woods Hole Experience

Posted by on October 9th, 2013 Tags: ,

NN/LM PSR Consumer Health & Technology Coordinator Kelli Ham recounts her experience at the NLM sponsored biomedical informatics course in Woods Hole, a small fishing village in Falmouth, Massachusetts.

Posted in: E-Science, Electronic Health Records, Emergency Preparedness and Response, General, NLM Products, Training

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