Informatics Research Exhibition

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Join us on April 29 in 330 Diehl Hall to learn about current health informatics research from our students and faculty.

Posters 10:30-3:00
  • Analyzing Operative Note Structure in Development of a Section Header Resource
    Contact: Genevieve Melton-Meaux, MD, PhD
  • Characterizing Patient-Generated Clinical Data and Associated Implications for Electronic Health Records
    Contact: Elliot Arsoniadis, MD
  • Clinical Data Modeling EHR Data for Understanding Factors Related to Hospital-acquired Catheter-Associated Urinary Tract Infection
    Contact: Jung In Park, BS, RN
  • Data Mining Methodologies to Discover Best Practices for Diabetic Patients with Health Disparities
    Contact: Lisiane Pruinelli, MSN, RN
  • Informatics Approach and Enterprise View of Meaningful Use Standards for Public Health in Minnesota: Focus on Immunization Informatics Exchange
    Contact: Sripriya Rajamani, MBBS, PhD, MPH
  • Minnesota e-Health Approach to Accelerating Adoption of Standards for Interoperable Electronic Health Records Statewide: A collaborative Process
    Contact: Sripriya Rajamani, MBBS, PhD, MPH
  • Minnesota e-Health Assessment on Standards: Marker on Progress Towards Interoperability
    Contact: Sripriya Rajamani, MBBS, PhD, MPH
  • Semi-Automated Method to Extract Semantic Information from EHR Flowsheet Data for Pressure Ulcer Research
    Contact: Steven Johnson, MS
  • Toward a Uniform Nursing Terminology: Mapping ICNP and the Omaha System
    Contact: Karen Monsen, PhD, RN
  • Unsupervised Induction of Domain-Specific Semantic Frames from Operative Notes for Surgical Clinical Research
    Contact: Yan Wang, MS
Morning presentations beginning at 10:45
  • "Enhancing Metadata Quality for the Discovery of Publicly Available Healthcare Data" David Marc, MBS, CHDA
  • "Automated Detection of Postoperative Surgical Site Infections from EHR Data" Zhen Hu, MEng
  • "Exploring the Social Determinants of Personal Health Information Management" Ryan Sandefer, MA, CPHIT
Afternoon presentations beginning at 1:45