Symposium 2021

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Dear members and friends of MIRACUM,

we would like to present to you the progress and perspectives of the MIRACUM consortium, but also interesting aspects from the medical informatics initiative (MII) and the “Netzwerk Universitätsmedizin” (NUM). Therefore, we cordially invite you to the fourth MIRACUM symposium, which will be held as a hybrid event on July 15 and 16, 2021 in Mannheim.

The subject of the symposium will be further developments in data integration centers (DIC) and use cases, ethical aspects of using clinical data for research, IT support for COVID-19 research, merging patient data from DIC with data on biospecimens and making them usable, and innovative approaches in online teaching. The four “Digitale FortschrittsHubs Gesundheit” of the MIRACUM consortium will also be presented, likewise the four successfully acquired junior research groups. Further presentations address the significance of the Hospital Futures Act (KHGZ) for the MII and the ontology-based terminology standard SNOMED CT.

Prof. Dr. Paul Schmücker und Prof. Dr. Thomas Ganslandt

Hochschule Mannheim / Medizinische Fakultät Mannheim

Date

15th-16th July 2021

Venue

The event will take place as a hybrid event at the University Hospital Mannheim as well as online.

Flyer

MIRACUM Symposium 2021 – Flyer

Program

MIRACUM Symposium 2021 – Program

(Please note that the MIRACUM Symposium is a predominantly German-speaking event and therefore the program is in German. If you have any questions regarding the program, please feel free to contact us at any time.)

Presentations

The presentations are now here available.

Registration

Registration is closed.

Certification

The MIRACUM Symposium 2021 goes again for a certification by the Landesärztekammer.

Conference Language

The conference language is German, an international keynote will be given in English.

Sponsoring

Contact

Prof. Dr. Paul Schmücker

Email: p.schmuecker@hs-mannheim.de

Phone: +494751/9783635

Mobile: +49160/96772262

 

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