Learning Health Systems in the Time of COVID-19

FOUND IN: Events, Research Event


Tuesday, June 2, 2020


2:00pm - 3:30pm




This 90-minute webinar is designed to introduce individuals to the overall concept of learning health systems, focusing on core components of learning cycles and infrastructure. It is appropriate for anyone interested in how health systems function, and particularly for individuals working within health systems. We will use examples that span countries and clinical problems, with special emphasis on the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic.  Please register in advance.

Origins of Learning Health Systems and Introduction to the Learning Health Cycle Framework
Charles P. Friedman, PhD 
Learning Systems and Infrastructure
Jody Platt, PhD 
Ethical and Policy Issues in Learning Health Systems
Ray De Vries, PhD and Jody Platt, PhD
Data and Data Science Applied to Learning Health Systems
Karandeep Singh, MD, MMSc and Vinod Vydiswaran, PhD
Information and Knowledge Sciences Applied to LHS
Allen Flynn, PhD, PharmD and Zach Landis-Lewis, PhD, MLIS
Implementation and Dissemination Sciences Applied to LHS
Gretchen Piatt, PhD, MPH and Anne Sales, PhD, RN