Digital Health Opportunities: Improving Healthcare through Telemedicine Innovations and Partnerships
Dr. Mark Cohen, Department of Surgery, Michigan Medicine, along with a diverse panel of speakers will focus on unique opportunities for how industry/startups/academic medical centers can work together to move university technologies out and incorporate new technologies. New technologies include artificial intelligence/machine learning processes, remote patient monitoring and novel telemedicine and digital health technologies including Apps and App/devices. Michigan Medicine, Department of Surgery Hosts: Mark Cohen, MD, FACS - Professor of Surgery, Pharmacology, and Biomedical Engineering, Director of the Medical School Pathway of Excellence in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Director of the Michigan Surgical Innovation Prize Program Ton Wang, MD -…
Workshop: Seeing Your Study Through Your Study Participant’s Eyes
This 90-minute workshop uses interactive activities to give you tangible strategies for gaining insights into your study participants through human-centered design. This workshop is for individuals or teams working on human subjects research studies who would like to: Align with your team around how to set up touchpoints with your study participants Effectively strategize how to increase participant recruitment Inform the way you operate your study to improve participant retention Learn more: https://michr.umich.edu/new-events/2020/6/25/workshop-seeing-your-study-through-your-study-participants-eyes-fapn7-z866n
The Summer Session in Epidemiology
For more than 55 years, the Summer Session in Epidemiology at the University of Michigan has been one of the nation's most highly regarded summer epidemiology programs. The program can give you a career boost in just one to three intensive weeks.
LHS Collaboratory Webinar: Michigan Medicine Knowledge-Based Interventions and MiChart
Presentation 1: "Electronic Health Record (EHR)-Integration for Learning Health Systems" Michael Lanham, MD Associate Chief Medical Information Officer Clinical Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences Assistant Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology; Fertility and Reproductive Health University of Michigan Presentation 2: "Machine Learning Infrastructure in a Learning Health System" Karandeep Singh, MD, MMSc Assistant Professor of Learning Health Sciences Assistant Professor of Medicine University of Michigan Please register in advance, dlhs-umi.ch/lhs-collaboratory. Email: LHScollaboratoryfirstname.lastname@example.org The LHS Collaboratory is co-sponsored by the Department of Learning Health Sciences, the Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation, and the Office of Research at the University of Michigan.
HIV/AIDS Treatment Program Hosts Long-Term Survivors Celebration
On March 3rd, 2020, the HIV/AIDS Treatment Program (HATP)'s social work team hosted a celebration for long term survivors of HIV/AIDS. Having lost tens and even hundreds of friends and family members during the AIDS crisis (1980s and 90s) is a shared experience for many survivors, and as a result, many people live with residual grief, guilt, and even PTSD. Recognizing that events targeting long term survivors often center on remembrance, HATP social work wanted to provide an opportunity for long term survivors to celebrate survival, how far HIV care has come, and connect with others with similar experiences. The…
Working with Industry: Budgeting for Industry-Sponsored Studies
Join the Clinical Trials Support Office for the fourth installment in our Working with Industry series on Tuesday, March 24, where faculty will learn how to become more involved in the budgeting process for industry-sponsored studies. Faculty will receive a step-by-step guide on developing a budget by Anna Lok, MD, Assistant Dean for Clinical Research, who will use her years of experience and real examples from an actual protocol to share best-practices and helpful advice. This session will provide a view of budgeting from a faculty’s perspective and does not require prior accounting training or experience. Part Four will teach faculty how to:…
35th Annual University of Michigan Center for Gastrointestinal Research Retreat (Mar 14)
The University of Michigan Center for Gastrointestinal Research invites you to our 35th Annual Retreat, Saturday, March 14, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. The retreat will be held at the Biomedical Science Research Building, inside the atrium and Kahn Auditorium. This year’s honored Yamada Lectureship speaker is Gary D. Wu, M.D., Ferdinand G. Weisbrod Professor in Gastroenterology Director, Penn Center for Nutritional Science & Medicine, Co-Director PennCHOP Microbiome Program, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania. His Yamada Lectureship presentation title is “Lessons Learned from Interventional Studies on Diet and the Human Gut Microbiome”. We are pleased to announce that Drs.…
Schwartz Rounds: Navigating challenging family dynamics
Come join us for this month's Schwartz Center Rounds for Compassionate Care, entitled "Navigating challenging family dynamics." Panelists will discuss personal experiences, followed by a lively discussion. This session is eligible for CME, Nurse CE, and Social Work CEU. Lunch is available.
SMART Clinical Trial Design for Tailored Treatment Guidelines
This talk, presented by Kelley Kidwell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biostatistics, University of Michigan School of Public Health, will introduce sequential, multiple assignment, randomized trial (SMART) design as a tool to build effective, tailored intervention guidelines used for the prevention or treatment of diseases or disorders or for the implementation of best practices. Free lunch will be provided to those who register: https://tinyurl.com/yg5g6vnk