AMIA 2011 Year in Review Files and Presentation
This page contains information about the 2012 Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) Year-In-Review session that I conducted at the conclusion of the 2011 AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science. Background information, Files, and Bibliographic details are listed below, as is the slide presentation.
As with the other sessions, the items presented this year are ultimately selected by the presenter using an informal process, do not represent a systematic or comprehensive review, and certainly do not represent an organizational statement nor position of AMIA. I hope you find this useful. Below is information on this year’s session.
Details of search methodology:
Based on the above methodology, the following articles were ultimately selected by the presenter - Peter Embi, i.e. me, as notable contributions to the CRI literature over the past 1+ years. This included: (a) 22 main finalists and (b) 11 additional articles either briefly mentioned or semi-finalists that are listed below but may not have been discussed in detail during the presentation.
Main Bibliography - 2011 CRI Year-in-Review (Organized by Category):
Defining of CRI (briefly mentioned to set context/scope for review):
Data Warehousing & Knowledge Management:
Researcher Support & Infrastructure
Participant Recruitment & Eligibility Criteria:
Drug and Device Surveillance:
Consumer/Patient Engagement issues in CRI:
Policy and Vision Relevant to CRI: