This site contains information about the Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) Year-In-Review sessions that I have conducted at the conclusion of the annual AMIA Summits on Translational Science since 2011.
Background and Overview:
After the success of the first annual AMIA Summit on Clinical Research Informatics (CRI) in 2010, the Scientific Program Committee for the 2011 CRI Summit decided to conclude future AMIA CRI Summits with a “year-in-review” session. I was invited to do these, and am honored to do so.
My approach to the CRI Year-in-Review is similar to the approaches used by Drs. Russ Altman and Dan Masys who conduct Years-in-Review for the TBI Summit and the AMIA Annual Symposium respectively. As such, my CRI year-in-review involves a combination of literature reviews discovered via a combination of PubMed searches (standardized and ad hoc) and suggestions from colleagues in the CRI community. In addition, I include notable events, initiatives, or achievements from the past year that I feel are relevant to and/or should be of interest to the field.
The final decisions regarding items selected for presentation during these session were mine and mine alone. They were based on the process described above and in more detail on each page. As such, they do not represent a systematic or comprehensive review, and they certainly do not represent an organizational statement nor position of AMIA. I’m sure that I missed some great articles and/or happenings, and for that I take full responsibility and apologize to anyone I might have offended.
My hope is that these lists of articles present a representative snap-shot of the excellent work taking place each year to advance CRI. Please follow the links to the right for more details.
Links to CRI Years-in-Review:
Below are links to each year-in-review page. Each contain basic information about that year’s presentation, search strategy, bibliography, and files for download: