Great Plains IDeA-CTR Fifth Annual Scientific Meeting

Overview

The Annual Scientific Meeting will feature presentations on:

  • Innovative statistical approaches as applied to assess early-life experiences and their impact on future mental health
  • The concept of “Good Data,” the broad variety of data in healthcare, the conversion of information to data, native- vs boundary-based data interoperability, approaches of professional societies, drawbacks of registries, and transformation of healthcare toward a “liquid data” state
  • Bringing people together across disciplines to create new approaches

and

  • A high-stakes CTR Superstar Competition on Wednesday, October 6th from 3:15- 5:00 p.m., where a panel of distinguished judges will award $20,000 to a willing CTR pilot project pitch.

Registration Information

There is no fee to attend the Great Plains IDeA-CTR 5th Annual Scientific Meeting, held in conjunction with the UNMC College of Medicine Research Retreat.

 

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Cancellation Policy: If you register for this meeting and later need to cancel, please notify Amanda Fletcher as soon as possible so your registration may be cancelled.

Target Audience

Potential attendees include all with interest in the growing field of Clinical and Translational Research (CTR). This includes researchers (spanning basic, translational and clinical work), university of collegiate educators, administrators, healthcare professionals (e.g., physicians, advanced practice providers and nurses), public health experts, government officials, and community members at large or from a variety of organizations including not-for profits, faith-based institutions, employer groups, school systems, and other interested parties.

Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this activity, learners should be better able to:
  • Identify how innovative statistical approaches can be applied to assess early-life experiences and their impact on future mental health.
  • Define the concept of “Good Data,” the broad variety of data in healthcare, the conversion of information to data, native- vs boundary-based data interoperability, approaches of professional societies, drawbacks of registries, and transformation of healthcare toward a “liquid data” state.
  • Articulate how to bring people together across disciplines to create new approaches.

Continuing Education Information

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™.

Sponsor

This meeting is sponsored by the Great Plains IDeA-CTR and the UNMC College of Medicine; through the resources of UNMC Center for Continuing Education.