Events

  • Location:

    Hannover, Germany

  • Start Date:

    April 07, 2019

  • End Date:

    April 10, 2019

  • Summary:

    FAIR4Health will organize a workshop in the EFMI STC 2019 conference hosted by PLRI in Hannover next April

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Dates

From April 07, 2019 to April 10, 2019

Event Description

Prof. Carlos L. Parra-Calderón and Francisco J. Núñez-Benjumea will present the workshop entitled "The European FAIR4Health Initiative" as part of the workshop series of the FAIR4Health project.

The objectives of this session are the following:

  • To engage stakeholders by providing training and awareness raising on the FAIR data principles and its potential impact in the Health research domain.
  • To receive feedback from key stakeholders regarding the challenges posed in the application of the FAIR data principles in Health research and how to overcome them.
  • To gather expressions of interest for FAIRification of Health research datasets beyond the FAIR4Health partnership.

For further info, please visit the following link: https://stc2019.plri.de/program/workshop-1

This EFMI Special Topic Conference (STC) is dedicated to Prof. Peter L. Reichertz, celebrating his 50th academic anniversary in medical informatics: In 1969, Peter L. Reichertz became Full Pofessor at the newly founded MHH in Germany. He held the first chair of the department on medical documentation and data processing –later the Medical Informatics Department – at that time including the Medical Computer Center. In the early eighties, he established with Prof. D. Peter Pretschner the Medical Informatics courses at the University of Braunschweig, Institute of Technology. In 2007, the departments in Hanover and Braunschweig joined forces and became the Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics, PLRI.

PLRI is hosting the STC 2019 meeting on behalf of the German EFMI institution, GMDS, in collaboration with EFMI Translational Health Informatics Work Group and other IMIA, EFMI, and GMDS working groups from April 7th to April 10th, 2019, at the historic Leibniz House, which is located directly in the city center of Hannover as well as the Hannover Medical School.