Congresses, workshops, posters, talks, training, videos... in just 1 month!
FAIR4Health has had a very busy back to school this year, participating and organising several activities between the end of August and the end of September). Indeed, the consortium made 8 contributions to the following events, reaching out to around 500 people:
- MEDINFO 2019 (Lyon, France): SAS, UNIGE, HL7 and EFMI took part in 2 workshops entitled: "FAIR Health Data Sharing Initiatives in Europe: Opportunities and Challenges for international cooperation" and "FHIR for FAIR: Advancing interoperability for health data", gathering in total more than 120 attendees.
- GMDS 2019 (Dortmund, Germany): IMISE presented the project under the communication entitled: "FAIRe Dateninfrastrukturen für biomedizinische Fachcommunities"
- FAIR Enough? EOSC-Life workshop (Brussels, Belgium): AMC represented FAIR4Health in this workshop aiming to align and coordinate all FAIR initiatives involving health data.
- Building EOSC through H2020 projects (Brussels, Belgium): SAS attended this workshop organised by the European Open Science Cloud in order to contribute to the development of the EU framework for Open Science.
- Open Science FAIR 2019 (Porto, Portugal). SAS took part on the workshop entitled "Fostering a FAIR research culture - what works?" while UPorto and SRDC contributed to this event with the poster "User scenarios to promote the use of FAIR data on Health Research", gathering more than 150 attendees during the "minute madness" presentation.
- IBERGRID 2019 (Santiago de Compostela, Spain): Carlos Luis Parra-Calderón, consortium coordinator, presented the project to an audience composed by health informatic professionals, health professionals and public health system managers, among others.
Besides, in collaboration with the Platform for Innovation in Medical and Healthcare Technologies (ITEMAS Platform, a Spanish network to support healthcare innovation funded by the Spanish Health Institute Carlos III), a promotional video has been released (in Spanish, English version will come soon!) and it is already available at this link: https://youtu.be/6UH8ug2LAlY. Finally, SAS developed a FAIR informative session in Seville. directed towards health researchers and research data managers. This event was also broadcasted in live streaming and it is available at the FAIR4Health YouTube channel (link here).