AMIA Working Groups serve as networks in which current members can exchange information on a particular area of special interest in biomedical and health informatics.Join a Working Group
AMIA Working Groups serve as networks in which current members can exchange information on a particular area of special interest in biomedical and health informatics. Working Groups provide a way for members old and new to collaborate, meet new colleagues and become involved in the development of positions, issues, white papers, programs, and other activities that benefit the informatics community. Each Working Group extends to an online community in which members discuss key issues and developments in the field. Working Groups are open to all AMIA members.
How to Join a Working Group
You must be a member of AMIA. To join a Working Group, please go to AMIA Activities.
AMIA's Online Communities
AMIA's online communities platform provides a rich environment for member-based communication. The web-based Socious platform provides state-of-the-art management of communities and discussions. Click to access the online communities, and login using your AMIA login information.
If you have any questions about AMIA's online communities, please contact AMIA’s director of member services, Rob Rader at rob at amia.org.
To find the new listserv address for the WG you're trying to reach, please select the working group.
Working Group Leaders Visit AMIA HQ on May 23, 2012
Front Row (L to R)
Eric Pan, CDS-WG; Jason Mitchell, PCI-WG; Vojtech Huser, WGSC;Terry Seaton, PI-WG; Jos Aarts, POI-WG; Nawanan Theera-Ampornpunt, ST-WG; Umberto Tachinardi, CRI-WG
Back Row (R to L)
Larry Ozeran, RIA-WG; Robert Freimuth, GEN-WG; Rahul Kashyap, ICI-WG; Rob Rader, AMIA Staff; Martha Adams, WGSC; Lindsey Hoggle, CHI-WG; Janise Richards, GHI-WG; Juliana Brixey, ED-WG; Yang Gong, WGSC; Amit Acharya, DI-WG; Thankam Thyvalikakath, DI-WG; Carolyn Petersen, ELSI-WG; Genevieve Melton-Meaux, WGSC; Patricia Dykes, NI-WG