AMIA 2019 Informatics Educators Forum Ignite-style Talks

1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.


Teaching Multiple Competencies With a Personalized Medicine Project
M. Morton, University of Mississippi Medical Center

A Video Base Assignment for Competency Development in a Distance Based Master's Program
A. Kazley, Medical University of South Carolina

Breadth and Depth: An Overview of a Data Science Tools and Models Course for Biomedical Informaticians
R. Myers, G. Vacaliuc, L. Kavraki, C. Jermaine, Rice University

Opportunities at the Intersection of Nursing Informatics and Public Health Informatics: Case Study to Address Opioid Surveillance
C. Staes, University of Utah

New Programs and Curricula to Develop the Pipeline for Public and Population Health Informatics
B. Dixon, C. Harle Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health/Regenstrief Institute; T. Schleyer, Regenstrief Institute/Indiana University

Using a Flipped Classroom Approach to Improve Student Engagement in Online Health Informatics Courses
G. Randhawa, N. McQuigge, McMaster University

Developing a Fully Digital Textbook to Enable Adult Learning
P. Alafaireet, University of Missouri

3:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.


Master’s Program in Health Informatics and Data Science at Georgetown University
Y. Gusev, S. Rao, K. Bhuvaneshwar, A. Alaoui, S. Madhavan, Georgetown University

Health Informatics Education in the UK
G. Moulton, The University of Manchester; P. Taylor, University College London

A New Specialization in Nursing Informatics Leadership: The Case for Academic Health Informatics Expansion in the MOOC Space
K. Monsen, B. Westra, C. Delaney, D. Pesut, University of Minnesota School of Nursing

The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Informatics Learning and Professional Development for Health Care Professionals
G. Randhawa, Island Health/McMaster University; M. Jackson, Island Health

Galter DataLab: Bridging the Skills Gap for Informatics Researchers Through a Health Sciences Library
M. Carson, P. Shaw, S. Gonzales, K. Holmes, Northwestern University

Interprofessional Education in Quality, Safety, and Teamwork: Including Health Informatics
S. Boren, University of Missouri

9:15 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.


Partners Supply Variety to Informatics Skills Training for Researchers
P. Shaw, M. Carson, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine; J. Nugent, Northwestern University; K. Holmes, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Fostering Innovative Thinking Among Online Students in a Health Informatics Master's Program
R. Meehan, Kent State University

Deep Informatics: A Model of Academic—Industry Collaboration
C. Eckert, KenSci; T. Akande, University of Washington; T. McKelvey, KenSci; M. Leu, University of Washington

Development of an Interprofessional Educational Electronic Health Record
G. Rees, British Columbia Institute of Technology/University of British Columbia

A Last Lecture for Biomedical Informatics Students
W. Chapman, B. Chapman, University of Utah