Instructions to presenters

 


Full papers and Short communications

Each speaker is responsible to bring the PowerPoint presentation to the Technical Desk, at least 2 hours in advance of the presentation. Flash memory USB compatible is the recommended way.

Please, prepare the presentation and train yourself in such a way in order to strictly observe time scheduling: a delay in your presentation affects the subsequent to you speakers, hence the overall programme.

Expected time of oral presentation: 11 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for questions.


Panels, Workshops and Demonstrations

Each speaker is responsible to bring the PowerPoint presentation to the Technical Desk, at least 2 hours in advance of the presentation. Flash memory USB compatible is the recommended way.

Please, prepare the presentation and train yourself in such a way in order to strictly observe time scheduling: a delay in your presentation affects the subsequent to you speakers, hence the overall programme.


Instructions for E-Poster

E-poster viewing will have no specific presentation date and time. The presenter may stand by the e-poster viewing screen in order to present their e-poster during breaks. 

Please submit your poster the latest on October 9, 2018 till midnight to mirahsz.hsz@gmail.com

Technical requirements: 

  • Submit your e-poster as one slide ppt
  • e-poster should be prepared in English
  • Layout: landscape (horizontal orientation)
  • Format 16:9
  • File size: maximum file size is 3 Megabytes (3MB).
  • Media: images/photos, graphs and tables can be included in the e-poster

 

Preliminary Programme

Information changed 2018-09-25


Monday, 15th

Time

Ban Jelačić Hall

Ban Zrinski Hall

Lobby1 & Lobby2

8.00 – 9.00

Registration

9.00 – 9.30

Opening session

9.30 – 10.15

Keynote speech:
Dr. Kaija Saranto

10.15 – 10.45

Break, posters

10.45 – 12.15

Session 1

Panel 1

12.15 – 13.00

Session 2

Demonstration 1

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch, posters

14.00 – 15.30

Session 3

Session 4

15.30 – 16.15

Session 5

Session 6

16.15 – 16.30

Break, posters

16.30 – 18.00

Workshop

16.30 – 17.30

Session 7

17.30 – 18.15

EFMI reviewers meeting

19:30

23:30

Gala Dinner
Ban Frankopan Hall, Hotel Dubrovnik, Zagreb

 

Tuesday, 16th

8.30 – 9.15

Keynote speech:
Dr. Mark Ebell

9.15 – 9.30

Plenary Session: John Mantas

9.30 – 11.00

Session 8

HL7 Workshop

11.00 – 11.15

Break, posters

11.15 – 12.45

Panel 2

Session 9

12.45 – 13.15

Demonstration 2

Session 10

13.15 – 14.00

Lunch, posters

14.00 – 15.30

Session 11

Session 12

15.30 – 15.45

Closing session

Details:


Opening session     Charing: Marijan Erceg

Keynote speech       Charing: John Mantas
Dr. Kaija Saranto


Session 1
Innovative Decision-making Methods and Technologies

  1. Biomedical Informatics Investigator (Id11)
    Peter ELKIN, Sarah MULLIN, Sylvester SAKILAY
  1. Modular knowledge-based decision support system dedicated to a cooperative decision to prevent cardiovascular diseases (Id47)
    Adrien UGON, Emmanuel JOBEZ, Hector FALCOFF, Marie-Christine JAULENT, Pierre MENETON, Madeleine FAVRE, Rosy TSOPRA
  1. Semantically Structured Web Form and Data Storage: A Generic Ontology-Driven Approach Applied to Breast Cancer (Id57)
    Fouad SADKI, Jacques BOUAUD, Gilles GUEZENNEC, Brigitte SEROUSSI
  1. A Speech Sound Disorder Screening System Database Structure (Id69)
    Emilian ERMANN MAHMUT, Vasile STOICU-TIVADAR
  1. Implementing Guideline-Based, Experience-Based, and Case-Based Approaches to Enrich Decision Support for the Management of Breast Cancer Patients in the DESIREE Project
    Brigitte SEROUSSI, Jean-Baptiste Lamy, Naiara MURO, Nekane LARBURU, Booma Devi SEKAR, Gilles GUEZENNEC, Jacques BOUAUD
  1. Automatic annotation tool to support supervised machine learning for scaphoid fracture detection
    Vasiliki FOUFI, Sébastien LANTERI, Christophe GAUDET-BLAVIGNAC, Pascal REMY, Xavier MONTET, Christian LOVIS

Panel 1

Education in Biomedical and Health Informatics: Needs and Reality
Kristina FIŠTER, Caroline PERRIN, Simon de LUSIGNAN, Jadranka BOŽIKOV, John MANTAS


Session 2
Data Science, Big Data Analytics, Statistical Inference to Support Decision-making

  1. Ontologies in big health data analytics: application to routine clinical data (Id91)
    Harshana LIYANAGE, John WILLIAMS, Rachel BYFORD, Lampros STERGIOULAS, Simon de LUSIGNAN
  1. Common Data Models (CDMs) to enhance international big data analytics: a diabetes use case to compare three CDMs (Id87)
    Harshana LIYANAGE, Siaw-Teng LIAW, Jitendra JONNAGADDALA, William HINTON, Simon de LUSIGNAN
  1. Types of data clarify senses of data processing purpose in health care (Id84)
    Petteri MUSSALO, Ulla GAIN, Virpi HOTTI

Demonstration 1

Early detection of type 2 diabetes mellitus
Leona CILAR, Sergej KMETEC, Petra POVALEJ BRŽAN, Nino FIJAČKO, Primož KOCBEK, Janja LORBER, Gregor ŠTIGLIC


Session 3
Skills and Competencies

  1. ADHD mobile app feasibility test for adults
    Anna Laura LUIU
  1. Team competencies and educational threshold concepts for clinical information modelling
    Philip SCOTT, Kai U. HEITMANN
  1. Dual purpose, dual audience: MCDA-based tools can simultaneously support personal health decisions and educate persons and clinicians
    Mette Kjer KALTOFT, Jesper Bo NIELSEN, Jack DOWIE
  1. HIN – Health Issue Network as means to improve case-based learning in health sciences education
    Oscar TAMBURIS, Fabrizio RICCI, Fabrizio PECORARO, Daniela LUZI, Fabrizio CONSORTI, Valentina MINGARELLI
  1. Healthcare Informatics Project-Based Learning: an example of a Technology Management graduation project focusing on Veterinary Medicine
    Arriel BENIS
  1. Mixed Reality supporting modern medical education
    Stelian NICOLA, Lacramioara STOICU-TIVADAR

Session 4
Decision Support Systems in Hospitals

  1. Development of an Automatic Coding System for Digestive Endoscopies (Id73)
    Iris TERNOIS, Jean-Baptiste ESCUDIE, Robert BENAMOUZIG, Catherine DUCLOS
  1. Enhancing CDSS Alert Appropriateness in Clinical Workflow Using Lean Method (Id24)
    Olufisayo OLAKOTAN, Maryati MOHD YUSOF, Sharifa Ezat WAN PUTEH
  1. Data Reuse through Anesthesia Data Warehouse: Searching for New Use Contexts (Id67)
    Antoine LAMER, Anaïs DEMAY, Romaric MARCILLY
  1. Model of Decision Making Support for a Doctor in the Treatment of an Oncosurgical Patient in a Hospital (Id51)
    Irina VASILYEVA, Yuri UDALOV
  1. Patient Decision Aids: A decision tree analysis of current tools (Id58)
    Alexandra GHEONDEA-ELADI
  1. Pilot analysis of knee arthroplasty patient characteristics relevant for building a decision support system for nurses (Id93)
    Amanda BUUS, Mads STAUSHOLM, Britt LAUGESEN, Mogens BERG LAURSEN, Ole HEJLESEN

Session 5
Decision Support Systems in Primary Healthcare

  1. Knowledge Formalization to Support Decision-Making in Heart Failure Treatment (Id48)
    Aida KAMIŠALIĆ LATIFIĆ, David RIAÑO, Tatjana WELZER
  1. Preference-sensitive apomediative decision support is key to facilitating self-produced health (Id56)
    Mette Kjer KALTOFT, Jesper Bo NIELSEN, Jack DOWIE
  1. Intelligent Patient Flow Management System at a Primary Healthcare Center – the Effect on Service Use and Costs (Id88)
    Henni TENHUNEN, Petteri HIRVONEN, Miika LINNA, Olli HALMINEN, Iiris HÖRHAMMER

Session 6
Decision Support Systems in Hospitals, Innovative Decision-making Methods and Technologies

  1. The impact of telementoring (Id68)
    Hege Kristin ANDREASSEN, Line LUNDVOLL WARTH
  1. Integral Homeostasis Index in a Decision Support System for the Assessment and Prediction of the Clinical State in Children with Severe Mechanical Trauma (Id31)
    Sergei ARSENIEV, Valeri AMCHESLAVSKY, Valeriy LUKIANOV, Andrea RAPPELSBERGER, Klaus-Peter ADLASSNIG
  1. A Concept for Improving Cross-sector Care by a Mobile Patient Navigator App (Id4)
    Kerstin DENCKE, Philip KYBURZ, Sascha GFELLER, Yihan DENG, Thomas BUERKLE

Workshop

Helping and Supporting Patients Through their 21st Century Health and Social Care Journey: Nursing Holds the Key
Inge MADSEN


Session 7
Data Science, Big Data Analytics, Statistical Inference to Support Decision-making, Data Visualization, Geographic Information Systems and Decision-making

  1. KITE – An Analytics Platform for Multimorbidity Management (Id34)
    Pierpaolo TOMMASI, Alessandra PASCALE, Stéphane DEPARIS, Spyros KOTOULAS
  1. Disparities in Population-Level Socio-economic Factors are Associated with Disparities in Preoperative Clinical Risk Factors in Children (Id39)
    Ruhi MAHAJAN, Eun Kyong SHIN, Arash SHABAN-NEJAD, Max R LANGHAM, Michelle Y. MARTIN, Robert L DAVIS, Oguz AKBILGIC
  1. Utilising Information of the Case Fee Catalogue to Enhance 30-day Readmission Prediction in the German DRG System (Id54)
    Alphons EGGERTH, Dieter HAYN, Sai Pavan Kumar VEERANKI, Jörg STIEG, Günter SCHREIRER
  1. Designing a Coding Data Warehouse to Support and Enhance Medical Act Coding (Id77)
    Joseph NOUSSA YAO

EFMI reviewers meeting
Burning problem: reviewing
EFMI Board


Keynote speech      Charing: Zdenko Sonicki

Dr. Mark Ebell


Session 8
Innovative Decision-making Methods and Technologies

  1. Implementing CDS Hooks Communication in an Arden-Syntax-Based Clinical Decision Support Platform (Id15)
    Martin SPINETH, Andrea RAPPELSBERGER, Klaus-Peter ADLASSNIG
  1. Towards an Evidence-Based Decision Support Tool for Management of Musculoskeletal Conditions (Id38)
    Barbaros YET, William MARSH, Dylan MORRISSEY
  1. Assessment of decision models for hybrid approaches (Id45)
    Nicole HECHTEL
  1. GDPR and Health Personal Data Tricks and Traps of Compliance (Id74)
    Andrej OREL, Igor BERNIK
  1. Interrelation of drug search on the Internet and police seizure in the Republic of Croatia (Id43)
    Marko BAŠKOVIĆ, Zdenko SONICKI
  1. Anonymized distributed PHR using Blockchain for openness and non-repudiation guarantee (Id23)
    David MENDES, Irene Pimenta RODRIGUES, César FONSECA, Manuel José LOPES, José Manuel GARCIA-ALONSO, Javier BERROCAL

Workshop HL7 – sponsored by HL7 Croatia

Dr Philip SCOTT: “The NHS is on FHIR! Clinical and technical collaboration through PRSB and INTEROPen”

Miroslav KONČAR, HL7 Croatia Chair


Panel 2

Artificial Intelligence Applications Enabling Clinical Decision Support

Stephane MEYSTRE, Christian LOVIS, Carlos PARRA, Erin WEEDA, Andrew MATUSKOWITZ, Jihad OBEID


Session 9
Education

  1. Similarity detection between virtual patients and medical curriculum using R (Id7)
    Martin KOMENDA
  1. Curriculum Development of a Health Informatics Master Course in Understanding Technology (Id32)
    Berglind SMARADOTTIR, Martin GERDES
  1. Educational Landscape of Biomedical Informatics in Croatia: Who Are the Teachers and What Are Their Attitudes (Id35)
    Kristina FIŠTER, Pero HRABAČ, Danko RELIĆ, Berislav IŠGUM, Marijan ERCEG
  1. Specification and Description Language of Medical Activities (Id12)
    Eustache MUTEBA AYUMBA
  1. Physical and Sedentary Activity among Facebook Users in Croatia (Id66)
    Ivana CRNKOVIĆ, Janko BABIĆ, Aleksandar RACZ
  1. Incorporating uncertainty in decision support: an end-of-life educational illustration (Id8)
    Mette Kjer KALTOFT, Jesper Bo NIELSEN, Jack DOWIE

Demonstration 2

Where is additive manufacturing in medicine in Croatia?

Mladen ŠERCER, Miodrag KATALENIĆ, Damir GODEC


Session 10
Data Visualization, Geographic Information Systems and Decision-making

  1. Bridging clinical and social determinants of health using unstructured data (Id29)
    Joao H BETTENCOURT-SILVA, Natasha MULLIGAN, Conor CULLEN, Spyros KOTOULAS
  1. Phenotyping Obstructive Sleep Apnea patients: a first approach to cluster visualization (Id96)
    Daniela FERREIRA-SANTOS, Pedro PEREIRA RODRIGUES

Session 11
Data Science, Big Data Analytics, Statistical Inference to Support Decision-making

  1. Caveats for the use of the active problem list as ground truth for decision support (Id20)
    Werner CEUSTERS, Jonathan BLAISURE
  1. Development of a Secure Cross-Institutional Data Collection System based on Distributed Standardized EMR Storage (Id44)
    Katsuya TANAKA, Ryuichi YAMAMOTO, Kazuhisa NAKASHO, Atsuko MIYAJI
  1. Secondary use of healthcare structured data: the challenge of domain-knowledge based extraction of features (Id55)
    Emmanuel CHAZARD, Grégoire FICHEUR, Alexandre CARON, Antoine LAMER, Julien LABREUCHE, Marc CUGGIA, Michaël GENIN, Guillaume BOUZILLE, Alain DUHAMEL
  1. Enhancing nationwide medico-administrative databases analysis with SAF4SUHAD, a statistical analysis framework for secondary use of healthcare administrative (Id64)
    Alexandre GEORGES, Thibaut BALCAEN, Grégoire FICHEUR, Alexandre CARON, Emmanuel CHAZARD
  1. Twister: a tool for reducing screening time in systematic literature reviews (Id71)
    Karl KREINER, Dieter HAYN, Günter SCHREIER
  1. Comparison of changes in the number of included patients between interventional trials and observational studies published from 1995 to 2014 in three leading journals (Id80)
    Arnaud DEZETREE, Emmanuel CHAZARD, Daniel SCHLEGEL, Sylvester SAKILAY, Peter ELKIN, Grégoire FICHEUR

Session 12
Decision Support Systems in Hospitals and Primary Care

  1. Harnessing ontologies to improve prescription in pediatric medicine (Id50)
    Oana Sorina LUPSE, Ciprian-Bogdan CHIRILA, Lacramioara STOUCU-TIVADAR
  1. Process Anaylsis and Decision Support Tools in Parenteral Nutrition in Children (Id25)
    Zorica ŽITKO, Miroslav KONČAR, Mario CIFREK
  1. Design of InterFACE: a Tool to Improve Collaborative Work and Decision Making during Rescucitation (Id36)
    Frederic EHRLER, Marzia Del ZOTTO, Frederic ROUYER, Thomas WEINHOLD, Christian LOVIS, Johan SIEBERT
  1. Computer assisted Oswestry Disability Questionnaire evaluation using fuzzy inference systems (Id98)
    Norbert GAL, Mihaela CRIŞAN-VIDA, Vasile STOICU-TIVADAR, Alexandra GRADEA, Emanuela Georgiana GAL-NADASAN
  1. Decades of Learning in Medical Decision Support – Mapped into a Blended Learning Module of the HiGHmed Consortium for Health Professionals (Id99)
    Inga KRAUS, Elisabeth NYOUNGUI, Stefan VOGEL, Markus SUHR, Otto RIENHOFF
  1. Terminology coverage from semantic annotated health documents (Id59)
    Stefan DARMONI

EFMI Plenary Session
European Survey of Academic Programs in Biomedical and Health Informatics – the EFMI AC2 initiative
John MANTAS

Closing session       Charing: Vesna Ilakovac