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  • 2018 Webinars
  • 2018 Webinars

    FAMIA Applied Informatics Recognition Program: NIWG Q&A

    FAMIA Applied Informatics Recognition Program: NIWG Q&A


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    Canary: a free Natural Language Processing Platform for Clinicians and Researchers

    Canary: a free Natural Language Processing Platform for Clinicians and Researchers


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    OpenNotes, Informatics, and the Power of Patient Access

    OpenNotes, Informatics, and the Power of Patient Access


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    Report from Workshop on Sociotechnical Interventions for Health Disparity Reduction

    Report from Workshop on Sociotechnical Interventions for Health Disparity Reduction

    Forging a Path to Nursing Informatics Leadership within AMIA

    Forging a Path to Nursing Informatics Leadership within AMIA


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    A Feasible, Patient-Centric Architecture for Effective Community Health Information Infrastructure

    A Feasible, Patient-Centric Architecture for Effective Community Health Information Infrastructure


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    How Data Commons are Changing the Way that Large Biomedical Datasets are Analyzed and Shared

    How Data Commons are Changing the Way that Large Biomedical Datasets are Analyzed and Shared


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