Symposium of the Medical Informatics Initiative:
Strengthening research and advancing healthcare
- Results and Perspectives

Date:

5th – 6th of october 2022

1st day: 10.00 am - 6.15 pm
2nd day: 9.00 am - 14.30 pm

Get-together: 5th of october, starting at 6.30 pm

Location:

dbb forum
Friedrichstraße 169
10117 Berlin
Germany

Website: www.dbb-forum.berlin
How to get there: Your way to us

 

MII-Symposium 2022 - Save the date. Copyright: iStock.com/Everyday better to do everything you love

Within the scope of the Medical Informatics Initiative, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), medical and IT professionals collaborate with researchers and scientists across multiple disciplines in German university hospitals. Their shared goal is to digitally capture hospital healthcare data, making these available for research – to provide faster and better medical treatments. At the same time, therapies can be improved for individual patients. The BMBF provides around 300 million euros with the aim of strengthening medical research and improving patient care. The coordination office is jointly managed by TMF (Technology, Methods and Infrastructure for Networked Medical Research), MFT (German Association of Medical Faculties), and VUD (German Association of Academic Medical Centers).

At the MII symposium, the results achieved by the initiative in the current funding phase (2018-2022) will be presented and discussed. In addition, an outlook on upcoming challenges in the upcoming phase (2023-2026) will be given.

Keynote speakers:

Portrait Katrin Crameri. Copyright: SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
Dr. Katrin Crameri, MPH, Swiss Personalized Health Network (SPHN)
Portrait Anne Moen. Copyright: UiO / Øystein Horgmo
Professor Anne Moen, University of Oslo
Portrait Lars Steinmetz. © Marietta Schupp, EMBL
Professor Lars M. Steinmetz, Stanford University

 

Programme:

The programme comprises the following sessions: 

1st day 

  • Session 1: The MII as the centrepiece of data-based health research in Germany

  • Session 2: How can researchers use data in the context of the MII? 

  • Session 3: Networking of MII: from university hospitals to the outpatient and regional sector 

  • Session 4: Digitilisation of medicine for better patient care: clinical use cases of MII 

2nd day

  • Session 5: Patient participation in the MII 

  • Session 6: Policy framework for research data usage

  • Session 7: Medical informatics as a future-oriented research field: junior research groups of MII 

More information on the programme and registration is forthcoming.

 

Dialogue Forum: 

The Dialogue Forum will take place on the 6th of October 2022, 14.45 - 16.00 pm following the MII Symposium. Members of the MII's Dialogue Forum are invited to attend.

 

Event format:

  • The congress language is German. Individual keynotes will be held in English language.
  • Participation in the MII Symposium 2022 is free of charge. Registration is necessary. The number of places is limited.
The event is scheduled as presence event. We will follow the current SARS-CoV-2 infection control regulation. We kindly ask you to wear a FFP2 mask in the public areas of the location as well as during the event.
 

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