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2018 AABB Annual Meeting Session
Program Chair: Aaron Tobian, PhD, MD
Speakers: Nareg Roubinian; Ruchika Goel, M.D., MPH; Gustaf Edgren
Intended Audience: Physician, Perfusionist, Nurse, Medical Director, Manager, Donor Recruiter, Director, Research Scientist, Residents/Fellow, Student (MD, MT, SBB), Supervisor, Technologist, Transfusion Safety Officer
Teaching Level: Intermediate
Description: The role of 'Big Data' in medicine can be transformative in building better health profiles with predictive models at both individual patient large population levels. New developments in Pathology Informatics as well as electronic health records (EHR) increasingly support the collection of ‘big laboratory and clinical data’. It is encouraging that some of these innovations are now being applied successfully to transfusion medicine (TM)!
This session aims to highlight some novel and innovative big data applications made by some national and international TM researchers. We seek to introduce the audience to the utility of collaborative efforts in yielding high quality research output while introducing the audience to the statistical caution that needs to be exercised in big data approaches. The eventual goal will be to show examples to apply the knowledge to improve the implementation of best practice in transfusion medicine globally.
Session Chair: Dr. Aaron Tobian, MD PhD
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