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CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN DIABETES SELF-MANAGEMENT EDUCATION AND SUPPORT: THE ANALYSES OF DIABETES MOBILE APPLICATIONS AND PROVIDER DOCUMENTATION PATTERNS
Presenter:

Qing Ye

Date:

03-10-2020

Time:

9:00am-10:00am

Location:

714CE Clinical Support & Education Bldg

Diabetes mellitus is one of the most prevalent chronic diseases in the United States. As a disease with long-term complications requiring changes in management, diabetes requires not only education at the time of diagnosis, but ongoing diabetes self-management education. The goal of this dissertation is to identify challenges and opportunities in diabetes self-management education and

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Neural information extraction in biomedical domain: issues and challenges
Presenter:

Misha Kovalenko

Date:

02-20-2020

Time:

3:30pm-4:30pm

Location:

Leadership Auditorium

Much medical data today remain inaccessible thus limiting their impact on patient care. Images and illustrations, scientific articles, and free-text reports do not allow for easy extraction and re-use of the knowledge they contain. They lack the structure and metadata necessary for automated processing and annotation. The resources required to collect and annotate manually are

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Applied AI in CDSS in Medicine: A Systematic Review
Presenter:

Ploypun Narindrarangkura

Date:

02-13-2020

Time:

3:30PM-4:30PM

Location:

Leadership Auditorium

Objective: Clinical decision support systems (CDSS) are continuously developing to solve medical problems and try to improve healthcare management, which has shown a significant result in reducing medical errors and improving multiple healthcare processes. These days, artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more influential in healthcare supporting physicians to make a clinical decision.  Materials and Methods: A systematic review

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Contrast Data Mining and Pattern Discovery for Glaucoma Risk Assessments
Presenter:

Murugesan Raju

Date:

02-13-2020

Time:

3:30PM-4:30PM

Location:

Leadership Auditorium

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of irreversible blindness across the world, about 70 million people have glaucoma, and 4.4 million people are blind due to undiagnosed glaucoma by optic nerve damage worldwide. Studies show that early prediction is the best way to prevent irreversible blindness. To address this problem, we applied a subgroup contrast

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Evaluation of chronic disease education & health information quality using online social networks & communities
Presenter:

Nishant Jain

Date:

12-05-2019

Time:

3:30pm-4:30pm

Location:

Leadership Auditorium

Chronic diseases such as diabetes, cancer and mental illness are the leading causes of morbidity and disability. The total cost in the United States was $327 billion for diagnosed diabetes, 80.2 billion for cancer and $193.2 billion for serious mental illness. Chronic diseases rely a great deal on patient education and self-management and social media

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