4th Annual EDM Forum Stakeholder Symposium
Evidence, Data, & Methods to Build Learning Health Systems of the Future
June 7, 2014 | San Diego Convention Center | San Diego
Call for Abstracts
Submission Deadline: EXTENDED TO FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2014
The EDM Forum is pleased to announce a call for abstracts for the 4th Annual EDM Forum Symposium in San Diego on Saturday June 7, 2014. The Symposium will take place in advance of AcademyHealth’s Annual Research Meeting, and will feature scientific experts, delivery system and policy leaders, and innovators who are building learning health systems of the future.
Researchers, quality improvement specialists, practitioners, policymakers, patient and consumer groups, and Health IT professionals are invited to submit abstracts on current research methods, informatics, and governance approaches to using electronic health data for effectiveness and outcomes research, population health, quality improvement, and health care operations.
Presenters are eligible for travel support. Submissions will also be considered for publication in eGEMs (Generating Evidence and Methods to improve patient outcomes), the EDM Forum’s open-access peer-reviewed e-publication.
- Structured abstracts are required.
- Abstracts may not exceed 500 words.
- Submissions are due by midnight on February 28, 2014.
More details on submission requirements and guidance on the format and content of structured abstracts is provided in the EDM Forum Symposium Submission Guidelines.
All submissions will undergo a blind peer review and will be evaluated by their usefulness to advancing science; credibility; novelty; and clarity of writing and presentation. Authors will be notified of their submission status starting March 31, 2014.
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AcademyHealth’s EDM Forum was created through a cooperative agreement from AHRQ (U13 HS19564-01). Ongoing support for the EDM Forum comes from AHRQ U18 HS022789-01. Meeting materials, presentations, and eGEMs publications do not reflect the official view of AHRQ or the United States Department of Health and Human Services.