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July 2019


  • 2019 OHDSI 中国年会, June 27th-29th, Shanghai Jiao Tong University(上海交通大学)
  • 2019 OHDSI中国年会科研创意大赛获奖情况
    • 刘家豪 第1名
      • 武汉同济医院
      • The treatment of endometrial cancer
    • 简畅等 第2名
      • 南通大学
      • Patient-level prediction–Integrated prostate cancer treatment solution based on global data
    • 曾少卿 第3名
      • 华中科技大学同济医学院附属同济医院
      • Real world setting of ovarian cancer treatment.
  • 2019复旦大学医学院暑期FIST课程
    • https://ohdsichina.org/真实世界与大数据分析培训班
    • http://register.fudan.edu.cn/p/publish/show.html?queryType=set&searchName=paidInfo.search%20&projectId=71328&from=singlemessage&isappinstalled=0
    • Day 1 Introduction to OMOP common data model and standardized vocabularies
      • This is a 4 day course. The first day will be an introductory course to the OHDSI OMOP common data model and standardized vocabulary. This course will first start with insights on the origins of OMOP and OHDSI. From there, it will move into an introduction of OMOP standardized vocabulary. As the day goes on, more in-depth knowledge of the vocabulary’s relationships and hierarchy will be provided along with exercises that will help the students better understand the OMOP standardized vocabulary. Next, the class will move into the OMOP common data model and how to use the different tables within the model. We will end the class with examples of how to use the model in a study of new users of warfarin.
    • Day 2 Phenotyping and cohort building
      • Day 2 training will focus phenotyping and cohort building. Using a study question around Hepatitis B, students will learn how to properly define the phenotypes necessary for this study. They will learn about the different building blocks that can be used to define a phenotype. They will also learn the constructs of how OHDSI defines a cohorts: initial event, additional criteria, exit criteria. Students will learn how about the different kinds of cohorts needed to conduct a properly study. This includes the target cohort, the outcome cohorts, and negative control cohort, if applicable. After learning the concepts behind phenotyping and cohorts, the students will begin building the concept sets/cohorts using Atlas.
    • Day 3
      • Session 1 Cohort characterization and Prediction model design
        • Once the cohorts are defined, students will learn how to run the cohort characterization feature in Atlas. Once executed, students will need to analyze the patient populate to determine if the population is adequate for the study. If the cohorts requires modifications or changes, students will be given the opportunity to make the changes and re-evaluate the cohort and the population. Once the cohorts are defined and ready, students will learn about the different parameters available in a prediction model. Students will learn about the different analysis settings (model, covariate, population), execution settings, and training settings. The students will start defining the proper settings needed to create the Hepatitis B study.
      • Session 2 How to do an ETL conversion in OMOP
        • To perform an OMOP conversion, one must first understand what the OMOP CDM and standardized vocabulary is. This course will provide students with some introduction and tips on how to properly perform an OMOP conversion. This is a 2 day course. Day 1 will provide focus on analysis on the source data and the ETL mapping. This includes using OHDSI tools, White Rabbit, Rabbit in a Hat, and Usagi. They will also learn about how to properly perform a source to standard concept mapping. Common “gotcha” within an ETL conversion will be provided and the students will get an opportunity to analyze Synpuf data to find these gotcha and issues.
    • Day 4
      • Session 1 Execute the prediction and review the results
        • Once the study is defined, in the evening of the previous day, the faculty stuff would have executed the study in their own environment. Students will spend Day 4 reviewing the results of the prediction. In order to consider a paper for international journal publication, students must first learn what are the requirements of publishing in an international journal. Once this is established, students will review the results and evaluate whether or not the study and results are publication worthy. Student will then learn to use Atlas to help with the creation of a publication.
      • Session 2 How to do an ETL conversion in OMOP
        • Day 2 will focus on the technical aspects of an OMOP ETL conversion. How does one start to do a conversion and which technology platform is the right one? Is there a specific approach one can use to help maximize the conversion? What are some of the gotcha’s during the development of the conversion. Once the conversion is done, what type of quality checks should be performed? How does tools such as Achilles help and where is the best place to fit this tool into the process?
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