The conference at Vitalis 2023 consists of several tracks with panel discussions, keynote presentations and studio talks. Most of the content will also be available online via live broadcasts and recorded lectures, available on demand.
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Track: MIE: EducationAll sessions
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WORKSHOP: EFMI Accreditation of Master´s Degrees in Health Informatics: Sharing Experiences and Navigating the Assessment Process
John Mantas, Kaija Saranto, Ricardo Correia, Sabrina Magalhães Araujo
Wednesday May 24, 2023 08:30 - 09:45 J2
MIE: Education, English, On site only, Workshop, Orientation, Advanced, Researchers, Education (verification), Documentation
This workshop is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of the EFMI accreditation process, its benefits and importance, key requirements, and criteria, and tips for a successful accreditation application. Aimed at universities and institutions looking to attain EFMI accreditation, this workshop will provide valuable insights and guidance. Our experienced speakers will share their expertise, personal experiences with their master’s accreditation, and answer any questions participants may have about the process.
The integration of design thinking into medical informatics education is essential for development of innovative and effective health information technologies in our work domain. Design thinking is a problem-solving approach which focuses on understanding complex user needs and creating innovative solutions befitting those complex needs. It is a widely used approach for developing user-centered products and services, and distils creative methodologies to improve usability and effectiveness of health information systems.
This workshop discusses use cases for design thinking in medical informatics education, provides an overview of the lessons learned of incorporating design thinking into the curriculum, and will challenge the audience to experiment with two of the design thinking phases. The workshop also outlines the implications of design thinking for medical informatics educators, students and our work field, and provides suggestions for incorporating design thinking into existing medical informatics programs.
The aim of this presentation and paper is to identify the underlying obstacles and provide recommendations to promote the dissemination of competency-based learning objectives catalogs for curricular development in health data and information sciences.
Wednesday May 24, 2023 15:10 - 15:15 G2
MIE: Education, English, On site only, Presentation, Orientation, Introductory, Organizational development, Researchers, Care professionals, Healthcare professionals, Actual examples (good/bad), Education (verification), Innovation/research
How do you go from being a novice to becoming skilled in biomedical and health informatics, if you’re not on the list for comprehensive and formal education within the field? We studied this and will present our insights.