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This is the agenda of the [[AID]] out-of-cycle meeting, jointly hosted with FHIR.  
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This is the agenda of the [[AID]] out-of-cycle meeting to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.  
  
 
*Date: June 3rd, 2014. 09:00-17:30
 
*Date: June 3rd, 2014. 09:00-17:30
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==Agenda==
 
==Agenda==
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#Administrative agenda items
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#*Announcements
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#*Aproval of the agenda
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#Implementation aspects of my own PHR (Dirk Jan van der Pol, [http://www.quli.nl Quli], NL)
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#*Dirk Jan, akin to [http://www.ted.com/talks/dave_debronkart_meet_e_patient_dave.html e-Patient Dave] once suffered from cancer - and decided to develop his own PHR to collect and manage his own health data. Dirk Jan, unlike Dave, has a background in software development and therefore has the perfect background and motivation to develop a PHR.
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#*Dirk Jan will share his background, and will subsequently focus on the challenges of trying to incorporate data from all sorts of sources in his own PHR - which meant he had to create clinical models, and resourted to a tagging mechnism in order to retrieve and associate relevant bits of data.
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#''Other presentations''

Revision as of 09:05, 6 January 2014

This is the agenda of the AID out-of-cycle meeting to be held in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

  • Date: June 3rd, 2014. 09:00-17:30
  • Location: Amsterdam
  • Language: English

Agenda

  1. Administrative agenda items
    • Announcements
    • Aproval of the agenda
  2. Implementation aspects of my own PHR (Dirk Jan van der Pol, Quli, NL)
    • Dirk Jan, akin to e-Patient Dave once suffered from cancer - and decided to develop his own PHR to collect and manage his own health data. Dirk Jan, unlike Dave, has a background in software development and therefore has the perfect background and motivation to develop a PHR.
    • Dirk Jan will share his background, and will subsequently focus on the challenges of trying to incorporate data from all sorts of sources in his own PHR - which meant he had to create clinical models, and resourted to a tagging mechnism in order to retrieve and associate relevant bits of data.
  3. Other presentations