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ANZICS Critical Care Datathon - Sydney 2018

Sue Huckson

Saturday, 28 April 2018 at 9:00 am - Sunday, 29 April 2018 at 5:00 pm (AEST)

ANZICS Critical Care Datathon - Sydney 2018

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Type Remaining End Quantity
Observer
For observing the function of the Datathon and seeking further engagement with future Datathons. Observers also need to sign the Non-Disclosure Agreements to participant as part of the governance of the event.
21 Registrations 30/04/2018 Free  

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ANZICS Critical Care Datathon Sydney 2018

This is your offer to attend the ANZICS Critical Care Datathon Sydney 2018, based on your recent Expression of Interest at ANZICS Critical Care Datathon (http://datathon.anzics.com.au). 

You must RSVP and complete the ticketing process to obtain a ticket to secure your place in the Datathon on 28-29 April 2018

The Datathon has been oversubscribed due to an overwhelming demand through Expressions of Interest (EOI) and a waitlist has been opened.

 

Ticketing procedure

  • Attendee ticketing for the Datathon closed on 16 April 2018.
  • As the Datathon is now at capacity demand, there is a strict “no ticket, no entry” rule in place. 
  • A waiting list has been opened for later registrants of Expressions of Interest, based on time of registration of EOI.
  • If you do not complete the ticketing process as described, a person on the waiting list will be offered your ticket.
  • A valid ticket relies on agreeing to follow the Non-Disclosure Agreements and data usage agreement for working with potentially sensitive healthcare data from Australasia and North America.
  • Your ticket will be deemed invalid if you do not agree to the NDA process below.

 

Non-disclosure Agreements (NDA)

  • Each database in use at the Datathon has its own requirements. It is important that these documents are read and understood.
  • You will be asked to acknowledge receipt of these NDAs when obtaining a ticket.
  • There two agreements (please click on the hyperlinks to open in a new window):
  • You must bring these two documents (downloaded, printed and signed) to the Datathon. If you do not, you will be deemed to have an invalid ticket.


More information about the US MIMIC database it is available at this link:

with instructions to access the database and access a repository of shared code on Github.

 

Further information

When you have completed your ticketing process, you will be on the email list for Datathon preparation. More information will be provided to this list to help you prepare for the weekend.

The Datathon organising committee are working on bringing together the correct mix of clinicians, data scientists, health policy makers, industry-partners and leading researchers to make the event highly engaging and productive.

The aim of the Datathon workshop is to break down barriers to new insights into critical care in an informal, engaging and purposeful atmosphere of small working groups.

There will be ‘roving mentors’ with a wide range of expertise to assist and provide advice on: exploring the problem you are addressing, developing a project, data visualisation and much more. 

The Datathon is a catered event and will run from the morning of Saturday 28th April 2018 morning to afternoon of Sunday 29th April 2018, with presentations on Sunday afternoon. The Saturday Session will run formally to 1700hrs.

We are looking forward to seeing you there!

 

Have questions about ANZICS Critical Care Datathon - Sydney 2018? Contact Sue Huckson

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Peter Nicol Russell Learning Studio 310
Faculty of Engineering and ITs
Maze Crescent
The University of Sydney, NSW 2006
Australia

Saturday, 28 April 2018 at 9:00 am - Sunday, 29 April 2018 at 5:00 pm (AEST)


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Organiser

Sue Huckson

CORE Manager
+613 9340 3423​
Sue.Huckson@anzics.com.au​

http://www.anzics.com.au/Pages/CORE/CORE-Contacts.aspx

ANZICS CORE supports research on resource issues and planning, state-wide infrastructure planning, in​fluenza pandemic planning, biosecurity and terrorism planning, critical care workforce and local hospital staffing, demographic aspects, quality activities, processes of care and international trends and comparators.  The centre also researches the availability and utilisation of critical care resources, patient outcomes, mortality, disease patterns and the effectiveness of critical care interventions.​​​​

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