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SHRINE workshop: How to use the SHRINE web-based tool to generate aggregate number of patients across Harvard hospitals

Thu - Aug 10, 2017 1:00pm (1 hours)

SHRINE (the Shared Health Research Information Network) is a web-based query tool built on top of i2b2 (Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside) a widely used and robust platform for clinical research. SHRINE allows researchers to query across participating hospital electronic medical record systems in order to determine the total counts of patients who meet a given set of inclusion and exclusion criteria (currently demographics, diagnoses, medications, and selected laboratory values). These data will be most useful for investigators interested in: Identify or characterize potential clinical trial cohorts for recruitments, Generate new research hypotheses, Plan or conduct research requiring large sample sizes and Prepare grant applications. SHRINE is a service available to Harvard Medical School faculty (Instructor or above) and Fellows employed by one of the participating hospitals. Fellows must be sponsored by an approved faculty member. For more information, please visit: catalyst.harvard.edu/services/shrine

Location Countway Library at Harvard Medical School Lower Level 2, Room 025 Countway Library, Lower Level 2, 025

InstructorGali, Reddy
Type of ClassInformatics
Hands-on?Yes
Prerequisites
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