Contemporary issues in urban health: Using big data to improve population health
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Detroit, MI 48202
Researchers, practitioners and scholars from all disciplines are invited to take part in an engaging examination of big data and its impact on population health. Through presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions covering a wide range of topics, conference attendees will explore how big data can be used to identify health needs and potential interventions to improve the health of populations.
A continental breakfast, lunch and up to 5.5 contact hours are included with registration.
Topics and learner outcomes include:
- Explore how clinicians can engage with big data to identify population health issues, management, and outcomes.
- Discuss strategies for using social media data to identify evolving population health concerns.
- Discuss the ethical implications of using big data for research.
- Discover how secondary analysis of large, publicly available data sets can identify and quantify population-specific health problems.
Those unaffiliated with Wayne State University can register by March 1 and save $25 with the early bird discount code: urbanhealthearly. Special discounts are also available for WSU faculty, students and staff. For more information about discount codes and registration, contact email@example.com.
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