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Medical Informatics Europe 2022 in Nice, France

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Valuable application of AI in medicine and building trust

A 4-member delegation from the Institute of Medical Informatics at Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin attended the Medical Informatics Europe conference held in Nice, France, May 27-30. The theme of the conference was "Challenges of trustable AI and added-value on health".

The theme of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine also guided the scientific contributions of our institute's research fellows, including poster presentations and short communication papers on AI content in medical education, training, and continuing education, as well as on mapping and transferring clinical data into research-centered databases.

AI-related competencies in medical undergraduate curricula was addressed in the poster presentation by Lina Mosch: A Germany-wide survey investigated the implementation of learning opportunities on AI at medical schools in 2021 (Mosch et al., 2022).

The short presentation by Louis Agha-Mir-Salim presented the results of the inventory analysis of AI-based learning content in continuing medical education and specialty training in Germany, which were also identified in the Germany-wide survey in 2021 (Agha-Mir-Salim et al., 2022).

The poster contribution of Anne Flint focused on the necessary steps to use alarms from intensive care units for artificial intelligence application (Flint et al, 2022).

Niklas Giesa presented a data integration project for systematic storage of routine clinical data (EHRs) into the schema of the widely used MIMIC-IV database (Giesa et al., 2022).

Louis Agha-Mir-Salim and Lina Mosch also led an interactive workshop on AI skills for medical professionals. In a lively discussion, the participants developed scenarios and concepts for teaching AI skills to (future) physicians.




Niklas Giesa, M. Sc.

Data ScientistCharité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Postal address:Charitéplatz 110117 Berlin

Lina Mosch

Physician in residency as anesthesiologist | Junior Digital Clinician Scientist Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Postal address:Charitéplatz 110117 Berlin

Anne Rike Flint, M. Sc.

Medical Informatics SpecialistCharité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Postal address:Charitéplatz 110117 Berlin

Louis Agha-Mir-Salim, MBBS

Resident physician in medical informaticsCharité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Postal address:Charitéplatz 110117 Berlin

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