The Harvard Clinical Informatics Lecture Series (HCILS) provides a forum for clinicians and researchers at HMS and beyond to learn the field of clinical informatics. The series addresses core topics in clinical informatics as outlined by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education as well as cutting edge research being done nationally.
This series is designed to change the way clinicians approach clinical informatics problems and provide them with tools to create more successful intervention.
The seminar intends to provide attendees with the tools to:
- Apply Clinical Informatics principles to solve clinical and operational challenges
- Understand proven informatics tools and techniques
- Critically review informatics evidence
Sessions are held virtually (via Zoom) on Tuesdays 12–1pm. Check the DBMI Calendar for upcoming sessions and descriptions.
**Please register in advance at the link provided below**
Zoom Registration Link
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing
information about joining the meeting.
To receive weekly notifications of meetings and subsequent CME surveys, please join the HCILS Mailing List.
2020–2021 Schedule (Virtual)
|11/3/20||Preserving Privacy for Patients and Families: Confidential Notes in Pediatrics||Chase Parsons, DO, MBI, FAAP
Physician Lead for Informatics Prescriber Education and Clinical Decision Support
Pediatric Hospitalist | Division of General Pediatrics
Instructor of Pediatrics | Harvard Medical School
Boston Children’s Hospital
|11/10/20||Lipika Samal, MD, MPH
Associate Physician, Brigham and Women's Hospital
Assistant Professor of Medicine, HMS
John Torous, MD, MBI
|10/27/20||Conducting Clinical Trials to Study Mobile Apps||
|10/20/20||Digital Phenotyping Using Smartphones|
|10/13/20||Real-world Informatics Challenges in Building a Real-World Oncology Registry: The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation’s CureCloud Experience||Steven E. Labkoff, MD, FACP, FACMI, FAMIA
Chief Data Officer, Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Doctor of Medicine, Temple University Medical School
|10/6/20||A Sociotechnical Framework for Safety-Related EHR Research Reporting: The SAFER Reporting Framework||Dean Sittig, PhD
Professor, Biomedical Informatics
|9/29/20||21st Century Cures, APIs, and a Roadmap For Patient-Led Data Sharing||William Gordon, MD, MBI
Director, Solution & Experience | Digital Care Transformation | Mass General Brigham
|9/22/20||High Quality Research and Innovation in a Commercial EHR||Adam Wright, PhD, FACMI, FAMIA, FIAHSI
Professor of Biomedical Informatics,
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
GAN Tutorial - From basics to current state-of-the-art, and towards key applications in medicine
Razvan Marinescu, PhD
ML-Driven Clinical Documentation: A New EHR Paradigm
Graduate Student, MIT CSAIL