The seminar series 'Registers as a data source for effectiveness and patient safety research' continues on October 6st at 2.15pm-3.45pm at CA102 Canthia) with Prof Kaija Saranto's talk ‘An adverse event reporting system as a research database.' The content of her talk will cover the following perspectives: The structure of an adverse event reporting system, example of studies conducted using AE reports, reliability and validity concerns and ethical questions.
Kaija Saranto is the professor in Health and Human Services Informatics at the University of Eastern Finland. In 2013 she was also the acting professor in patient safety. She is a Fellow of the American College of Medical Informatics and also the co-chair of Medinfo 2015 conference. Her research interest is information management in health care and patient safety.
All interested participants are warmly welcome and no pre-registration is required. The program of the seminar series is available at http://www.uef.fi/documents/2048437/2362854/REGEPI_14autum.pdf/9aa862dd-75bd-4bbd-8b6c-3450a35aecd8.
Additional Information: Irma Nykänen, Reseach Centre for Comparative Effectiveness and Patient Safety, Irma.nykanen(at)uef.fi
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