Leipzig, Germany

Patient models, workflows and technical standards in OR

when 31 August 2017 - 31 August 2017
language English
fee EUR 150

Educational Objectives
 A perspective for Digital Patient Models, through a review of the development of medical modeling through the ages, will be provided.
 It will be demonstrated how medical modeling today has evolved into a digital format amenable to computer analysis and processing.
 Strengths and limitations of Digital Patient Models, especially with respect to predictive and machine learning capabilities will be reviewed.
 A Digital Patient Model for hepatocellular cancer will be presented and analyzed.
 The impact of Digital Patient Models on Personalized healthcare and future challenges will be discussed.
 Developing and analyzing Bayesian networks for decision support.
 Overview of recent developments and major challenges in the field of Surgical Workflow.
 Potentials and future applications of Surgical Workflow, know requirements of Surgical Workflow-systems and their application.
 Gain insights into the history of medicine and anatomy as well as modern research and preparation methods.
 Surgical workflow modeling with BPMN 2.0 and Workflow execution with Activiti workflow management system.

Target group

DORS is primarily aimed at graduates, doctoral students, post-docs and senior scientists from research and industry with a multidisciplinary background.

Credits info

We have applied for CME Credits.

Fee info

EUR 150: Fee for one module (one course).
For M.Sc./ PhD students it is 150 EUR for one course.
EUR 600: Early bird registration is open until 31.05.2017
For M.Sc./ PhD students it is 600 EUR for all courses of the Summer School from 28.08. - 01.09.2017.
Usual fee ist 700 EUR for all courses.


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