2020 MEETING

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, MCBK 2020 Annual Meeting will be an online interactive conference, replacing the live meeting originally planned to take place at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Maryland.

PROGRAM

Tuesday, June 30

Each plenary presentation will be followed a by Q&A session

Agenda

Speaker Bios

11:00 – 11:30 am EDT

Charles Friedman University of Michigan

Rachel Richesson Duke University


11:30 – 12:00 noon EDT

Patricia Brennan National Library of Medicine

Moderated by Rachel Richesson Duke University


12:00 – 1:30 pm EDT

Kristi Holmes Northwestern University

Violeta Ilik Columbia University

Jeff Oliver University of Arizona

Bart Ragon University of Virginia

Moderated by Chris Shaffer UC San Francisco & Terrie Wheeler Weill Cornell Medicine


1:30 - 2:30 pm EDT

Grace Peng National Institute of Biomedical Imaging & Bioengineering

Herbert Sauro University of Washington

Moderated by Charles Friedman University of Michigan


2:30 - 2:40 pm EDT

Break


2:40 - 3:40 pm EDT

The following systems will be presented:

MAGIC App: Linn Brandt MAGIC Evidence Ecosystem Foundation

Semedy: Saverio Maviglia Semedy

Knowledge Grid: Allen Flynn University of Michigan

Apervita, Inc.: Blackford Middleton Apervita, Inc.

Moderated by Peter Embi Regenstrief Institute


3:40 - 3:50

Break


3:50 – 4:15 pm EDT

Moderated by Peter Boisvert University of Michigan

(Author(s) will share their posters with all attendees via a rapid presentation)


4:15 - 5:15 pm EDT

Standards Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Bruce Bray University of Utah & Bob Greenes Arizona State University

Technical Infrastructure Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Leslie McIntosh Research Data Alliance & Chris Shaffer UC San Francisco

Trust & Policy Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Blackford Middleton Apervita, Inc. & Jody Platt University of Michigan

Sustainability & Inclusion Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Chris Dymek AHRQ & Jerry Perry University of Arizona

5:15 – 6:15 pm EDT

Discussions with poster authors in virtual rooms



Wednesday, July 1

Each plenary presentation will be followed a by Q&A session


11:00 am – 12 noon EDT

MCBK-USA

Charles Friedman University of Michigan & Rachel Richesson Duke University

MCBK-UK

Philip Scott University of Portsmouth & Jeremy Wyatt University of Southampton

ACTS

Steve Bernstein AHRQ


12:00 – 1:00 pm EDT

Michael S. Fitts University of Alabama at Birmingham, UAB Libraries

Sally Okun UnitedHealth Group

Moderated by Josh Rubin University of Michigan

1:00 - 1:05 pm EDT

Break


1:05 – 3:30 pm EDT

Workgroups: Action Session Breakout Sessions

Standards Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Bruce Bray University of Utah & Bob Greenes Arizona State University

Technical Infrastructure Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Leslie McIntosh Research Data Alliance & Chris Shaffer UC San Francisco

Trust & Policy Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Blackford Middleton Apervita, Inc. & Jody Platt University of Michigan

Sustainability & Inclusion Workgroup

Co-Chairs: Chris Dymek AHRQ & Jerry Perry University of Arizona


3:30 - 4:00 pm EDT

Charles Friedman University of Michigan

Rachel Richesson Duke University

Doug Van Houweling University of Michigan


4:00 - 5:00 pm EDT

Adjourn: See You Next Year!

The University of Michigan Medical School is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians. The University of Michigan Medical School designates this live activity for a maximum of 10.5 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.


PROJECT POSTERS REQUIREMENTS

Due to the COVID-19 situation the MCBK 2020 Poster presentations will be done via a virtual format. All poster submissions should be sent to: MCBK-info@umich.edu by 5pm on June 12, 2020.

Poster submissions will be accepted on a rolling admission timeline, and authors will be notified via email as to whether their poster will be included in the session. At least one poster author must register to attend the MCBK virtual meeting as a presenter in an on-line 'lightning session,' followed by a longer question and answer social hour breakout session. Once you receive a poster acceptance email you will be given access to an online document where you can upload a lightning slide that summarizes your poster.


I. Overview of MCBK Meeting Poster Session

The poster session will feature two parts:

  1. One registered presenter will participate in a 1-minute “lightning session”, on June 30, 2020. The poster should be represented in a lightning slide that shares the poster content in an easily readable way. An email address for the presenter(s) and a hyperlink to a pdf version of the poster should be included on the lightning slide.
  2. Poster presenters will participate in a zoom breakout social hour on June 30, 2020, where the presenter will answer questions and discuss the work with interested meeting attendees.

The poster session presenter does not have to be the first author but must be familiar enough with the work described on the poster to have an informal conversation with attendees during the breakout session. they should be able to answer questions. This is an opportunity to have stimulating conversations about your work with a variety of stakeholders who are interested in MCBK.

In advance of the meeting, all accepted poster presenters will receive clear instructions regarding the logistics for the poster session.


II. Required Poster Proposal Information – the following information must be included with your poster proposal submission.

General Information about the Poster

a) Title of Poster

b) Classification - All persons who are submitting poster proposal(s) should indicate from among several possible classifications, the one that most accurately characterizes the predominant thrust of the poster content. These categories will be used to assist conference planners in grouping related posters, and, in assisting attendees with their selection of posters they want to be sure to see. The definitions of each category are provided below:

  • Types of Computable Biomedical Knowledge (CBK): Content that focuses on different types of CBK. Examples might include statistical models, computable guidelines, deeplearning models, etc.
  • Policy, Trust and Privacy: Content that focuses on policy, trust, privacy and security aspects of CBK. Examples might include research, projects, or other initiatives related to transparency, reliability, reproducibility and consistency of CBK.
  • Standards and Metadata: Content that focuses on existing standards that could be applied to CBK or, identifying metadata for purposes of annotating CBK. Examples might include metadata that makes CBK more findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable.
  • Systems, Platforms, Tools and Services: Content that focuses on one or more aspects of a CBK system, or platform, that is in use, under development, or at a testing or prototype stage. Examples might include platforms that solve a particular health problem, or, one that is important to a particular domain, stakeholder group, etc.
  • Scenarios and Use Cases: Content that focuses on describing and analyzing the development, substance, and/or response to specific situations and programs. Examples might include illustrations of real-life CBK scenarios within various domains including Education, Research, Clinical Care, Public Health, etc.
  • Credentialing, authorship, curation and publishing: Content that focuses on the knowledge management aspects of CBK. Examples might include roles and responsibilities related to curation and publishing of CBK artifacts.
  • Infrastructure: Content that focuses on those things that are necessary to move CBK from generation into practice. Examples might include ways of facilitating the testing, versioning, use, evaluation, scalability, interoperability, and dissemination of CBK.
  • Curricular/Pedagogical/Training: Content that focuses on the development and substance of specific course content in either required or optional courses, as well as in both credit and non-credit formats that focus on MCBK issues. Examples might include curriculum that is specific to the implications and importance of making Biomedical Knowledge, computable.
  • Other Dimensions of CBK: Any content that focuses on areas not described above.

c) Author(s) Information

Please include the names, city/state, credentials, e-mail addresses and institution/company for every author. You must submit this information along with your poster abstract.

d) Poster Description

Provide a poster description/abstract of 200 words or less that clearly describes your proposal. If your proposal is selected for presentation, this description will be used on the conference website and in the conference program. The poster abstract must contain a statement that begins with "This poster presentation is particularly relevant to...." This sentence should be completed in such a way as to help conference participants with

  • Different interests, and
  • Knowledge/experience levels to better determine the scope and level of the poster

TECHNICAL POSTERS REQUIREMENTS

Due to the COVID-19 situation the MCBK 2020 Technical demonstration presentations will be done via a virtual format. Send all technical system and platform demonstration proposals to MCBK- info@umich.edu by Friday, June 12, 2020 at 5pm EDT.

A decision on project poster proposals will be sent via e-mail to the submitting author. At least one presenter must register to attend and be available to present virtually on June 30.


I. Overview of Technical Poster Session

All those working with CBK are invited to submit an original proposal to demonstrate live software that illustrates one or more aspects of a working CBK system, or platform. The proposed demo must be capable of being presented via the Zoom videoconferencing software online and show a system that is in use, under development, or at a testing or prototype stage. Demonstrations at MCBK 2020 should highlight first-hand experience and lessons learned from developing research prototypes or operational systems. Because of the change in the meeting's format, only a limited number of systems and platforms will be selected. Priority will be given to systems and platforms that demonstrate applicability to a wide scope of health topics and have the potential to scale for use at multiple sites and organizations.

  1. One registered presenter will participate in a 1-minute “lightning session”, on June 30, 2020. The technical poster should be represented in a lightning slide that shares the content in an easily readable way. An email address for the presenter(s) and a hyperlink to an online demonstration of the technical poster, should be included on the lightning slide. In advance of the meeting, those selected to demonstrate their CBK systems will receive further instructions.
  2. Project poster presenters will also participate in a zoom breakout social hour, where the presenter will further showcase their demonstration, answer questions and discuss the work with interested meeting attendees. Each presentation in the breakout session will last for approximately 15-20 minutes.


II. Required Technical System/Platform Demo Request Information – the following information must be included with your platform request submission.

General Information about the Technical System/Platform

a) Provide a Title of the System/Platform

b) Supply the following items about the System/Platform as an Overview

    • What is/are the general health domain(s) of the system?
    • What is/are the system’s specific purpose(s) or uses?
    • Who are the primary users of the system? Who has the system been built for?
    • What will be the main aspects of the system covered in your demonstration?
    • What CBK does your system include and how is that CBK managed or used by the system?
    • Has your system been demonstrated before at a scientific conference? If yes, where and when?

Requestor(s) Information

Please include the names, city/state, credentials, e-mail addresses and institution/company for every person associated with the demo request. You must submit this information along with your demo request.

Technical System/Platform Description

Submissions of demonstration proposals must be no more than 200 words and must clearly answer the questions above about your system/platform. Diagrams are welcome if they help to describe the system and what it does.

If your system is selected for a demo at the meeting, the description you submit about the system will be used on the conference website and in the conference program.

Although not required, to help the reviewers of your demonstration request understand your system, you are encouraged to complement the demonstration submission with links to an online demo, screencast, or video.