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Women in AMIA Podcast. Informatics turns data into information and knowledge. Informaticians discover health insights and accelerate healthcare transformation. The Women in AMIA Podcast showcases talented women at all career stages to reveal the limitless world of biomedical and health informatics professions, and the unique challenges women face pursuing S.T.E.M careers.

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Women in AMIA Podcast. Informatics turns data into information and knowledge. Informaticians discover health insights and accelerate healthcare transformation. The Women in AMIA Podcast showcases talented women at all career stages to reveal the limitless world of biomedical and health informatics professions, and the unique challenges women face pursuing S.T.E.M careers.

    Women in AMIA: Episode 11- Burnout and Technology

    Women in AMIA: Episode 11- Burnout and Technology

    Host: Wendy Marie Ingram, PhD, is a Psychiatric Epidemiology Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
    Guest Interview: Dr. Emily Webber, MD, FAAP, FAMIA, is the chief medical information officer at Riley Children’s Health and Associate CMIO for Indiana University (IU) Health. She is a pediatric hospitalist at Riley Hospital for Children and also is focused on the optimization of health IT, applications to improve quality care and patient safety and promoting the health of Indiana children and communities.

    • 37 Min.
    Women in AMIA: Episode 10 - Dr. Patti Brennan-Training the Next Generation of Informaticians

    Women in AMIA: Episode 10 - Dr. Patti Brennan-Training the Next Generation of Informaticians

    Host: Wendy Marie Ingram, PhD, is a Psychiatric Epidemiology Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
    Guest Interview: Patricia Flatley Brennan, RN, PhD, Director of the National Library of Medicine (NLM), a component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The NLM is the world’s largest biomedical library and the producer of digital information services used by scientists, health professionals and members of the public worldwide.
    Since assuming the directorship in August 2016, Dr. Brennan has positioned the Library to be the hub of data science at NIH and a national and international leader in the field. She spearheaded the development of a new strategic plan that envisions NLM a platform for biomedical discovery and data-powered health.  Leveraging NLM’s heavily used data and information resources, intramural research, and extramural research and training programs, Brennan aims for NLM to accelerate data-driven discovery and health, engage with new users in new ways, and develop the workforce for a data-driven future.
    Her professional accomplishments reflect her background, which unites engineering, information technology, and clinical care to improve the public health and ensure the best possible experience in patient care.
     

    • 44 Min.
    Women in AMIA: Episode 9 - Dr. Peter Embi-Diversity and Inclusion in Informatics

    Women in AMIA: Episode 9 - Dr. Peter Embi-Diversity and Inclusion in Informatics

    Host: Wendy Marie Ingram, PhD, is a Psychiatric Epidemiology Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
    Guest Interview: Peter Embi, MD, is the President and CEO of Regenstrief Institute. He is a research scientist, an associate dean at Indiana University School of Medicine, and Vice President for Learning Health Systems at IU Health in Indianapolis.  In addition, he was the chair of the board of directors here at AMIA from 2018-19.



     

    • 42 Min.
    Women in AMIA: Episode 8 - Women in AMIA Podcast presents: The "XX-MEN of AMIA" Live Podcast Event

    Women in AMIA: Episode 8 - Women in AMIA Podcast presents: The "XX-MEN of AMIA" Live Podcast Event

    Hosts: Wendy Marie Ingram, PhD, is a Psychiatric Epidemiology Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

    Randa Perkins, MD, FAMIA, is the Chief Medical Information Officer at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center in Tampa, FL.
    Guest Interviews: Wendy Chapman, PhD, Associate Dean for Digital Health and Informatics and a Director of a new Centre for Clinical and Public Health Informatics at the University of Melbourne in Australia. She is also the founding chair of the Women in AMIA Committee.
    Tiffani J. Bright, PhD, Biomedical Informatician Evaluation Research Team Lead at IBM Watson. Dr. Bright supports the Watson Health Evaluation Research Center by providing technical, informatics, and evaluative leadership in the design, development, and execution of evaluation research for Watson Health products.
     

    • 55 Min.
    Women in AMIA: Episode 7 - Dr. Gondy Leroy's Career Path

    Women in AMIA: Episode 7 - Dr. Gondy Leroy's Career Path

    Host: Pamela Garcia-Filion, PhD, MPH, a research scientist and associate professor in the Department of Biomedical Informatics at the University of Arizona College of Medicine 
    Guest Interview: Gondy Leroy, PhD, Professor, Management Information Systems, University of Arizona
    Dr. Leroy joined the Eller College of Management in 2013. Before coming to Eller, she taught at Claremont Graduate College, which she joined after earning her PhD in Management Information Systems from the University of Arizona in 2003. Her areas of expertise include natural language processing, text mining, text analytics, search engines, information retrieval and extraction and understanding by consumers, medical and biomedical informatics and human computer interaction and user studies. She is a member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS) and a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. 
    Topics:
    Natural Language Processing
    Importance of data sharing
    Transdisciplinary research
    How to navigate the leading edge of research

    • 17 Min.
    Women in AMIA: Episode 6 - Living in the Future and Out On the Edge

    Women in AMIA: Episode 6 - Living in the Future and Out On the Edge

    Host: Wendy Marie Ingram, PhD, Psychiatric Epidemiology Postdoctoral Fellow at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health 
    Guest Interview: Lisa Moon, PhD, RN, Healthcare Consultant, Interim CIO, and Board Member at Advocacy Consulting for Healthcare. Dr. Moon is also a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Minnesota-Twin Cities with over 30 years of nursing experience. She is an expert in designing healthcare for the future with the focus on consumerism. 
    Topics: 
    Nursing informatics
    Policy
    Consulting
    Consumer centered systems and data

    • 30 Min.

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