PhD student Brian Douthit and Rachel Richesson, associate professor, contributed to the "Real World Evidence: Clinical Decision Support" chapter of the NIH Collaboratory Living Textbook of Pragmatic Clinical Trials.
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, co-wrote the "Summary of second annual MCBK public meeting: Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge — A movement to accelerate translation of knowledge into action" article, which appears in the April issue of the Learning Health Systems journal. She was one of nine authors to work on the article.
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, published article entitled "Design and analytic considerations for using patient-reported health data in pragmatic clinical trials: report from an NIH Collaboratory roundtable" in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. Co-authors include F.W. Rockhold, Duke Clinical Research Institute; J.D.
Rachel Richesson, associate professor; PhD student Brian Douthit; and Daniel Hatch, biostatistician III; published an article entitled "Measuring implementation feasibility of c
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, will present on "Data Analysis, New Knowledge, and then What? Perspectives on Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge" at the 2020 Health Datapalooza, February 10-11 in Washington, DC.
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, recently delivered the keynote presentation entitled "Moving Clinical Research into the Real World: The Promise and Perils of Big Data and Informatics" at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's 2019 Biomedical Informatics Colloquium.
The colloquium brought together researchers across the translational spectrum interested in developing cross-disciplinary projects in biomedical informatics. The forum included presentations, networking, poster and travel award announcements and pilot funding opportunities.
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, recently had a book she co-edited entitled "Clinical Research Informatics" featured in a Duke Today article entitled "Spring Books: Adventures in Artificial Intelligence, Peruvian Guerrillas, Snow Leopards and More."
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, recently published a paper entitled "Statistical Code for Clinical Research Papers" in Annals of Internal Medicine. Co-authors include Gregory Simon of Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, Kevin Weinfurt of Duke Clinical Research Institute, Adrian Hernandez of Duke Clinical Research Institute and Lesley Curtis of Duke Clinical Research Institute.
Rachel Richesson, associate professor, recently presented a poster entitled "Visualization of SNOMED CT to Support Cluster Analysis for Knowledge Generation, Translational Research, and Precision Health" at the AMIA 2018 Annual Symposium.
A recent MSN graduate was the lead author of the poster, MSN '18 Marcia Bowen.