Door opening: 08:15

Main Track


Young Researchers’ Track

Room 405 (follow the yellow line)
09:00-09:20Opening Session

Keynote 1: Transforming the healthcare ecosystem towards better interoperability

Sylvia Thun, Krefeld/Berlin

Session A1
Advancing Interoperability

SERO – A New Mobile App for Suicide Prevention (Meier L, Miletic M et al.)

FHIR2BPMN: Delivering Actionable Knowledge by Transforming Between Clinical Pathways and Executable Models (Helm E et al.)

Participatory Development of an Image-based Communication Aid for Migrant Patients and Emergency Nurses (Denecke K, Kaufmann B et al.)

Session B1
Apps for Patients and Healthcare Professionals; Part 1

Intervention Platform for Action Observation and Motor Imagery Training after Stroke: Usability Test (Fuchshofer K, Merz C et al.)

A structured review and evaluation of android mobile applications for yoga support (Sarkar S, Choi Y K, Kim K K)

10:50-11:15Coffee break

Session A2
Semantic Interoperability

Evaluation of domain-specific word vectors for biomedical word sense disambiguation (Toddenroth D)

Classification of Patient Portals described in Evaluation Studies using the TOPCOP Taxonomy (Leb I et al.)

Session B2
Workflow-based Support in Patient Care

Digitizing the ECG workflow: A state-of-the-art analysis (Reichenpfader D, Abu Baker M, Bürkle T)

An Interoperable Resuscitation Registry for the University Hospital of Bern (Miletic M et al.)


Keynote 2: Ethical implications of AI usage in Healthcare

Tanja Krones, Zurich
12:30-13:30Lunch break

Session A3
Medical Informatics for Medical Research

Aligning Biobanks and Data Integration Centers Efficiently (ABIDE_MI) (Prokosch HU et al.)

Burnout and Depression Detection using Affective Word List Ratings (Haug S, Kurpicz-Briki M)

Session B3
Apps for Patients and Healthcare Professionals; Part 2

Rehago – A home-based training app using virtual reality to improve functional performance of stroke patients with mirror therapy and gamification concept: a pilot study (Chen C-H, Kreidler T, Ochsenfahrt A)

Towards a FHIR-based Data Model for Coronary Angiography Observations (Holweg F et al.)


Keynote 3: Data quality – What do we want, what do we need, what can we pay for?

Rainer Röhrig, Aachen
14:45-15:10Coffee break

Session A4
Evaluation of IT influence

Potential of Electronic Medical Record Data for National Quality Measurement (Bernet N, Thomann S, Kurpicz-Briki M, Roos L et al.)

Digi-Care: Exploring the Impacts of Digitization on nursing work in Switzerland (Bürkle T et al.)

The Digital Transformation of Mental Health Care and Psychotherapy – a Market and Research Maturity Analysis (Schmid A M, Kurpicz-Briki M)

Session B4
Research in Medicine and Medical Informatics

Classifying numbers from EEG data – Which neural network architecture performs best? (Selvasingham S, Denecke K)

A Consent Tool for Secondary Use of Biomedical Data (Adams S, Uthayathas G, Sariyar M)

Navigation with Augmented Reality in a hospital (Drewlow J, Däppen M, Lehmann M)

16:15-16:45Panel Discussion – Digital health – From vision to best practices!
16:45-17:00Concluding Session
Award ceremony
17:00Get together («Apéro riche»)
18:30let’s walk to the old city of Biel and listen to an organ concert in the main church

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