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    Published on 22.12.2014 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    En esta presentación se expone en qué medida la Web Semántica está impactando en las posibilidades de descubrimiento de nuevo conocimiento en el sector de la Biomedicina mediante la integración de datos y la utilización de las metodologías, tecnologías, estándares y desarrollos existentes en el marco de la web semántica. La exposición se llevó a cabo en el Biohackathon 2012. Da un idea del estado de situación de la web semántica en el ámbito de la biomedicina.

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    Published on 4.4.2014 by Equipo GNOSS

    Linked Open Drug Data: three years on

    Este artículo explica el trabajo que ha desarrollado en los últimos tres años el grupo W3C Health Care and Life Sciences interest group en área de Linked Data relacionado con medicamentos. 

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    Published on 18.12.2013 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    Integración de datos entre el servicio de salud y el servicio de asuntos sociales con Web Semántica. GNOSS.

    Artículo en el que se expone como la aproximación al problema de la integración de datos en el mundo de la atención sociosanitaria debe ser una aproximación semántica. Salir del aislamiento y la falta de coordinación existente entre el sistema de salud y el sistema de servicios sociales en lo que ha gestión de la información se refiere requiere tecnología. En este caso la tecnología semántica supone un enfoque y una aproximación que permite avanzar más rápido y supera los enfoques de integración tradicionales.

    Portar los datos e interoperar entre datos es posible cuando los mismos están representados semánticamente.

    http://challenge.semanticweb.org/2013/submissions/swc2013_submission_13.pdf

     

     

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    Published on 3.4.2013 by Equipo GNOSS

    Research Data Alliance

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    Research Data Alliance

    The Research Data Alliance aims to accelerate and facilitate research data sharing and exchange. The purpose of the Research Data Alliance is to accelerate international data-driven innovation and discovery by facilitating research data sharing and exchange, use and re-use, standards harmonization, and discoverability. This will be achieved through the development and adoption of infrastructure, policy, practice, standards, and other deliverables.

    The Research Data Alliance is being brought into existence by an initial three research funding organisations:

    • The Australian Commonwealth Government through the Australian National Data Service supported by the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Strategy Program and the Education Investment Fund (EIF) Super Science Initiative
    • The European Commission through the iCordi project funded under the 7th Framework Program
    • The United States of America through the RDA/US activity funded by the National Science Foundation

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    Published on 18.3.2013 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    Health & Social Care Information Centre

    We are the national source of health and social care information.


    We collect data from a range of health and care organisations, analyse it and publish it in a range of easily accessible formats to help commissioners make better decisions about care and local providers improve their health care services. We also support academics, researchers, regulators and policymakers in their work.

    In April 2013 the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) will be established as a new Executive Non-Departmental Public Body (ENDPB). This new organisation will incorporate functions from the existing HSCIC, IT systems delivery functions currently undertaken by NHS Connecting for Health and Strategic Health Authority informatics functions.  


    Our vision

    It is our vision to deliver maximum value from our health, public health and social care data as a publicly-owned national asset used for a wide range of secondary purposes, such as policy development, planning and commissioning, service improvement, research, public accountability and transparency.

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    Published on 18.3.2013 by Pablo Hermoso de Mendoza González

    The project | Linked2Safety

    The central piece for healthcare and public health is information. Electronic Health Records (EHRs) contain an increasing wealth of medical information has the potential to significantly advance medical research, personalized healthcare, as well as health policies formulation, providing society with additional benefits within a global health perspective, with applications ranging from disease prevention and genetics to surveillance and epidemiologic studies. Healthcare Organizations and the pharmaceutical industry in Europe both share a common goal, to deliver the best possible personalized treatments and innovative medicines to improve patient outcomes. The industry believes that technological advances and broad implementation of EHRs in Europe can achieve this goal and accelerate clinical research.

    The above highlights the need for the development of an advanced environment for clinical research that enables seamless, secure and consistent integration of clinical care information in EHR with information in clinical trial systems, which will facilitate a) the early detection of patients’ safety issues, b) the identification of adverse events and c) the identification of a suitable critical mass of patients to participate in small (Phases II and III) or larger scale (Phase IV) clinical trials.

    Within this requirement formulation, we argue that recent innovations in the Semantic Web research, e.g. semantic interoperability efforts and Linked Data technologies, can support the development of an extensible, scalable architecture that will facilitate the semantic interlinking between spatially distributed clinical care information sources, electronic patients’ health
    records and clinical trials systems for gathering and sharing adequate knowledge to support decision making in medical and clinical research
    . These technologies will be empowered by a common shared infrastructure (including ontologies and common medical vocabularies, as well as health care record structures, and medical logic representations), mapping and alignment tools, patients’ data privacy, anonymity, security and authorized access techniques, for exposing, sharing, and connecting pieces of healthcare, medical and clinical data, information, and knowledge. The utilization and deployment of the aforementioned technologies for addressing semantic and technical interoperability of EHR/PHR and EDC repositories will result in an interoperability framework, which will allow homogenized, standardizedaccess to distributed patients data and clinical information resources.

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    Material de apoyo de la conferencia de la intervención de Xavier Aganjo, director de Proyectos de DIGIBÍS y de la Fundación Ignacio Larramendi, en la Jornada: "La participación de la sociedad civil: el papel de las fundaciones en el sector salud".

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    Published on 28.1.2013 by Equipo GNOSS

    Middlesex medical Image Repository with a CBIR ArchivinG Environment

    Proyecto inanciado por JISC  que ha consistido en realizar un repositorio de imágenes médicas usada por sistemas de enseñanza  e-leaning.

    Este repositorio es usado en el sistema de aprendizaje OASISplus, conocido también como Blackboard Vista , desarrollado en la Middlesex University (MU).

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