Can our data systems and electronic health records help us see what we may not otherwise see?
Connecting The Dots: “Quantifying the Impact of Natural Supports”, with Dr. Scott Leon
Connecting The Dots: “Applying AI with Narrative Data”, with Dr. Kate Cordell, Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder at Opeeka.
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On the forth episode of Connecting the Dots, we will be speaking with Gavin Rienne, MPH, an Epidemiology & Biostatistics Ph.D. candidate at the University of Kentucky College of Public Health.
What role will AI play in our helping systems and how can it be used to improve outcomes for individuals and families?
We are pleased to announce the second episode of Connecting the Dots “Dialogues with Data” with our guest speaker Dr. Scott Fairhurst of the Pacific Clinics.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the first series of our IPH Center Live events, “Connecting the Dots: The Making of Meaningful Metrics”. This live video podcast will be an in-depth, and broadly accessible, exploration of innovative approaches for translating assessment data into meaningful metrics across the helping professions.
The 2022 TCOM Conference is the biggest event hosted by the Praed Foundation and the TCOM Team every year. This event typically has anywhere from 300 – 550 people in attendance each year. For this year’s conference, we will be hosting in-person presentations in New Orleans, LA at the JW Marriott New Orleans from September 21 – 23, 2022. We will also host our 3rd annual virtual Cloud Gathering from September 26 – 27, 2022 on the Webex Virtual Platform. To gear up for this event, we invite you to meet some of the faces that will be at this year’s TCOM Conference.
The 2022 TCOM Conference registration will be taking place September 21 – 27, 2022 with an in-person and virtual option. Registration for the conference is now live!
We have started a new series, “Ask A TCOM Trainer” on our TCOM YouTube Channel. TCOM trainers from the Center for Innovation in Population Health and guests from across the TCOM world will weigh in on the topics that matter most to our community. Our goal with this series is to help people understand the TCOM tools and framework, and how TCOM can make a positive impact on others.
We are creating brief videos describing the research and highlighting findings of relevance to policy and practice. We will be highlighting these videos on our TCOM YouTube Channel.