31 August 2017
Patient models, workflows and technical standards in OR
A perspective for Digital Patient Models, through a review of the development of medical modeling through the ages, will be provided.
It will be demonstrated how medical modeling today has evolved into a digital format amenable to computer analysis and processing.
Strengths and limitations of Digital Patient Models, especially with respect to predictive and machine learning capabilities will be reviewed.
A Digital Patient Model for hepatocellular cancer will be presented and analyzed.
The impact of Digital Patient Models on Personalized healthcare and future challenges will be discussed.
Developing and analyzing Bayesian networks for decision support.
Overview of recent developments and major challenges in the field of Surgical Workflow.
Potentials and future applications of Surgical Workflow, know requirements of Surgical Workflow-systems and their application.
Gain insights into the history of medicine and anatomy as well as modern research and preparation methods.
Surgical workflow modeling with BPMN 2.0 and Workflow execution with Activiti workflow management system.
DORS is primarily aimed at graduates, doctoral students, post-docs and senior scientists from research and industry with a multidisciplinary background.
We have applied for CME Credits.
EUR 150: Fee for one module (one course).
For M.Sc./ PhD students it is 150 EUR for one course.
EUR 600: Early bird registration is open until 31.05.2017
For M.Sc./ PhD students it is 600 EUR for all courses of the Summer School from 28.08. - 01.09.2017.
Usual fee ist 700 EUR for all courses.