December 9, 2021
Precision Health’s December webinar features a panel of four researchers from different departments:
- Rada Mihalcea, PhD, Professor, Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, College of Engineering
- Erkin Otles, Medical Scientist Training Program Fellow (MD-PhD student), Industrial & Operations Engineering, College of Engineering
- Max Spadafore, MD, Resident, Emergency Medicine, Medical School
- Cornelius James, MD, Assistant Professor, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics, Medical School
"What Clinicians Need To Know when Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning–Driven Technologies in Medical Decision Making"
What goes on behind the scenes when clinicians use these tools to provide evidence-based care? In this webinar—the third in the Precision Health educational series "Demystifying the Data, Processes, and Tools that Are Changing Clinical Care"—our panel weighs in on what is important for clinicians to know and how confident they can be when using these tools. Our panelists also describe training necessary to use these tools effectively to support medical decisions. Vicki Ellingrod, PharmD, Associate Research Dean and Professor, Pharmacy, will moderate the panel.