This year, the 2021 Critical Care Datathon will be hosted as a concurrent event in Sydney, Melbourne and Singapore on the 17th & 18th July, 2021.
Brought to you by the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS), in partnership with the Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI), the University of Sydney, the National University of Singapore and the University of Melbourne, the Critical Care Datathon aims to bring together clinicians, data scientists, researchers and anyone interested in using data for health-related research to inform and improve outcomes.
Please note, the while the datathons across both countries will run concurrently, the registration process will be managed separately. For Singapore attendees who wish to join the datathon through the National University of Singapore, please click here. Australian-based attendees please continue to use this site.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Physicians, nurses, allied health, data scientists, data engineers, software engineers, academics and students alike who are passionate about healthcare data, keen to learn and enjoy collaborating with like-mined people.
WHAT WILL I LEARN?
Be a part of a team to address a real clinical problem, explore methods where analysis of datasets influences clinical practice and/or health policy decisions. Strengthen collaboration across professional groups, build on shared expertise and be mentored by the best in the world.
Participants will work in a cross-disciplinary team to address a current health care problem using data analytic technologies. The datasets available will include the ANZICS CORE Adult Patient Database (APD), the Australian and New Zealand Paediatric Registry (ANZPICR) and the Critical Care Resources (CCR) Dataset, the MIMIC Critical Care Dataset and the eICU Collaborative Research Dataset. The Singapore datasets to be confirmed shortly.
Teams will be mentored and encouraged to complete their research project beyond attendance at the Datathon. Each team will have the opportunity to present their seed research findings toward the close of the event and commendations will be awarded for the most outstanding studies.
Kick start your data science skills now and be a part of the 2021 Critical Care Datathon!