Computable knowledge that is findable, interoperable, accessible, reusable, and trusted by all stakeholders is essential to improve the health of individuals and populations at scale—and to achieve high functioning Learning Health Systems. The Mobilizing Computable Biomedical Knowledge (MBCK) movement will propel the world toward this audacious goal.
The fifth annual MCBK meeting will be completely virtual meeting will include two sessions each day:
July 12 and 13, Sessions “LIVE” primarily for participants in the Americas and Europe:
- 9 AM – 1 PM U.S. eastern time
- 10 AM – 2 PM in Argentina and Brazil
- 2 PM – 6 PM in the U.K.
- 3 PM – 7 PM in Central Europe
July 13 and 14, Sessions “LIVE” primarily for participants in Australia and Asia but accessible from other parts of the world as well:
- 9 AM – 1 PM in Australia
- 7 AM – 11AM in China
- 7 PM – 11 PM U.S. eastern time on July 12 and 13
- 4 PM – 8 PM U.S. pacific time on July 12 and 13
All registered participants can attend all sessions.
All participants will have rapid access to recordings of sessions they do not attend “live”.
The program will showcase keynote presentations from innovators and trailblazers, participants’ contributed lightning talks showcasing their own work, breakout sessions, and networking huddles. Topics addressed, among many others, will include standards to promote computable knowledge FAIRness, technical infrastructure supporting CBK, promoting trust in models and algorithms, and developing a workforce to mobilize CBK.
Jeffrey Braithwaite (Aus)
Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University
Grahame Grieve FAIDH (Aus)
Prof Kristi Holmes (USA)
Prof Aziz Sheikh (UK)
The University of Edinburgh
Prof Emer Jeremy Wyatt (UK)
University of Southampton
Dr Luxia Zhang (CHN)
National Institute of Health Data Science, Peking University