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November 24, 2020 • News
Regenstrief, IU fellows author peer-reviewed papers
Regenstrief, IU fellows author peer-reviewed papers
Supporting and encouraging the next generation of research scientists is crucial to the mission of the Regenstrief Institute. The institute and Indiana University Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI manage a National Library of Medicine T15 training program in public and population health informatics. Several pre-doctoral fellows have published articles in peer-reviewed journals based on their research through this program.   Opeyemi Ojo, MPH, a doctoral […]
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November 20, 2020 • News
Nursing home residents with POLST forms three times more likely to have preferences known
Nursing home residents with POLST forms three times more likely to have preferences known
Nursing home residents with medical order forms indicating their treatment preferences were three times more likely to have their current preferences documented in their medical record than residents without the forms, according to a study from Indiana University School of Nursing and IU Center for Aging Research at Regenstrief Institute.   POLST is a medical order […]
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November 20, 2020 • News
Translator honored for work to foster health data standard adoption in China
A Chinese translator received the 2020 LOINC Award for Distinguished Contributions for his work in fostering adoption of the global health data standard in China. Lin Zhang of Shijiazhuang City, China, has been a key and prodigious translator of LOINC terms, documentation, and other resources into simplified Chinese language. LOINC, developed and housed at Regenstrief Institute, is the world’s most widely used system of codes for identifying […]
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