Abstract: With advancing informatics capabilities and rapidly expanding research knowledge, incorporating novel approaches into practice can be daunting. This panel of four diverse informatics leaders will discuss how they help to build organizational capacity to translate knowledge into practice through descriptions of their roles and strategies. The panel will focus efforts on enhancing the findability, accessibility, interoperability, and reuse (the FAIR principles) of data, tools, and standards in their organizations.

Learning Objective 1: Describe each organization, the informatics governance structure, and how the strategy relates to translating research information into practice.

Learning Objective 2 (Optional): Identify different roles that contribute to that mission, their barriers, facilitates, and success strategies.

Learning Objective 3 (Optional): Describe organizational capabilities that enhance the ability to make use of information and knowledge in the care of individuals and populations

Learning Objective 4 (Optional): Explore advances in tools, standards, and processes that will further enhance the FAIRness of data ecosystems.


David Dorr (Presenter)
Oregon Health & Science University

Adam Wilcox (Presenter)
University of Washington

Genevieve Melton (Presenter)
University of Minnesota

Peter Embi (Presenter)
Regenstrief Institute

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