Author Archives: Facilitator

Drishti | An Open mHealth sense-plan-act framework based on FHIR!

Originally published by Bell Eapen at nuchange.ca on August 13, 2019. If you have some feedback, reach out to the author on Twitter,  LinkedIn  or  Github. TL;DR: Here is an open-source mHealth framework based on FHIR! and here is the paper and my presentation at ICSE! … Continue reading

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Hephestus: Health data warehousing tool for public health and clinical research

Originally published by Bell Eapen at nuchange.ca on November 3, 2018. If you have some feedback, reach out to the author on Twitter, LinkedIn or Github. Health data warehousing is becoming an important requirement for deriving knowledge from the vast amount of health data that … Continue reading

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Serverless on FHIR: Management guidelines for the semi-technical clinician!

Originally published at nuchange.ca on February 12, 2018. If you have some feedback, reach out to the author on Twitter, LinkedIn or Github. Serverless is the new kid on the block with services such as AWS Lambda, Google Cloud Functions or Microsoft Azure Functions. Essentially … Continue reading

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eHealth against antimicrobial resistance

This article was first published on Brighter World. Read the original article. A forward-looking McMaster donor is investing $7 million in a new research centre dedicated specifically to tackle the growing global threat of antimicrobial resistance. David Braley, whose gifts to the … Continue reading

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McMaster’s start-up incubator to receive $1.2 million from FedDev Ontario

This article was first published on Daily News. Read the original article. The Government of Canada, through FedDev Ontario, is providing McMaster with $1.2 million to expand The Forge, a collaborative makerspace where entrepreneurs can access advanced equipment to design and build … Continue reading

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How to create a Neural Network model for business in 10 minutes

Neural Network and deep-learning are the buzzwords lately. Machine learning has been in vogue for some time, but the easy availability of storage and processing power has made it popular. The interest is palpable in business schools as well. The … Continue reading

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LaTex template for eHealth Thesis

I have shared below the latex template for the MSc eHealth thesis (McMaster University). At the outset, let me state the standard disclaimer: This is not an official template, use this at your own risk. If you find any mistakes, … Continue reading

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Research Project on 3D Food Printing

Students at Humber College are completing a research project on 3D Food Printing. The purpose of this research project is to explore the current knowledge and attitudes millennials possess regarding 3D food printing technology. The study will examine key areas … Continue reading

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HL10: A proposal for an mHealth framework

Behaviour Intervention Technologies (BITs) are a subset of eHealth and mHealth interventions that support users in changing behaviour and cognitions related to health. Several psychological models guide the implementation of BITs. However, these psychological models such as social cognitive theory … Continue reading

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Getting your Laptop ready for eHealth

EMRs and EHRs are of vital importance to health informatics students. Though there are several popular open-source products such as OSCAR EMR, installing them on your laptop can be cumbersome.They are designed for server installations with several prerequisites such as … Continue reading

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