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Envisaging Biomedicine: Visualization of the Clinical and Scholarly Ecosystem using Bibliographic Metadata Open Access (recommended)

Poster presentation at the Workshop on Visual Analytics in Healthcare, November 15, 2014 held in Washington, D.C.

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Resource type(s)
Poster
Keyword
data visualization
bibliographic metadata
research impact
Weill Cornell Medical College
Workshop on Visual Analytics in Healthcare (2014 : Washington, D.C.)
Rights
Attribution 3.0 United States

Creator
Gutzman, Karen E
Holmes, Kristi
Bales, Michael
Albert, Paul
Wheeler, Terrie R.
Abstract
The ability to understand the real impact of research and clinical activities in the modern biomedical academic environment is a Sisyphean task, given the increasing complexity of today’s research and clinical care landscape. The sheer amount of relevant, related data from commercial and open data aggregators, as well as from the enterprise itself in systems such as the EHR, data warehouse, and research information systems, has never been greater. The scholarly publishing process is obviously a very important step of disseminating scholarly discoveries to the broader community. This bibliographic metadata can also play a valuable role in helping an institution gain insights about its research and clinical activities that might not be discernable from other means, including some of the available institution-level data stores. These insights allow both investigators and the institutions themselves to convey the benefits and impact of their research and clinical efforts to stakeholders, thus providing valuable information that can be used for benchmarking, forecasting, and strategic planning activities.
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Publisher
DigitalHub. Galter Health Sciences Library
Date Created
2014-11-14
Language
English
Subject: MESH
Data Display
Research
Bibliometrics
Subject: LCSH
Visual analytics
DOI
10.18131/G3NK5G
ARK
ark:/c8131/g3nk5g

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