Dr. Kho is a biomedical informatics investigator who has done ground breaking work using large, multiinstitutional, clinical databases to measurably control the rate of MRSA infection in the greater Indianapolis area. He will speak on his innovative work as well as what he has learned are the key design features of large, multi-institutional clinical databases that are most helpful in doing this kind of work.
biomedical informatics, clinical databases, MRSA
UNM Health Sciences Library and Informatics Center
Kho, Abel. "Use of a Large Multi-Institutional Database to Coordinate Infection Control Efforts in Indianapolis." (2009). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hslic-historical-administrative/34