ANZICS Global ICU Datathon and Clinical Informatics Workshop


ANZICS Global ICU Datathon and Clinical Informatics Workshop

In partnership with the Monash Digital Health program

Crown Promenade

Monday 14 October 2019, 0830 to 1700hrs (0800-0830hrs registration)

Type of course

Active workshop with presentations and an opportunity to solve a clinical challenge with a global ICU database (GOSSIS), coached by local experts.


This is an active single day workshop where clinical informatics, global best-healthcare data and patient-centred outcomes merge. Participants will have an opportunity to learn from global leaders in ICU data about the current state of play in global ICU data, have an opportunity to understand an emerging global ICU dataset (GOSSIS) and a chance to use this data to understand this through collaborative problem-solving using data.

Who should attend

  • Any interested in ICU clinical informatics to improve clinical practice
  • Clinicians of all levels who have an interest or experience in using data for patient-centred outcomes
  • Those interested in ICU data for health service improvement at global level
  • Data scientists or researchers wishing to ‘get their hands-on healthcare data’

At the end, participants should be able to:

  • Describe the current state of clinical informatics and health data systems in low middle-income countries compared to high income countries
  • Consider health outcomes for ICU patients in different health systems
  • Present a 3-minute presentation of collaborative data science at the workshop in a supportive group environment based on data utilisation challenges in different parts of the world
  • Be connected to a group of ICU clinicians who are interested in global health data for evolving the global interface of ICU clinical informatics, patient-centred outcomes and best-practice health service development

Registration and cost

  • General Registration $250
  • Students – $50
  • LMIC – $100

Please click here to register for ANZICS Global ICU Datathon and Clinical Informatics Workshop 


  • Prof David Pilcher
  • Dr Abi Beane
  • Dr Omar Badawi
  • Dr Cameron Knott

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