Springer has just published the second edition of the textbook, Clinical Research Informatics. Assistant Professor Nicole Weiskopf, PhD is co-author of a chapter on data quality DMICE Research Associate Kate Fultz Hollis, MBI co-authored a chapter on data governance. With senior editors Rachel Richesson, PhD (Duke University) and James Andrews, PhD (University of South Florida),Fultz Hollis also provided editing of all chapters.
The book is an overview of all topics related to clinical research informatics and updates the 2012 edition. New chapters include Data Quality in Clinical Research by Dr. Weiskopf and Drs. Meredith Zozus and Michael Kahn; Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery by Dr. Mollie Cummins; and the Evolution of Pharmacovigilance in the Age of Digital Healthcare by Drs. Richesson and Michael A. Ibara. The OHSU Biomedical Informatics Graduate Program has used this textbook in the course, BMI 523 – Clinical Research Informatics, since 2012, and the book has been rated very high by students. The ebook version of the new is available through the OHSU Library.