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Process mining in longitudinal epidemiology studies

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Do you want to support young researchers? Welcome to our research seminars at the Department of Biomedical Engineering and Health Systems, MTH. Take the opportunity to ask questions to the Ph. D. students; it helps us move forward!

Time: Wed 2023-11-08 13.00 - 13.45

Location: Rum 7320 eller Zoom

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Language: English

Participating: Kaile Chen, Clintec, KI

Subject area: MTH's Research Seminars

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Process mining is used to find problems, bottlenecks, and regulatory adherence within healthcare processes. Process mining provides techniques to extract processes from extensive real-world data, and provides an array of tools encompassing visualization and data descriptive analysis.

Nevertheless, its advantages remain unrealized in the domain of longitudinal epidemiology studies, despite the apparent applicability of process mining principles in this context. So, for this study, we aim to develop a methodology for applying process mining to observational epidemiology studies.