Short Sci-Fi Stories
Jose Tomas Prieto
Machine learning on opioid-related data from Denver paramedics for improved surveillance
My contribution to the book “Public Health Informatics and Information Systems”
Monitoring opioid addiction and treatment: Do you know if your population is engaged?
A summer 2018 presentation at the Department of Biomedical Informatics, Emory University
Short Sci-Fi Story #1: “Requests”
Performance of a Large-Scale Implementation of a Participatory Influenza-Like-Illness Surveillance System in Guatemala
Tracking the opioid epidemic: novel data sources for monitoring and evaluation in Denver, Colorado
Will Participatory Syndromic Surveillance Work in Latin America? Piloting a Mobile Approach to Crowdsource Influenza-Like Illness Data in Guatemala
Random, meaningful ones
Modeling and testing maternal and newborn care mHealth interventions: a pilot impact evaluation and follow-up qualitative study in Guatemala.
Unaddressed privacy risks in accredited health and wellness apps: a cross-sectional systematic assessment
Smartphone apps for calculating insulin dose: a systematic assessment
The London times in my late 20s
Une gouvernance des robots ?
Gabon in my mid 20s