Dr Katherine O’Neill Senior Research and Innovation Programme Manager at MOIC has successfully been selected to present work at the world’s largest meeting of respiratory professionals in the virtual format.

The abstract “A systematic review to assess the components of clinical decision support systems (CDSS) in chronic respiratory disease (CRD)” has been accepted as an e-poster in the “Digital health interventions in respiratory medicine” session of the European Respiratory Society (ERS) International Congress, September 5-8th.

The congress is a dynamic, digital experience offering the latest in respiratory medicine and science and will welcome professionals in this field from throughout Europe.

The piece of work which involves partners from Queen’s Univeristy Belfast Northern Ireland Clinical Research Facility, presents preliminary findings from a review of the literature describing digital and non-digital clinical decision support systems in chronic respiratory disease in order to summarise the key features of the systems.

Speaking attend of the conference Dr Katherine O’Neill said “We are excited to have the opportunity to present and discuss the findings from our collaborative work at the International ERS Congress. This review will be important to understand the mechanisms behind clinical decision support systems success or failure in adults with chronic respiratory disease”