Help NLM and NIH Shape a Data-Driven Future

Publié le 26 mars 2018, par Thérèse Hameau

It’s a busy and exciting time for the National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.

This week we released NLM’s strategic plan, A Platform for Biomedical Discovery and Data-Powered Health. Concurrently the National Institutes of Health announced a draft Strategic Plan for Data Science. The intersection of these two important documents demonstrates the alignment of the NLM vision within the overall thrust at NIH to transform discovery into health.

Positioning NLM for the Future

Representing the work of hundreds of NLM staff, national experts, and commenters from around the world, the NLM strategic plan lays out our current challenges and positions us to address these and emerging issues in biomedical research and public health.

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[.. ;], we’re going to get there by building on three pillars :

  • Establishing NLM as a platform for data-driven discovery and health
  • Reaching new users in new ways
  • Enhancing workforce excellence from citizens to scientists

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NIH Strategic Plan for Data Science

NLM does not venture into a data-focused future alone. NIH also works in and advocates for a research world that is increasingly data-driven, and NIH leadership clearly sees and appreciates the scientific opportunities presented by advances in data science.

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NIH just published a draft of the strategic plan, along with a Request for Information, to seek input from stakeholders, including members of the scientific and academic communities, health professionals, patient, professional,and advocacy groups, the private sector, and interested members of the public.

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