Courtesy of the Population Health Research Network
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Using linked data to provide evidence for improved policy and support for vulnerable children and families
May 20, 2020
Dr Melissa O'Donnell, Senior Research Fellow, Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia
Using multi-sectoral data linkage to inform whole-of-government responses for people who experience social exclusion: Challenges and opportunities
May 13, 2020
Professor Stuart Kinner and Dr Jesse Young, Justice Health Unit in Centre for Health Equity, University of Melbourne
Health : Innovation : What should we do with Australia's publicly funded data?
March 9, 2020
Annette Hicks, Senior Health Advisor, IBM Watson
An ethical perspective: Who should we trust with Australia’s publicly funded data?
February 19, 2020
Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer, Head, School of Health and Society, University of Wollongong
A legal perspective: Who should we trust with Australia’s publicly funded data?
February 12, 2020
Carolyn Adams, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie Law School
Use of linked administrative data to evaluate continuity of primary care
November 12, 2019
A/Prof Rachael Moorin, Curtin University
Towards an integrated national data platform for stroke
September 25, 2019
Monique Kilkenny, Head of the National Stroke Data Linkage Program, Monash University
Is low sun exposure during early life a risk factor for type 1 diabetes?
September 17, 2019
Kate Miller, PhD Student, Telethon Kids Institute
How researchers use the ANZDATA registry to investigate renal replacement therapy treatments and outcomes of patients from other cohorts
September 11, 2019
Dr Chris Davies, Senior Biostatistician with Australian and New Zealand Dialysis Transplant Registry
In Conversation Series
We are delighted to bring you a series of four ‘In Conversation’ interviews from the Population Health Research Network (PHRN).
These open and candid conversations feature the PHRN’s Chief Executive, Dr Merran Smith, and Professor David Ford, Professor of Health Informatics and leads the Population Data Science group at Swansea University Medical School, Wales, UK.
In the first video, the conversation covers the topic of cross-jurisdictional data linkage: Australia and the United Kingdom. In the second video, the conversation covers data security and the importance of data repositories. In the third video, the conversation covers the topic of looking to the future. In the final video, the discussion centers on consumers and their data.