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NHS Winter pressures could be addressed by research harnessing big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence
New research launched by HDR UK and funded by NIHR will use data-driven approaches to pin-point pressures in the health care system, understand their causes and develop ways to overcome or avoid...
500,000 missed out on blood pressure lowering drugs during pandemic
Researchers warn of additional heart attacks and strokes adding to a healthcare system already under pressure.
Health Data Research UK announces further appointment to Senior Leadership Team
The national institute for health data science strengthens senior leadership team to deliver on its strategy to unite the UK’s health data for research and innovation
Artificial intelligence provides explained predictions to help clinicians tackle antimicrobial resistance
Explainable artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to predict whether a patient’s bacterial infection warrants the initial use of ‘broad-spectrum’ antibiotics that contribute to...
New data partners join cross-border effort to standardise data to the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership (OMOP) common data model
Health Data Research UK and the EHDEN Consortium are pleased to announce a total of 22 data partners have been selected in the 7th and last EHDEN data partner call. These organisations will now...
Health Data Research UK wins prestigious diversity and inclusion award
Earlier in November, Health Data Research UK was awarded first place in the Best diversity and inclusion category 2023 by CorpComms Magazine for their Black Internship Programme campaign.
HDR UK researchers warn of European cancer epidemic in the next decade
The report, published in Lancet Oncology, warns that the COVID-19 pandemic is predicted to set back European cancer outcomes by almost a decade, with an estimated one million cancer diagnoses...
Winners announced for HDR UK’s Annual Awards
HDR UK is delighted to announce the winners of its three Annual Awards, plus the recipients of its Recognitions for reproducibility and hidden roles in research delivery.
HDR UK Master’s Programme Trains 300 Students
We have worked with leading universities across the UK to establish a variety of specialist master's courses that have prepared hundreds of talented people for careers in health data science