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Data: What is it good for?
Author: Lynn Laidlaw, Lay member of CVD-COVID-UK Approvals and Oversight Board.
CO-CONNECT: Linking COVID-19 immunity data
How do you analyse a large number of different datasets to better understand immunity to COVID-19? The answer is through the application of technology and collaboration – CO-CONNECT – a major...
One thousand registered users on the Gateway
Working with our stakeholders, we have made significant progress over the last year developing the Gateway to support our vision to make health data easier to find, quicker to access and safer to...
Goldacre Review of Use of Health and Care Data for Research and Analysis
Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Goldacre review of health data for research and analysis.
Understanding Health Data Access – a challenge and a half!
Dr. Yvonne Silove – lead for Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership’s Understanding Health Data Access shares the background to the project.
Response to Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee report, “Improving data transparency critical in long-term Covid-19 fight”
As the national institute for health data science, Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) provides the following response to the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee’s report...
Submission from HDR UK Public Advisory Board to the Goldacre Review
On 9 February, the government announced a rapid review to focus on the more efficient and safe use of health data for research and analysis for the benefit of patients and the healthcare sector...
International Women’s Day 2021
Today, we mark International Women’s Day at HDR UK by celebrating all women, and in particular, the women who play a key role in the fight against COVID-19.
Impact of patient and public involvement in the Data and Connectivity National Core Study
As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the UK, the need to build a national health data capability to support priority COVID-19 research was obvious. Set up by the Government’s Chief Scientific...