On 16th June 2020, Health Data Research UK held its second annual ‘One Institute’ Conference.
The conference was open to scientists, researchers, technologists, clinicians, patients and the public, and data custodians involved in the response to COVID-19.
The event demonstrated open science and highlighted how research efforts have pivoted to accelerate insights on this devastating disease.
You can now read our post-event report, which highlights key themes, discussion points, and summarises the important outcomes from the day.
If you missed the event, you can also view recordings of all sessions from the conference and download the slides.
My journey from third year medical student to computer programmer
28 September 2023
Elise Uzokwe shares her journey from medical student to coder as part of the 2023 Health Data Science Black Internship Programme.
Innovation through collaboration: Standout moments from the Digital Innovation Hub Programme 2018-2023
25 September 2023
Personal reflections from two key contributors to the delivery and success of this pioneering programme.
Air pollution exposure while growing up linked to lifelong health issues and early death
21 September 2023
Research into the life-long effects of air pollution has revealed that exposure to high levels in early childhood increases the risk of early death, impaired cognitive skills, and dying from...