Each month, Health Data Research UK’s Early Career Committee selects ‘Open Access Publication of the Month’. The six criteria against which the publications are judged are research quality, national team working, scale, open access, public/patient involvement/impact, as well as diversity and inclusion.
The OpenSAFELY health data platform
A new secure analytics platform for electronic health records in the NHS, created to deliver urgent results during the global COVID-19 emergency
Open Access publication of the month: April 2020
COVID-19 has created an unprecedented demand for trusted information. We – the Health Data Research UK Early Career Researcher Committee – are immensely proud to be part of a community that is...
Open Access Publication of the Month: March 2020
Health Data Research UK’s Early Career Researcher Committee is delighted to announce that the winner of the Open Access Publication of the Month competition for March is “World Health...
Open Access Publication of the Month: January 2020
Mihir Kamat and colleagues are this month's winners with their paper entitled: ‘PhenoScanner V2: an expanded tool for searching human genotype–phenotype associations’
Open Access Publication of the Month: November 2019
Abdul Jabbar, Dana Šumilo and colleagues are this joint month's winners with their papers - both of which focus on the use of antibiotics - for tuberculosis and after caesarean section, respectively
Open Access Publication of the Month: October 2019
The inaugural winner of HDR UK's new competition is Martin Than and colleagues with their paper on 'Machine Learning to Predict the Likelihood of Acute Myocardial Infarction'