📅 Mark Your Calendars for the First Data Access and Discovery Webinar of 2024!
We’re thrilled to announce that DATAMIND is joining the panel at HDRUK’s first Data Access and Discovery webinar this year! This event promises to be a deep dive into the innovative data services and expertise offered by two leading health data research hubs: Alleviate and DATAMIND.
🔍 About the Hubs:
- Alleviate – is the Advanced Pain Discovery Platform (APDP) Data Hub and is transforming UK pain datasets to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) through the use of open access tooling and common data standards. The Hub provides expert data engineering services to enhance the responsible, timely and trustworthy analysis of health data by researchers and innovators, with the aim of improving patient lives.
- DATAMIND – is the Hub for Mental Health Informatics Research Development. It’s making the most of the UK’s detailed mental health data to help with research that can improve mental health care and services. By carefully organising important data, like information from genetic studies, regular health care, volunteer studies, and trials, DATAMIND is changing mental health research in the UK. They do this by creating a central system that brings all this data together in a way that’s easy to access and use.
🌟 Join Us: Be a part of this session to learn more about the unique data expertise of the Alleviate and DATAMIND Hubs, particularly in the realms of chronic pain and mental health.
🎤 Meet The Speakers:
- Ann John – Professor of Public Health and Psychiatry at Swansea University and Principal Investigator and Co-Director of DATAMIND.
- Chris Cole – Senior Lecturer in Health Informatics at the University of Dundee and Director of Alleviate.
- Gordon Milligan – Deputy Director of Alleviate.
🎯 Who Should Attend? The Data Access and Discovery webinars are primarily aimed at those working in the field of health data science and looking to understand more about how to find, use and improve relevant data and related assets for research, but all welcome!
We look forward to seeing there!