On 18 July the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) launched Health Data Australia (HDA), a new national catalogue making sharing and requesting access to data from health studies easier. The catalogue for sharing clinical trial data was co-designed by the ARDC, experts and representatives from the Health Studies Australian National Data Asset (HeSANDA) network. HeSANDA is a national network of 72 health research organisations working collaboratively as 9 nodes – including the Queensland node – to give researchers better access to health data.
On 23 October 2023, Health Translation Queensland will officially launch the Queensland node. At this event, Queensland’s health research community will find out about:
Professor Andrew Morris, Director at Health Data Research UK (HDR UK), will also give a talk on the UK's health data system and outline the benefits of data sharing.
This launch event will be of interest to Queensland’s health research community, including:
Date: Monday 23 October 2023
Venue: Mayne Medical School, 288 Herston Road, Herston, Queensland
Format: This is a hybrid event delivered in person and online.
A Zoom invitation will be emailed upon registration.
Register your attendance via Eventbrite:
|12:00pm–1:00pm||Lunch (for in-person delegates)|
|1:00pm–1:05pm||Dr David Hansen, CSIRO AEHRC CEO |
Welcome and Acknowledgement of Country
|1:05pm–1:15pm||Professor John Prins, HTQ Executive Director|
HTQ and the importance of Sharing Data
|1:15pm–1:45pm||Professor Andrew Morris, CBE MD FRCP FRSE FMedSci Director, Health Data Research UK|
Gearing an entire country for health data science
Dr Kristan Kang, ARDC
Kathy Dallest, Senior Health Informatician, QCIF
|2:15pm–2:25pm||Dr David Hansen, CSIRO AEHRC CEO|
HTQ’s digital work program
|2:30pm–3:00pm||Afternoon tea (for in-person delegates)|
If you have any queries about the event please email email@example.com.
For further details on the project visit our HeSANDA project webpage.
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