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Researcher Roadshow: Fundamentals of using routinely collected healthcare data in research
28th June 11-2pm

The roadshow, free to attend, is aimed at researchers who want to understand the fundamentals of using routinely collected healthcare data for research. The roadshow will bring together experts from Health Data Research UK, MRC Regulatory Support Centre, The University of Leeds and NHS Digital to outline:

  • potential for using routinely collected healthcare data in research
  • fundamentals of Research Approvals. Discovering what healthcare data available – HDR UK’s Gateway
  • healthcare data which can be accessed from NHS Digital with more information about Hospital Episode Statistics (HES), one of the most frequently requested datasets.

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Replays of previous Researcher Roadshows can be viewed here. Please send any questions about the roadshow to:

  University of Bristol short courses

The University of Bristol Medical School offers a short course programme in population health sciences. They are aimed at university staff and postgraduate students, researchers, public health specialists, health-care professionals and members of the pharmaceutical and medical device industry.

The courses range in duration from one to five days. They include courses in appraisal and synthesis of research, epidemiology, genetic epidemiology, health economics, informatics, medical research design & management, medical statistics, qualitative research, randomised trials and statistical computing.

To find out more visit the University of Bristol website.

  Please note: The RDS makes no representations about the suitability of external training courses for any purpose. The information above is provided without express or implied warranty.  
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