Multi-media Poster Presentations Day 1

Wednesday 24 August | 12:55 – 13:19
The Great Hall Gallery, First Floor

  Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Station 5 Station 6 Station 7 Station 8 Station 9 Station 10
12:55 - 12:59

Processing of heterogeneous MS register data within the EUReMS project

Tina Meißner
University Medical Center, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Germany

Linking Genomic Data with Phenotypes Derived from Electronic Health Records

Phil Appleby
University of Dundee

Financial wellbeing of older workers following injury – research utilising Statistics New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure

Rebbecca Lilley
Injury Prevention Research Unit, University of Otago

Child Health Clinical Outcome Review Programme: Health Care Utilisation, Care Pathways and Educational Status in Children and Young People with Adolescent Mental Health problems with a focus on Self harm, Eating Disorders and Anxiety and Depression

Sophie Wood
Cardiff University & Swansea University

Adolescent pregnancy termination and childbearing – the impact of an older sister’s pregnancy outcome

Elizabeth Wall-Wieler
University of Manitoba

Comparing a primary care dataset with a questionnaire based health survey

Mark D Atkinson
Swansea University Medical School

Midlife and late-life blood pressure and vascular dementia: a population based observational study

Mingkai Peng
University of Calgary

Data linkage in social care: a pilot project

Alison J Orrell
Bangor University

Canadian data sources on ethnic classifications: Contemporary and historical developments in heterogeneity

Kelsey Lucyk
University of Calgary

13:00 - 13:04

Clinical Validation of the UKMS Register Minimal Dataset utilising Natural Language Processing

Rod Middleton
Swansea University Medical School

Investigation and reporting of Data Quality within and between linked SAIL datasets

Sarah Rees and Arfon Rees
SAIL Databank, Swansea University Medical School

An Integrated Genomics and Clinical Resource for Data-Driven Health Services Policy and Practice Decisionmaking

Mary McBride
British Columbia Cancer Agency

Exploring the Impact of Health Insurance on Health Care Utilization and Outcome Using Electronic Medical Record Data

Mingshan Lu
University of Calgary

What are the causes of death of patients with tuberculosis? Multiple causes of death in a cohort of cases and a research proposal of presumed causes

Rejane Sobrino Pinheiro
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Linkage of health care claims data and apps data: The ADVOCATE oral health care dashboard

Frank Gabel
Heidelberg University

Constructing episodes of inpatient care: How to define hospital transfer in hospital administrative health data?

Mingkai Peng
University of Calgary

Record linkage improves assessment of interpregnancy interval (IPI)

Christine Roberts
Kolling Institute, University of Sydney

Analysing the daily, weekly and yearly cycles of births and their implications for the NHS using linked data

Gill Harper
City University, London

13:05 - 13:09

ICD-11: towards better capture of quality and safety events in hospital

Danielle Southern
Univerisity of Calgary

Validation of dementia coding in hospital admissions, death and primary care data

Tim Wilkinson
University of Edinburgh

Mortality rates in people with intellectual disabilities

Jessie Oyinlola
Clinical Practice Research Datalink

Discharge Communication and Patient Involvement are Associated with Unplanned Hospital Readmissions: Results from a Validated Hospital Experience Survey

Rachel Jolley
Community Health Science, University of Calgary

Previous hospital admissions in risk adjustment for mortality of elderly patients admitted with hip fracture

Rejane Sobrino Pinheiro
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Data visualisation to support decision making and equitable healthcare service provision

David Whyatt
University of Western Australia

The Yin & Yang of Data Management - Four intractable contradictions and their harmonious resolutions

Alex Hacker
The Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford

Linking child travel routes and routine health data

Amy Mizen
DECIPHer Swansea University

13:10 - 13:14

Multinational Population-Based Health Surveys Linked to Outcome Data: An Untapped Resource

Stacey Fisher
Ottawa Hospital Research Institute

The ELAStiC (Electronic Longitudinal Alcohol Study in Communities) project

Ashley Akbari
Farr Institute CIPHER

Building a high quality data linkage spine using a targeted approach to clerical review

Nadine Wiggins
Menzies Institute for Medical Research, University of Tasmania

Qualitative content analysis for international comparison of data usage agreements

Christian Haux
University of Heidelberg

Public Attitudes to Integrated Data in New Zealand

Anna McDowell
Statistics New Zealand

Multiple Correspondence Analysis is a Useful Tool to Visualize Complex Categorical Correlated Data

Jacqueline Quail
Health Quality Council (Saskatchewan)

The effect of ultraviolet radiation on birth weights and gestational length in a scottish birth cohort

Tom Clemens
University of Edinburgh

Validation and Vindication: Enhancing the quality of Electronic Health Record (EHR) outcomes in a large prospective study biobank

Sam Sansome
The University of Oxford

Supporting Multidisciplinary Analytic Skills: An Innovative Training Platform for Capacity Building

Ann Greenwood
Population Data BC

13:15 - 13:19

Displaying Linkage Success Statistics to Identify Systemic Errors

Brent Hills
Population Data BC

Characteristics associated with residential aged care, respite and transitional aged care placement for older people following an injury-related hospitalisation in Australia

Rebecca Mitchell
Australian Institute of Health Innovation, Macquarie University

Managing Emerging Data Types in the NGLMS

James Farrow
Farrow Norris / SANT DataLink

Tomorrow’s Health Data Scientists in the Making: 2 Years of Training & Capacity Building Activities with the Farr Institute

Athanasios Anastasiou
The Farr Institute

Big Data, Big Responsibility! Building best-practice privacy strategies into a large-scale neuroinformatics platform

Brendan Behan
Ontario Brain Institute

The importance of gaining the public’s confidence to use administrative data for public benefit in social science research

Judith Knight
Administrative Data Research Network

Diseases and Geographic Variation: Are we missing the whole picture?

Gareth John
NHS Wales Informatics Service

Reliability of geneological cemetery records in ascertaining vital status in an historical cohort study

Stella May Gwini
Monash University

Trends in Place of Death in Children who died after discharge from Paediatric Intensive Care Units : A national data linkage study

Lorna Fraser
University of York

Cancer recording in patients with type 2 diabetes in primary care and hospital admission data

Shivani Padmanabhan
Clinical Practice Research Datalink