Parallel Session 1

Wednesday 24 August | 10:30 – 12:30

  Analytical Approaches to Distributed Data Data Linkage Quality Advanced Analytics Privacy Regulation Governance Linking Emerging Data Types Capacity Building







Session Chair

Christine Roberts

Tom Clemens

Tjeerd van Staa

David Martin

Rebecca Mitchell

Elizabeth Wall-Wieler

10:30 - 10:50

Early onset preeclampsia: using population data to assess recurrence risk and adverse pregnancy outcomes

Christine Roberts
Kolling Institute, University of Sydney

Match quality of a linkage strategy based on the combined use of a statistical linkage key and the Levenshtein distance to link birth to death records in Brazil

Kenneth Rochel de Camargo
Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Comparison of Risk Adjustment Methods in Patients with Liver Disease Using Electronic Medical Record

Mingshan Lu
University of Calgary

Evaluation of advanced techniques for multi-party privacy-preserving record linkage on real-world health databases

Peter Christen
Research School of Computer Science, The Australian National University

Linking Hospital and Tax data to support research on the economic impacts of hospitalization

Claudia Sanmartin
Statistics Canada

Teenage pregnancy: The impact of maternal adolescent childbearing and older sister’s teenage

Elizaberth Wall-Wieler
University of Manitoba

10:50 - 11:10

Methods for enhancing the reproducibility of clinical epidemiology research in linked electronic health records: results and lessons learned from the CALIBER platform

Spiros Denaxas
University College of London

Secure Privacy Preserving Record Linkage of Large Databases by Modified Bloom Filter Encodings

Rainer Schnell
City University, London

Privacy protected text analysis in DataSHIELD

Rebecca Wilson
University of Bristol

Young people’s views about consenting to data linkage: Findings from the PEARL qualitative study

Andy Boyd
ALSPAC, University of Bristol

Describing the Linkages of the Citizenship and Immigration Canada Permanent Resident Data and Vital Statistics—Death Registry to Ontario’s Administrative Health Database

Astrid Guttmann
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Linking education and health data to examine the characteristics of children prescribed antipsychotic medication

Sinead Brophy
The FARR Institute CIPHER

11:10 - 11:30

Combining Propensity Score and Random Coefficient Modelling as an Approach to Analyse Complex Longitudinal Data

Stefan Clos
NHS Tayside / University of Dundee

A population-based study comparing multiple sclerosis clinic users and non-users in British Columbia, Canada

Kyla McKay
University of Britsh Columbia

The seasonality and effects of temperature and rainfall on Campylobacter infections

Abdelmajid Djennad
Public Health England

Zone design for statistical disclosure control in administrative and linked microdata

James Robards
ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, University of Southampton

Predicting who applies to Public Housing using Linked Administrative Data

Aynslie Hinds
University of Manitoba

Trends in admissions for acute respiratory infections in children: an inter-country comparison between Western Australia and England

Hannah C Moore
Wesfarmers Centre of Vaccines and Infectious Diseases, Telethon Kids Institute, The University of Western Australia

11:30 - 11:50

The Health and Economic Impacts of Structural Energy Performance Investments in Wales: An Evaluation of the Arbed Programme

Rhodri Johnson
Swansea University Medical School

Comparing identification of children and young people with a life limiting condition from cause of death with use of an ICD-10 coding framework applied to routine clinical data

Stuart Jarvis
University of York

Weighted multiple imputation of ethnicity data that are missing not at random in primary care databases

Tra M Pham
Department of Primary Care & Population Health, University College London, and The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research, London

Programmatically encrypting data linkage fields at a project level within the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage (SAIL) databank

Richard Noyce
Swansea University Medical School

The utility of historical electoral roll records and their effect on the association of regularity of GP contact and potentially preventable diabetic hospitalisations

Rachael Moorin
Curtin University

New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI): Value to date and future opportunities

June Atkinson
University of Otago Wellington

11:50 - 12:10

The Nascent Pan-Canadian Real-world Health Data Network (PRHDN)

Michael J Schull
Institute of Clinical Evaluation Sciences

Considerations of response bias and value in linking an existing longitudinal cohort study with national health record data

Joanne Allen
School of Psychology, Massey University, New Zealand

Application of natural language processing methods to extract coded data from administrative data held in the Scottish Prescribing Information System

Clifford Nangle
The Farr Institute, Scotland

Establishing data linkage between welfare and health data in the UK: Overcoming barriers to linking government datasets

S Vittal Katikireddi
MRC/CSO Social & Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

Do socially complex patients seek primary care from clinics specifically designed to meet their needs?

Alan Katz
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba

PATHS Data Resource: A population-based suite of linkable administrative records and metadata for population health research

Nathan C. Nickel
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy

12:10 - 12:30

IMECCHI-DATANETWORK: empowering knowledge generation through international data network

Marie-Annick Le Pogam
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, Lausanne University Hospital, Switzerland

Record Linkage Methodology for the Social Data Linkage Environment at Statistics Canada

Colin Babyak
Statistics Canada

Development of data-driven framework for automatically identifying patient cohorts from linked electronic health records

Shang-Ming Zhou
Swansea University Medical School

Multi-agency data linkage- How to and lessons learnt through the Western Australian Developmental Pathways Program

Nicholas de Klerk
Telethon Kids Institute, Perth, Western Australia

Generation Scotland: using data linkage for longitudinal studies

Archie Campbell
Generation Scotland / University of Edinburgh

Record linkage augments cancer ascertainment in HIV cohorts in South Africa

Julia Bohlius
Institute of Social and Preventive Medicine, University of Bern, Switzerland