Parallel Session 5

Thursday 25 August | 14:15 – 15:55

  Data Linkage Quality (A) Data Linkage Quality (B) Applied Projects Linking Emerging Data Types Delivering and Measuring Impact Public Engagement







Session Chair

Andrew Morris

Dermot O-Reilly

Zisis Kozlakidis

Chris Dibben

John Wright

Ros Moran

14:15 - 14:35

Understanding the coverage of Statistics New Zealand’s Integrated Data Infrastructure

Gareth Minshall
Statistics New Zealand

Linking strategies and biases when matching cohorts to the National Pupil Database

Tarek Mostafa
University College of London

Comparison of child mortality by characteristics at birth in England and in Sweden using linked administrative data

Ania Zylbersztejn
UCL Institute of Child Health & Farr London

Obtaining structured clinical data from unstructured data using natural language processing software

Arron Lacey
Farr Institute CIPHER

Yin and yang: why big data needs little data

John Wright
Bradford Institute for Health Research

The DASSL or Data Access, Storage, Sharing and Linkage Model & Proposals for an Enabling Data Environment for Health and Related Research in Ireland

Rosalyn Moran
Health Research Board, Dublin

14:35 - 14:55

CHERISH: Understanding Suicide Clusters tHrough ExploRIng Self Harm behaviours

Marcos del Pozo Banos
Population, Psychiatry, Suicide and Informatics (PPSI), Swansea University Medical School

Introducing the PRIDAL model for linking routine health and identifiable patient reported questionnaire data

Mark Rhys Kingston
Swansea University Medical School

Opportunities for post-market surveillance of high cost medicines in Australia: Observing trastuzumab-treated women from early through late stage HER2-positive breast cancer (HER2BC)

Benjamin Daniels
Medicines Policy Research Unit, Centre for Big Data Research in Health, University of New South Wales

Investigating Orthopaedic Surgical Prophylaxis Changes and Post-operative Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in NHS Grampian – a Test Case for NHS Scotland

Eilidh Fletcher
NHS National Services Scotland

Cautionary accounts in the use of health equity measures from linkable administrative data in population health intervention research

Nathan C. Nickel
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy

Patient Engagement as a Component of a Learning Healthcare System: A case study using small area rate variation research in Nova Scotia, Canada

Adrian Levy
Dalhousie University/Maritime Strategy for Patient Oriented Research (SPOR) SUPPORT Unit

14:55 - 15:15

The Impact of Pre-existing Health Conditions on Cost of Recovery after Workplace Injury: Insight from population-based data linkage in the State of Victoria, Australia

Behrooz Hassani-M
ISCRR, Monash University

Using family relationships to improve consistency of identification of Aboriginal people in linked administrative data

Alison Gibberd
University of Sydney

The paradox of invasive therapy following non-ST-acute coronary syndrome in older higher risk patients: A population level study in South Wales 2000-2014

Majd Protty
Cardiff University

The Canadian Statistical Demographic Database Research Project: Exploring Potential Use of Administrative Data to Support the Canadian Census Program

Sylvain Cloutier
Statistique Canada

Emergency department attendance after telephone triage

Amy Gibson
Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW Australia

Involving People with Lived Experience of Homelessness in Electronic Health Records Research

Rob Aldridge
The London Farr Institute, University College London

15:15 - 15:35

Chronic Disease Case Definitions for Electronic Medical Records: A Canadian Validation Study

Lisa Lix
University of Manitoba

Impacts of Alternative Billing Claims on Hypertension Prevalence and Mortality Estimates in Alberta, Canada

Hude Quan
Community Health Science, University of Calgary

Influence of early life exposure to social disadvantages on deliberate self-harm (DSH) among children of parents with mental health disorders

Janice Wong
Telethon Kids Institute, the University of Western Australia

Looked after children and access to dental services and oral health in Scotland: a national data-linkage study (LAC-DENTAL)

Alex McMahon
University of Glasgow Dental School

Quantifying the fatal and non-fatal burden of Stroke and its modifiable determinants using routine Scottish healthcare datasets

Grant Wyper and Ian Grant
Information Services Division, National Services Scotland

Public attitudes to data linkage and sharing

Joanne Given
Administrative Data Research Centre Northern Ireland

15:35 - 15:55

Validating Earnings in the German National Educational Panel Study – Do Interviewers Have an Impact on Measurement Accuracy?

Manfred Antoni
Institute for Employment Research (IAB)

One for all, all for one - Establishing a standard linkage methodology for integrated health analytics at the Canadian Institute for Health Information

Philippe Poitras
Canadian Institute for Health Information

Does access to health services influence the diagnostic pathway and outcome from cancer: analysis of a linked dataset

Melanie Turner
University of Aberdeen

Using Twitter to mine sleep related information from people who declare a diagnosis of a psychotic disorder

Natalie Berry
University of Manchester