Rapid Fire Presentations

Thursday 25 August | 16:15 – 17:00

  Data Linkage Quality (A) Data Linkage Quality (B) Analytical Approaches to Distributed DataLinking Emerging Data Types Public Engagment Privacy Regulation Governance Capacity BuildingDelivering and Measuring Impact Applied ProjectsAdvanced Analytics








Session Chair

Marcos Barreto

Samantha Turner

Zisis Kozlakidis

Alison Paprica

Dan Thayer

Athanasios Anastasiou

Sallie Pearson

16:15 - 16:19

Barriers to high quality coding of hospital chart information to administrative data: A qualitative study

Kelsey Lucyk
University of Calgary

Phenotyping congenital anomalies in England and Scotland: a comparison of three coding clusters using retrospective hospital data

Linda Wijlaars
UCL Institute of Child Health

Creating reproducible dynamic reports using data from the Secure Anonymised Information Linkage (SAIL) Databank

Ting Wang
SAIL Databank, Swansea University Medical School

General Public Views on Uses and Users of Administrative Health Data

Alison Paprica
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Linking survey responses and administrative records without respondent consent to link; a discussion paper

Dermot O’Reilly
Queens University Belfast

Small area variation in the utilization of common medical tests and consultations in Ontario, Canada

Colleen Webber
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Bibliometric Analysis to Scan and Scrape New Datasets: It’s all about that BASS

Karen Tingay
Swansea University Medical School

16:19 - 16:23

Under-coding of secondary conditions in coded hospital health data: impact of co-existing conditions, death status and number of codes in a record

Mingkai Peng
University of Calgary

Understanding NHS hospital admissions in England, Scotland and Wales: data linkage to the King’s College Military Cohort Study

Daniel Leightley
King’s College Centre for Military Health Research

CanIMPACT: Understanding complexities, variation, and disparities in the breast cancer care continuum in Five Canadian provinces using administrative data

Patti Groome
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

How sick is Austria? – A decision support framework for different evaluations of the burden of disease within the Austrian population based on different data sources

Barbara Glock
Vienna University of Technology - Institute for Analysis and Scientific Computing

Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) Exploratory Data & Analytic Services Private Sector Pilot Project

Michael J Schull
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences

Integrated KT 2.0: The next generation of teamwork

Randy Fransoo
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy, University of Manitoba

Early mortality from external causes in Aboriginal mothers: a retrospective cohort study

Jenny Fairthorne
Telethon Kids Institute

16:23 – 16:27

Developing and Validating Electronic Medical Record Based Case Definitions for Liver Diseases and Comorbidities

Mingshan Lu
University of Calgary

Using consented health record linkage in a longitudinal cohort study

Karen Tingay
Swansea University Medical School

High school graduation – the impact of older siblings’ educational achievement

Elizabeth Wall-Wieler
University of Manitoba

Health data on public trial: To what extent should patients control access to patient records?

Mary Tully
HeRC/Farr Institute, University of Manchester

Clinical Text De-identification and Other Large Scale Processing Tasks in Resource Constrained Environments

Richard Jackson
King’s College Centre

In Utero Exposure to Antihypertensive Medication During Pregnancy and Neonatal and Child Health Outcomes

Catherine Fitton
University of Aberdeen

Using Canadian data linkage to investigate the socioeconomic patterning of hospital burden for childbirth

Sarah M Mah
Department of Geography, McGill University

16:27 - 16:31

Policies to Optimize Physician Billing Data in Academic Alternative Relationship Payment Plans: Practices and Perspectives

Hude Quan
Community Health Science, University of Calgary

The impact of administrative dataset characteristics on clerical review: A Tasmanian case study

Nadine Wiggins
Menzies Institute for Medical Research, University of Tasmania

The Canadian Chronic Disease Surveillance System: The Benefits and Challenges of a Distributed Model for National Disease Surveillance

Lisa Lix
University of Manitoba

Protocol for implementing the concept of citizen scientists for HealthWise Wales: a national population study

Julia Townson
Cardiff University

Bespoke linkage of Public Health England laboratory data on gastrointestinal infections to the Clinical Practice Research Datalink: Ethics approval and a study proposal

Oluwaseun Esan
NIHR Health Protection Research Unit in Gastrointestinal Infections, University of Oxford

Gaps in Health and Wealth: The relationship between trends in income inequality and breastfeeding inequalities

Nathan C. Nickel
Manitoba Centre for Health Policy

Maternal age and child development outcomes at age five in Australian Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal children: a population data linkage study

Mark Hanly
Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW Australia

16:31 - 16:35

Unified health database creation: 125 million brazilian cohort from information systems of hospital, outpatient, births, notifications and mortalities

Ramon Pereira
Federal University of MInas Gerais (UFMG)

The impact of social care expenditure at the end of life: a novel linkage study in Scotland

Claudia Geue
University of Glasgow

Primary care contact before and after emergency hospitalisation in children in English NHS hospitals: a linked administrative data study

Linda Wijlaars
UCL Institute of Child Health

Monitoring medication uptake in difficult asthma – qualitative analysis

Sean MacBride-Stewart
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde

Can We and Should We Produce a model for Emergency Admissions derived from Primary Care Data?

Kerry Bailey
Swansea University Medical School

Methodological research priorities for data sciences: Report from The International Methodology Consortium for Coded Health Information (IMECCHI)

Rachel Jolley
IMECCHI, O’Brien Institute for Public Health, University of Calgary

Outcomes in Paediatric Intensive Care Units for Children with Life-Limiting Conditions: A national data linkage study

Lorna Fraser
University of York

16:35 - 16:39

Data linkage to develop a mortality outcome measure for patients with sepsis

Andrea Patton
University of Dundee

How do you interpret a billion primary care records?

Martin Heaven
Farr Institute CIPHER

Linking the Diagnostic Imaging Dataset (DID) to Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) – improving and understanding the diagnosis of lung cancer

David Kennedy
Cancer Research UK

Identifying superusers of health services with mental health and addiction problems: Putting the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Strategy for Patient Oriented Research into action

Jacqueline Quail
Health Quality Council (Saskatchewan)

Information Management at the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES): Moving from Identifiable Data to Coded Data

Lisa Thurairasu
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)

Using record linkage to demonstrate the benefits of maternal influenza immunisation in Western Australia

Nicholas de Klerk
Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia

The impact of dementia and other comorbidities on increased risk of subsequent hip fracture following hip fracture in Australia: a competing risk approach

Lara Harvey
Neuroscience Research Australia

16:39 - 16:43

Timeliness of recording in the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) – an initial step in the implementation of near real-time vaccine safety surveillance

Andreia Leite
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

An Investigation into the Impact of Disability on Employment in Wales using linked data

Aideen Ahern
School of Management, Swansea University

Linking hospital and immigrant landing data to understand patterns of hospital use among refugees in Canada

Claudia Sanmartin
Statistics Canada

iConsent an Electronic Consent Platform with the MS Register

Rod Middleton
Swansea University Medical School

Disseminating findings from the Data Analysis with Privacy Protection for Epidemiological Research (DAPPER) workshop

Becca Wilson
D2K Research Group, University of Bristol

Investigating antimicrobial prescribing pattern before the development of CDI using data linkage

Jiafeng Pan
University of Strathclyde

16:43 - 16:47

The Impact of the Choice of Data Source in Record Linkage Studies Estimating Mortality in Venous Thromboembolism

Arlene Gallagher
Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD)

Linking the English Cancer Patient Experience Survey to Cancer registration: relating patient experience to outcomes, a step towards better services and outcomes

Anna Fry
Cancer Research UK / National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service

Investigating the incidence of youth mental health problem by merging person register and school level class room survey data

Marko Merikukka
National Institute for Health and Welfare, Finland

Custodian Controlled Data Repository - supporting the timely, easy and cost effective access to linked data

Christopher Radbone & Suzi Adams
SA NT DataLink

Long term health effects of NEET experiences: evidence from a longitudinal analysis of young people in Scotland

Chris Dibben
University of Edinburgh

Hospital admissions in children who had pelvicalyceal diltation detected on ultrasound scan during pregnancy: an e-cohort study

Shantini Paranjothy
Cardiff University

16:47 - 16:51

Transient Ischaemic Attack 999 Emergency Referral (TIER): a cluster randomised feasibility trial facilitated by data linkage

Martin Heaven
Swansea University Medical School

16:51 - 16:55

Business Intelligence System for Government and the Community

Christopher Radbone
SA NT DataLink