Aim to inform interested researchers about the ResearchOne Data Service and about opportunities this unique project will present to our research community including access to funding.
York, Thursday, 19th February, 1.00 to 3.00:
Bradford, Monday, 23rd February, 12.00 to 2.00:
Huddersfield, Thursday, 5th March, 12.00 to 2.00
Hull, Monday, 23rd March, 12.00 to 2.00
What is ResearchOne?
ResearchOne is a research dataset of anonymised patient data consisting of real but de-identified clinical and administrative data drawn from the electronic patient records currently held on the clinical database SystmOneTM .
Over the last three years the University of Leeds has worked in partnership with TPP, who develop the clinical information system, SystmOneTM, to create ResearchOne, which has the potential to become one of the largest healthcare research datasets in the world and has just won Best RCUK Knowledge Base Impact by InnovateUK (aka Technology Strategy Board).
The aim of these events is to inform interested researchers across Yorkshire and the Humber, about the ResearchOne Data Service and about opportunities this unique project will present to our research community including access to funding.
The Academic Health Sciences Network (AHSN) for Yorkshire and Humber has funded the University of Leeds Health Services Innovation Hub to promote this new service on their behalf for the benefit of the region’s research community.
Timetable for each roadshow event
The programme for each event will be: *
12:00 Networking with lunch refreshments
12:30 Presentations about ResearchOne by Dr Susan Clamp (University of Leeds) and Dr Chris Bates or one of his colleagues (ResearchOne)
13:15 1:1 sessions (5 min each) with Susan Clamp and Chris Bates on project-specific enquiries (to be booked in advance during sign-up on Eventbrite site)
* Note that the York event will take place one hour later, starting at 13:00.
Data Services Project Administrator with ‘ResearchOne’, Faculty of Medicine and Health, The University of Leeds