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Data Bootcamp: Demystifying Data Access and Use
Tue, 2 May 2017, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
May 2 (10:00-12:00 pm)
Where is the data at Island Health, how do you access it, and what can you do with it once you’ve got it? Join us to learn all about the data lifecycle at Island Health, and hear from researchers who are using data to improve care, treatment, and services.
This event is open to anyone, but will be of particular interest to researchers and health professionals who wish to access and use health authority data.
10:00-11:00 - The Life Cycle of Data at Island Health: A Story of Spider Webs & Buckets of Water
- Dawn Pollon, PhD, Research Ethics Coordinator, Island Health
- David Matias, Manager, Enterprise Data Warehouse
11:00-12:00 - How is Data Used for Research at Island Health?
Learn how Island Health researchers are using Island Health data to improve care and processes, including:
Nutrition Risk in Homecare: What Does the Data Say?
- Alice Wyche, Dietetic Intern; Laree Monty, Dietetic Intern; Melanie Parrott, RD, Dietetic Internship Coordinator, Island Health
To Dream the Impossible Dream of a Secure Research Environment: Data, Analytic Tools, Privacy and Security All in One Place
- Rob James, PhD; Lab Services, Island Health
This event is part of Five Days in May 2017, Island Health's flagship health research month. Five Days in May is designed to educate, inform, inspire, and stimulate. Every year, we bring together researchers and students, patients and healthcare providers, decision-makers and members of the public to share ideas and spark innovation.