IJPDS special issue on population data centre profiles featuring PHRN

IJPDS special issue on population data centre profiles featuring PHRN

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Read IJPDS special issue on population data centre profiles featuring PHRN.

This issue includes articles from population data centres across the world & represents a unique resource, bringing together into one place a wealth of information.  A population data centre is defined in this context as an information environment providing access to linked datasets at person-level from multiple routine data sources, with explicit approaches to how this linkage is done, and how data are managed and safeguarded for the purposes of service-delivery, research or both.

With articles from population data centres across the world, this special issue represents a unique resource, bringing together into one place a wealth of information. Modes of operation vary between centres, but in general, the information includes: rationales for the establishment of the centres; population settings; architecture and IT, relevant legislation and governance; data linkage models; data access models; a description of the datasets that can be made available; and some noteworthy outputs.

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