Webinar Wednesday - Dr Monique Kilkenny

Webinar Wednesday - Dr Monique Kilkenny

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Webinar Wednesday - 25 September - 12noon AEST

"Towards an integrated national data platform for stroke” by Dr Monique Kilkenny Head of the National Stroke Data Linkage Program, Monash University

For the next few weeks, on a Wednesday lunch time, we will bring to you researchers who have used our PHRN network to assist with data linkage and their specific research.

This week we have Dr Monique Kilkenny, Head of the National Stroke Data Linkage Program, Monash University who will be speaking about the innovative national stroke data linkage program. She is driving this program that links data from the Registry with administrative data across the continuum of stroke care. This will enable an integrated national data platform for stroke.

Dr Kilkenny is a Senior Research fellow/NHMRC Research Fellow within the Stroke & Ageing Research Group (Monash University).   She is an emerging leader in stroke and collaborates with other leaders in the field of stroke research. Her expertise is particularly recognised in her expertise for analysing large and complex datasets.

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Our network remains open. The network is interoperable & can source expertise, technology & data from around the country. Our expert staff are highly qualified & experienced in linkage of patient data, including population-based administrative data as well as linkage of research cohort data. In addition, we provide secure file transfer & secure remote access services. We are able to work with other NCRIS capabilities to deliver coordinated access to national research infrastructure.

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