News & Events

News & Events

March

  • Webinar Wednesday: Using multi-sectoral data linkage to inform whole-of-government responses for people who experience social exclusion: Challenges and opportunities

    Tuesday, 31 March 2020 

    Wednesday 13 May 2020, 12noon AEST, 10 AWST

    Using multi-sectoral data linkage to inform whole-of-government responses for people who experience social exclusion: Challenges and opportunities

    Presenters: Dr Jesse Young, Prof Stuart Kinner

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  • IPDLN 2020 Conference Update

    Thursday, 26 March 2020 

    From IPDLN :

    We have been monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic closely as it evolves across the globe and particularly here in Australia.
    From IPDLN Organising Committee:

    We believe that at this stage it is not possible for the IPDLN 2020 Conference to proceed as previously planned at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 27-29 October 2020.

    We are actively looking at alternatives and we will provide further information shortly. Options include cancellation, postponement or a virtual conference.

    Given this uncertainty, we will not be opening conference registrations at this time.

    Thanks to everyone who responded to the IPDLN 2020 Call for Abstracts and Workshop Proposals. We received a strong response and plan to continue with the review process as soon as a decision is made.

    Thanks also to all the organisers and committee members who have been working so hard to deliver the Conference and to members of the IPDLN, and wider networks, for your patience as we navigate through these uncertain times.

    We will provide further information via ipdlnconference.org and ipdln.org as soon as it becomes available.

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  • The use of linked administrative data in therapeutic development report

    Tuesday, 10 March 2020 

    Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer and her team from the University of Wollongong's Australian Centre for Health Engagement, Evidence and Values have recently released their report on "Exploring the Public Interest in and Social Licence for the Use of Linked Administrative Data in Therapeutic Development through a Scoping Review, Survey of Community Attitudes, and Hypothetical Case Studies".

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  • Recording of Annette Hicks, IBM Watson Health webinar: Innovation : How should we use Australia's publicly funded?

    Tuesday, 10 March 2020 

    If you were unable to attend PHRN and ARDC's webinar with Annette Hicks, IBM Watson Health webinar: Innovation : How should we use Australia's publicly funded? You can listen to the recording here

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February

  • Webinar Wednesday : Innovation : How should we use Australia's publicly funded data?

    Wednesday, 19 February 2020 

    Webinar Wednesday : Innovation : How should we use Australia's publicly funded?

    Following on from PHRN’s Australia Data Future’s Symposium held at the Sydney Opera House in November, Annette Hicks, Senior Advisor for IBM Watson Health will be talking on Innovation and how should we use Australia's publicly funded data?

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  • Recording of Carolyn Adams webinar on “A legal perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data”

    Thursday, 13 February 2020 

    If you were unable to attend yesterday’s PHRN and ARDC webinar with Carolyn Adams, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie Law School on “A legal perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data”. Listen here.

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  • Webinar Wednesday : An Ethical Perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded

    Following on from PHRN’s Australia Data Future’s Symposium held at the Sydney Opera House in November, Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer will give her presentation on Trust and who should we trust to use Australia’s publicly funded data.

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January

  • Webinar Wednesday: A Legal Perspective : Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data

    Wednesday, 29 January 2020 

    Following on from PHRN’s Australia Data Future’s Symposium held at the Sydney Opera House in November, Carolyn Adams will give her presentation on Trust and who should we trust to use Australia’s publicly funded data.

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  • Research Data Webinar: A curriculum for foundational Research Data Science skills for Early Career Researchers

    Tuesday, 21 January 2020 

    In this Webinar, Hugh Shanahan will present the curriculum and example materials developed by the RDA/CODATA Summer Schools in Data Science and Cloud Computing in the Developing World WG to give Early Career Researchers (ECR’s) the foundational skills in Data Science to work with their data.

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UPDATES

COVID-19

PHRN is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and has taken steps to mitigate the risk of transmission to our staff. In line with advice on social distancing, all staff at PHRN program office have moved to work from home. Staff are currently all working in line with our usual work patterns and our landline numbers are being diverted to staff at home, so will either be answered, or it will be possible to leave a voicemail. Please bear with us as we move to this new way of working. We will be participating in any meetings we need to attend remotely via Zoom. We are reviewing our work plans in light of the current situation and will make changes as required to ensure we are serving our network, researchers and community in this changing situation.

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NEWS & EVENTS

LATEST NEWS

WA Department of Health is seeking to establish a contract for the provision of an expert resource which will provide consultation to the Department of Health and the Department of Jobs, Tourism and Industry on a joint initiative. The ‘Strategic Linkage Advisor’, will provide strategic linkage advice, research, analysis, stakeholder management and inter-governmental coordination on matters relating to data linkage.

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