IPDLN 2022 Conference - Call for Abstracts

IPDLN 2022 Conference - Call for Abstracts

Wednesday, January 12, 2022

IPLDN 2022 Conference - 7-9 October 2022, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

Call for abstracts is now open!

The IPLDN invites you to submit abstracts for the 2022 IPDLN Conference. Submissions for presentations and workshops must address the conference theme and one of the sub-themes as shown below.

The conference is also looking for groups of 4-5 researchers to form Expert Q&A panels to give feedback to Masters and PhD students on their research.

Applications to facilitate the pre-conference workshops are also now open. Virtual (Monday 5 September) and in-person (Tuesday 6 September) sessions are available.

You can find the guidelines, application forms, and link to submit your abstracts below. The deadline to apply is the 25 March 2022.

Important links:

Abstract submissions guidelines (pdf).

Click here to submit your abstracts for the conference.

Expert Q&A Panel application form and guidelines (pdf).

Pre-Conference Workshop application form and guidelines (doc).

Find out more about the 2022 Conference Scientific Committee.


Conference theme:
Data linkage research: informing policy and practice

Sub-themes (in bold):

• Data linkage, methods, systems and technology: methodological developments, including:
o Improving data and linkage quality
o Software development
o Artificial Intelligence approaches
o Privacy enhancing techniques
o Developing and improving data services

• Research using real-world data: research outcomes utilising linked datasets, incorporating:
o Health data linkage research
o Crime, justice and policing data linkage research
o Education outcomes data linkage research
o Understanding households & use of Census data in data linkage research
o Research to support Covid-19 related insights

• Multi-sector data linkage:
o Overcoming challenges and sensitivities of cross-sectoral and cross-jurisdictional data linkage
o Linking to other emerging data types

• Linking data to produce Official Statistics:
o The creation and use of new data linkages to produce or improve Official Statistics
o Opportunities for collaborations between government and external researchers

• Ethics, law and social implications:
o Ethical, Legal and Social aspects of population data use including collection, use, sharing and ownership, as well as who gets to make these decisions
o implications of ethical, legal and social aspects of data use for emerging applications like AI

• Public engagement and involvement in population data research:
o Embedding public engagement and involvement into the development and delivery of data linkage and research

 

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