This PHRN’s New Online Course provides participants with the knowledge and skills required to plan linked data projects and successfully navigate the application and approval process.

The free self-paced course takes around an hour to complete. It covers the types of data that are commonly available for linkage, the benefits and constraints of administrative data for research, a basic understanding of the data linkage process, and guidance on design and feasibility. It also details the application and approval process for each jurisdiction, using a standardised format and provides guidance for costs and timeframes.

May 20

Linkage Learning Webinar, Professor Rachel Neale on Vitamin D supplements

June 4

Joint PHRN Australia & HDRN Canada Workshop: Is this okay? Community attitudes on using health data in research in Canada and Australia: a cross-cultural exchange

July 2

Linkage Learning Webinar, Professor Gita Mishra discusses endometriosis

August 26-28

Implementation Science in the Real World (ISRW24) workshop and colloquium

September 15-18 

International Population Data Linkage Network Conference, Chicago, IL, USA

December 3-5

2024 International Conference on Research Infrastructures (ICRI), Brisbane