Videos

Videos

2021

Professor Gita Mishra, Ms Colleen Loos, Dr Katrina Moss, Dr Louise Wilson and Professor Annette Dobson The Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health (ALSWH) and linked data showcase
Professor John Lynch, Deputy Dean Research, Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, School of Public Health, The University of Adelaide South Australian BEBOLD Platform. Better Evidence, Better Outcomes, Linked Data
Professor Julian Trollor, Chair of Intellectual Disability and Mental Health, University of New South Wales Using linked data to understand the health needs of people with neuropsychiatric disorders - Focus on People with Intellectual Disability
Professor Emily Banks, Professor of Epidemiology and Public Health, College of Health & Medicine, Australian National University Large scale data linkage: vision for effective public health
Professor David Preen - Chair in Public Health at the UWA School of Population and Global Health Cross Sectoral Linkage for Social Determinants of Health Research

Dr Lisa Lix, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada

Dr Amani Hamad, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada 

Ms Bhaval Chandaria, Data Information Systems, Information and System Performance Directorate, Department of Health, Western Australia

Assoc Prof Barry Milne, Centre of Methods and Policy Application in the Social Sciences (COMPASS), University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

Mr Andrew Sporle, Department of Statistics | Waipapa Taumata Rau, The University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand

PHRN and IPDLN International Symposium on Multigenerational Data Linkage: The Challenges and Opportunities of Family-Based Research 

2020

Natalie Wray, Client Services Officer, PHRN Program Office
Katie Irvine, Manager, Centre for Health Record Linkage
Phil Anderson, Head, Health Linkage Unit Australian Institute of Health and Welfare Data Integration Services Centre
Matt Gorringe, Program Manager, SURE Program, Research Assets Division, Sax Institute
Accessing Cross Jurisdictional Linked Data in Australia
Carolyn Adams, Senior Lecturer, Macquarie Law School A legal perspective: Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data

Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer, Head, School of Health and Society, University of Wollongong

An ethical perspective: Who should we trust to use Australia's publicly funded data
Annette Hicks, Senior Health Advisor for Chief Health Officer,IBM Watson Health Innovation: How should we use Australia’s publicly funded data

Professor Stuart Kinner and Dr Jesse Young from the Justice Health Unit in Centre for Health Equity, University of Melbourne

Using multi-sectoral data linkage to inform whole-of-government responses for people who experience social exclusion: Challenges and opportunities
Dr Melissa O’Donnell, Senior Research Fellow, Telethon Kids Institute Using linked data to provide evidence for improved policy and support for vulnerable children and families

2019

 A/Prof Rachael Moorin, Curtin University Use of linked administrative data to evaluate continuity of primary care
Dr Monique Kilkenny, Head of the National Stroke Data Linkage Program, Monash University. Towards an integrated national data platform for stroke
Dr Christopher Davies, Senior Biostatistician, ANZDATA Registry Data linkage to the Australia and New Zealand Dialysis and Transplant Registry (ANZDATA). 
Kate Miller, PhD Student, Telethon Kids Is low sun exposure during early life a risk factor for type 1 diabetes?
PHRN and Australian Clinical Trials Alliance PHRN Data Linkage webinar 1- Designing Clinical Trials using Linked Data
PHRN and Australian Clinical Trials Alliance PHRN Data Linkage webinar 2 - Accessing Linked Data
PHRN and Australian Clinical Trials Alliance PHRN Data Linkage webinar 3 - Ethical considerations in using Linked Data
PHRN and Australian Clinical Trials Alliance PHRN Data Linkage webinar 4 - Accessing MBS and PBS data

2018

Dr Merran Smith, Chief Executive, PHRN and Professor David Ford, Professor of Health Informatics and leads the Health Informatics Group at College of Medicine in Swansea University In conversation with... Part 1 - cross jurisdictional data linkage: Australia and the United Kingdom
Dr Merran Smith, Chief Executive, PHRN and Professor David Ford, Professor of Health Informatics and leads the Health Informatics Group at College of Medicine in Swansea University, Wales, UK In conversation with... Part 2 - data security and the importance of data repositories
Dr Merran Smith, Chief Executive, PHRN and Professor David Ford, Professor of Health Informatics and leads the Health Informatics Group at College of Medicine in Swansea University, Wales, UK In conversation with... Part 3 - Looking to the future
Dr Merran Smith, Chief Executive, PHRN and Professor David Ford, Professor of Health Informatics and leads the Health Informatics Group at College of Medicine in Swansea University, Wales, UK In conversation with... Part 4 - consumers and their data