Meet the Hubs: PIONEER - The Health Data Research Hub for Acute Care

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If you are interested in accessing acute care data for research or the work of the PIONEER Hub more broadly, join Director Dr Elizabeth Sapey and team to find out what PIONEER: The Health Data Research Hub for Acute Care could do for you.

We’ll be sharing details of the projects we have supported and short case studies about how academics, clinicians and industry have found working with us to date. Learn about the technical side of sharing data safely and securely. Find out how public voice plays an integral role in our data access decisions. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions of the team.

Speakers include:

  • Dr Elizabeth Sapey, PIONEERs Director
  • Suzy Gallier, Technical Director
  • Laura Forty, PPIE Lead
  • Member of the Data Trust Committee – to be confirmed
  • Public contributor - Gary Price

About the Hubs

Since launching in October 2019, seven Health Data Research Hubs have demonstrated that their uniquely collaborative, cross-sector and fast-paced method of working delivers results that make a difference to patients’ lives. Led by Health Data Research UK (HDR UK), in the past year the Hubs have also pivoted to support the UK’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, enabling research in areas such as infection rates, vaccine rollout, and understanding the impact of COVID-19 on specific disease areas.

In May and June 2021, HDR UK will be hosting a series of seminars showcasing each Hub in detail.

Find out more and sign up to join the other Hub seminars here.

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Organiser Health Data Research UK (HDR UK)

Organiser of Meet the Hubs: PIONEER - The Health Data Research Hub for Acute Care

Health Data Research UK (HDR UK) is the national institute for
health data science in England, Wales, Scotland and
Northern Ireland. Its mission is to unite the UK’s health
data to enable discoveries that improve people’s lives. It
is a not-for-profit public benefit company funded by UK
Research and Innovation, the Department of Health and
Social Care in England and equivalents in Northern
Ireland, Wales and Scotland, and leading medical
research charities.

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