Workshop: The potential of routinely collected data

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December 2011: Workshop – The potential of routinely collected data

Date:    Friday 16th December 2011

Time: 10:00 am- 4:00 pm

Venue:    Department of Health Care Management and Policy, University of Surrey

Audience: Southern PCRN research coordinators

This workshop comprised 3 sessions.

Session 1. Facilitating the use of routine primary care data for research: structure of the clinical record in primary care, potential of coded data in research, data governance and the location and quality of data in the health system

Session 2: Coding: theoretical framework of ontologies, the semantic triangle, terminologies and classifications, type of coding used in NHS, development of a research question data dictionary, coding exercise in ICD10 and Read version 2 5 byte, search strategies to accommodate synonyms and ambiguities.

Session 3: Data extraction: review of current primary care clinical systems, the clinical record expressed a logical database schema, developing data queries, types of research questions expressed as queries, employing retrieval strategies to complex medical concepts to avoid key issues such as displacement.

When and where: Friday 16th December 2011 (10:00 am – 4:00 pm) – in the Department of Health Care Management and Policy, University of Surrey

Audience: Southern PCRN research coordinators

This workshop comprised 3 sessions.

  • Session 1: Facilitating the use of routine primary care data for research: structure of the clinical record in primary care, potential of coded data in research, data governance and the location and quality of data in the health system
  • Session 2: Coding: theoretical framework of ontologies, the semantic triangle, terminologies and classifications, type of coding used in NHS, development of a research question data dictionary, coding exercise in ICD10 and Read version 2 5 byte, search strategies to accommodate synonyms and ambiguities
  • Session 3: Data extraction: review of current primary care clinical systems, the clinical record expressed a logical database schema, developing data queries, types of research questions expressed as queries, employing retrieval strategies to complex medical concepts to avoid key issues such as displacement

Please click on the sessions to download the respective presentation PDFs.