Harnessing Electronic Health Records for Research
2017 again sees the return of our unique programme of inter-related one- and two-day courses in the rapidly developing field of electronic health records research, spanning a wide range of applications in basic and applied health research.
Our courses are entirely modular to allow individuals to select those most relevant to their research and learning needs.
What can I learn?
These courses address the ‘why?’, the ‘what?’ and the ‘how?’ of EHR research and critically evaluate scientific opportunities and challenges, in what is being proposed as a new paradigm in medical research.
Taught by internationally recognised faculty, they span data-intensive biomedical research across diverse forms of EHR (nationally available data from primary and secondary care), regional data in hospital informatics, as well as applied EHR research.
New courses for 2017 include:
Who are these courses for?
The courses are intended for people from a wide range of backgrounds - including health care, epidemiology, biostatistics, health informatics, NHS IT, bioinformatics, genomics and computer science - and at different career stages, from those thinking of doing an MSc or PhD to established researchers.
Where is the venue?
The programme will be delivered in central London at the Farr Institute London, 222 Euston Road, London NW1 2DA between 28 April and 19 May 2017.