Parallel Session 3

Wednesday 24 August | 16:00 – 18:00


  Data Linkage Quality (A) Data Linkage Quality (B) Advanced Analytics Privacy Regulation Governance Linking Emerging Data Types Capacity Building
Room

GH043

GH001

GH037

GH029

GH049

GH014

Session Chair

Michael Schull

Peter Jones

David Martin

Tjeerd van Staa

Aaron Lacey

Megan Bell

16:00 - 16:20

High quality linkage using Multibit Trees for privacy-preserving blocking

Adrian Brown
Curtin University

A data linkage strategy for producing census and population statistics from administrative data

Peter Jones
Office for National Statistics

Differences in the breast cancer diagnostic process across stage groups in Ontario, Canada

Patti Groome
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Can censoring of research outputs be automated to ensure robust data protection?

Kelly Nock & Kerry Bailey
We Predict Limited

Data safe havens to combine health and genomic data: benefits and challenges

Arron Lacey
Swansea University Medical School

Severe parental mental illness is associated with lower school readiness in offspring: A linked data study

Megan Bell
Telethon Kids Institute, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

16:20 - 16:40

Assessing the impact of different grouping methods: time to rethink and regroup?

James Boyd
Curtin University

Investigating the relationships between chronic ill health and educational outcomes in children

Michael Fleming
University of Glasgow

Distilling data – A flexible method for producing research-ready Electronic Health Records

Alex Hacker
The Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford

A Federated Data Linkage Strategy to Support Population Health Research in Canada

Tanya Flanagan
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer

Statins therapy and mortality among new long-term care residents in Ontario, Canada: the contribution of clinical assessment data to a population-based cohort study

Susan Bronskill
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)

Increasing research capacity with ICES Data & Analytic Services (DAS)

Lisa Ishiguro
Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES)

16:40 - 17:00

The effect of cross-jurisdictional linked hospital and death data on estimating risk-adjusted grouped hospital standardised mortality ratios in Australia

James Semmens
Curtin University

Autism Spectrum Disorders and Assisted Reproductive Technology: Massachusetts 2004-2010 Population-based Results from Data Linkage Efforts

Milton Kotelchuck
Mass General Hospital for Children, Harvard Medical School

Colonoscopy resource availability and colonoscopy utilization in Ontario, Canada

Colleen Webber
Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario

Furthering the idea of proportionate governance in British Columbia

Kim McGrail
Centre for Health Services and Policy Research, Population Data BC, The University of British Columbia

The causes of serious injuries to crew on UK commercial fishing vessels: An investigation combining free-text and coded data

Steven Naylor
The Health and Safety Laboratory

Genetic parameters for periodontal disease: an analysis of electronic dental treatment records linked to pedigree, genomic, sociodemographic and clinical data

Mairead L Bermingham
Centre for Genomic and Experimental Medicine, Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine,, University of Edinburgh

17:00 - 17:20

Modelling Diagnostic Validity Estimates from Administrative Health Data

Kristine Kroeker
University of Manitoba

Profile Matching of Brazilian Birth and Mortality Records where microcephaly is recorded

Antony Peter Stevens
Coordenação Geral de Informações e Análise Epidemiológica

Incremental Interactive Record Linkage using Human Intelligence Tasks (HITs)

Hye-Chung Kum
Texas A&M University

Privacy protected graphical functionality in DataSHIELD

Demetris Avraam
University of Bristol

Title: It’s a big, BAD World- the UK picture of Big and Administrative Data

Joanne Webb
Administrative Data Service, Administrative Data Research Network

Is Cancer Diagnosis Following Emergency Admission Due to Patient Delay or Systems Failure: New Insights from a Comprehensive Primary Care Dataset

Michael Yule
University of Aberdeen

17:20 - 17:40

Using weighted hospital service area networks to explore variation in preventable hospitalisation

Michael Falster
Centre for Big Data Research in Health, UNSW Australia

Breaking the problem into pieces: pre-clustering on-the-fly with the NGLMS

James Farrow
Farrow Norris / SANT DataLink

Automated de-identification of clinical free-text

Azad Dehghan
The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

Social Housing and Health in Manitoba

Mark Smith
MCHP

Probabilistic Linkage of Two National Databases to Study Emergency Care and Hospital Readmission in Children who Survive Traumatic Injury

Tellen D Bennett
University of Colorado School of Medicine, USA