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Data Linkage Symposium 2014

The Data Linkage Symposium was held on Tuesday 25 November 2014.  Please see the Program of Speakers (PDF, 206KB) for details about the presentations.  Click on the links below to watch the video or view the slides for each presentation. (The videos are best watched with the latest version of Adobe Flash).

For further information about the data linkage service within the Statistical Services Branch please see the Queensland Data linkage Framework (PDF, 453KB) or Data Linkage in Queensland.

Presentations

Topic/Video (Click on link to watch video)

Presenter

View Slides

Welcome and symposium overview

Prof Philip Davies, Deputy Director-General, Health Commissioning Queensland, Queensland Department  of Health

n.a.

Use of linked data to inform service planning, management, monitoring, evaluation and research

Dr Trisha Johnston, Director, Statistical Analysis and Linkage Team, Health Statistics Branch, Queensland Department of Health

383 KB, PDF

National data linkage: PHRN proof of concept project

Dr Cate Cameron, Senior Research Fellow NHMRC, Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation, Griffith University

550 KB, PDF

The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth: Linking administrative and clinical data for greater insight

Jillian Milne, Statewide Cardiac Clinical Data Manager, Cardiac Information Solutions Program, Health Services Information Agency, Queensland Health

921 KB, PDF

Piecing the puzzle together: data quality and data linkage in road safety

Angela Watson, PhD candidate, Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), Queensland University of Technology

787 KB, PDF

Using collections across settings for clinical indicators: like Venus and Mars

Rick Bastida, Manager, Mental Health Clinical Improvement Team, Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch, Queensland Department of Health

629 KB, PDF

Use of linked data for estimation of the effectiveness of vaccination programs in Queensland

Sarah Sheridan, PhD candidate, Queensland Children's Medical Research Institute, The University of Queensland

779 KB, PDF

Use of linked data in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women's Health

Prof Annette Dobson, Professor and Deputy Head of School, School of Population Health, The University of Queensland

828 KB, PDF

Videos

Prof Philip Davies Deputy Director-General, Health Commissioning Queensland,
Queensland Department of Health
Welcome and symposium overview

Dr Trisha Johnston Director, Statistical Analysis and Linkage Team
Queensland Department of Health
Use of linked data to inform service planning, management, monitoring, evaluation and research

Dr Cate Cameron Senior Research Fellow NHMRC, Centre of National Research on Disability and Rehabilitation,
Griffith University
National data linkage:  PHRN proof of concept project

Jillian Milne Statewide Cardiac Clinical Data Manager, Cardiac Information Solutions Program, Health Services Information Agency
Queensland Department of Health
The truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth: Linking administrative and clinical data for greater insight

Angela Watson PhD candidate, Centre for Accident Research and Road Safety – Queensland (CARRS-Q), Queensland University of Technology
Piecing the puzzle together: data quality and data linkage in road safety

Rick Bastida Manager, Mental Health Clinical Improvement Team, Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Branch,
Queensland Department of Health
Using collections across settings for clinical indicators: like Venus and Mars

Sarah Sheridan PhD candidate, Queensland Children’s Medical Research Institute,
The University of Queensland
Use of linked data for estimation of the effectiveness of vaccination programs in Queensland

Prof Annette Dobson Professor and Deputy Head of School, School of Population Health,
The University of Queensland
Use of linked data in the Australian Longitudinal Study on Women’s Health

Related links

2015 Data Linkage Symposiums presentations, slides and program of speakers

Last updated: 1 March 2016