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Data Linkage Symposium 2015

The Data Linkage Symposium was held on Tuesday 10 November 2015.  Please see the Program of Speakers (PDF, 86kB) 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

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

502 KB, PDF

When will I recieve my linked data ?  A presentaton from the heart of the data linkage request team

Catherine Taylor, Principal Data Linkage Officer, Statistical Analysis and Linkage Team, Health Statistics Unit, Queensland Department of Health

715 KB, PDF

Cardiovascular health in burns survivors

Dr Jennifer Paratz, Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Burns, Trauma and Critical Care Research Centre, School of Medicine, The University of Queensland and Griffith University

1,511 KB, PDF

Engaging clinicians with routine data and effecting change across Queensland

John Harrington, Queensland Cancer Control and Analysis Team, Metro South HHS, Queensland Health

622 KB, PDF

A population-based study of Indigenous women's participation in cervical screening and associated outcomes

Lisa Whop, PhD Candidate, Menzies School of Health Research

504 KB,PDF

Using linked data to inform patient safety and quality of care

Corrie Martin and Michael Findlay, Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Service, Queensland Department of Health

255 KB,PDF
Understanding the relationship between mental illness and offending 

Dr Carleen Thompson, Research Fellow and Project Manager, Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University

403 KB, PDF

Linking non-health data in Queensland:  processes for gaining access to and linking these data

Karen Cosgrove, Principal Statistician, Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, Queensland Treasury

123 KB, PDF

The value and use of linked data to inform public policy

Professor Vivienne Tippett, Director, Centre for Emergency and Disaster Management, School of Public Health, Queensland University of Technology

306 KB, PDF

Symposium close and networking

Dr Trisha Johnston, Director, Statistical Analysis Linkage Team, Queensland Department  of Healthn.a.

Videos

Dr Trisha Johnston Director, Statistical Analysis Linkage Team, Queensland Department of Health
Welcome and symposium overview

Catherine Taylor Principal Data Linkage Officer, Statistical Analysis and Linkage Team, Health Statistics Unit, Queensland Department of Health
'When will I receive my linked data ?  A presentaton fromthe heart of the data linkage request team.'

Dr Jennifer Paratz Honorary Senior Research Fellow, Burns, Trauma and Critical Care Research Centre
School of Medicine, The University of Queensland and Griffith University
Cardiovascular health in burns survivors

John Harrington Queensland Cancer Control and Analysis Team,
Metro South HHS, Queensland Health
Engaging clinicians with routine data and effecting change across Queensland

Lisa Whop
PhD Candidate, Menzies School of Health Research
A population-based study of Indigenous women’s participation in cervical screening and associated outcomes

Corrie Martin and Michael Findlay
Patient Safety and Quality Improvement Service, Queensland Department of Health
Using linked data to inform patient safety and quality of care

Dr Carleen Thompson Research Fellow and Project Manager, Griffith Criminology Institute, Griffith University
Understanding the relationship between mental illness and offending

Karen Cosgrove Principal Statistician,
Queensland Government Statistician’s Office, Queensland Treasury
Linking non-health data in Queensland:  processes for gaining access to and linking these data

Professor Vivienne Tippett
Centre for Emergency and Disaster Management, School of Public Health, Queensland University of Technology
The value and use of linked data to inform public policy

Related links

2014 Data Linkage Symposium presentations, slides and program of speakers

Last updated: 1 March 2016