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2022 IPDLN conference

Data linkage research: informing policy and practice

More than 500 in-person delegates made for a brilliant and deeply fascinating few days of research discussion, abstract presentations, and keynote lectures. It was wonderful to meet all of you, and we hope you had as enjoyable and informative an experience as we did.

 

Recordings of the conference proceedings, including presentations and keynote speeches, are now live and can be viewed by joining the IPDLN Crowd community. Please note that a handful of recordings were unable to be uploaded due to technical issues which we are resolving ASAP. 

 

Access to the recordings is restricted to ticket-holders.

If you have questions regarding the conference in general, please email hub@adruk.org

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
EVENT SPEAKER
DR MAURÍCIO L. BARRETO

Emeritus Professor at the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil

EVENT INFORMATION
SUB-THEME
01
Data linkage, methods, systems and technology (MS)

Methodological developments, including:

- Improving data and linkage quality

- Software development

- Artificial Intelligence approaches
- Privacy enhancing techniques
- Developing and improving data services

SUB-THEME
02
Research using real-world data (RWD)

Research outcomes utilising linked datasets, incorporating:

- Health data linkage research

- Crime, justice and policing data linkage research

- Education outcomes data linkage research

- Understanding households & use of Census data in data linkage research

- Research to support Covid-19 related insights

SUB-THEME
03
Multi-sector data linkage (DL)

- Overcoming challenges and sensitivities of cross-sectoral and cross-jurisdictional data linkage

- Linking to other emerging data types

SUB-THEME
04
Linking data to produce Official Statistics (OS)

- The creation and use of new data linkages to produce or improve Official Statistics

- Opportunities for collaborations between government and external researchers

SUB-THEME
05
Ethics, law and social implications (ELSI)

- Ethical, Legal and Social aspects of population data use including collection, use, sharing and ownership, as well as who gets to make these decisions

- Implications of ethical, legal and social aspects of data use for emerging applications like AI

SUB-THEME
06
Public engagement and involvement in population data research (PI/PE)

- Embedding public engagement and involvement into the development and delivery of data linkage and research

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

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