The HCSRN strives to share lessons learned, streamline and standardize administrative processes and facilitate research at all HCSRN sites.  

Our Scientific Data Resources Forum is our monthly venue for showcasing a range of work happening in informatics, analytics, data development, and scientific collaboration. We feature both HCSRN and non-HCSRN presenters, and archive the presentations.  Check out some of the recent sessions (password hcsrnSDRF1).

Pro-tip: Once it downloads (which takes a minute), scroll ahead to the ~3 minute mark.

 

Adam Wilcox, PhD & Liz Zampino, MS: Center on Data 2 Health (CD2H) Initiative

Carla Rodriguez, PhD: New opportunity to advance the safety & effectiveness of regulated products: IMEDS (November 2019) 

Liz Amos, MLIS:  FHIR Tools for Research (September 2019) 

Rob Penfold, PhD: Designing & Implementing Clinical Trials Using EHRs (August 2019)

Roy Pardee, JD, MA: DIY Analytics - How You Can and Why You Should (July 2019) 

Darren Toh, ScD: Analytic & data sharing options in multi-database or multicenter studies: Is there a one-size-fits-all approach? (June 2019)

Daniel Vreeman, PT, DPT, MS, FACMI: LOINC - A Vital Tool for Clinical Data Exchange (May 2019)

Joseph Ross, MD, MHS: Sharing Data via the Yale Open Data Access (YODA) Project - Early Experiences & Lessons Learned (March 2019)

Sarah Greene, MPH: A Closer Look at the HCSRN's Resources & Capabilities (February 2019)

Alan Bauck & Reesa Laws: Updates from the Kaiser Permanente Center for Effectiveness and Safety Research (January 2019)

 

Resources are also available to help with every phase of the research process - from grant writing through dissemination.  Check out the list on the upper right side of this page.