Hundreds of participants went to Porto, Portugal on the 17th and 18th of November for the first-ever health data conference "Health Data Quality: a Dynamic Complexity".
The European Institute for Health Data (i~HD), together with six other partners, launched the Digital Health Uptake (DHU) project which aims to facilitate the alignment of policies, strategies, instruments and activities to advance the uptake of digital health solutions and services in Europe.
i~HD, together with more than 20 stakeholders, expresses its support for the aims of the European Health Data Space as proposed by the European Commission.
Researchers from i~HD have recently published a triad of publications on the identification of active substances and dose forms in medicinal products.
Researchers from i~HD have recently published a triad of publications on the identification of active substances and dose forms in medicinal products.
2021 has been a breath-taking year in which we have grown our team, welcomed new members, developed new services, started new projects, and run round tables and workshops. You can discover more details on these exciting developments in our annual report 2021.
i~HD will deliver a keynote presentation titled “Harnessing the Power of Real-World Data (RWD) for Clinical Research: European Initiatives”.
i~HD’s Dipak Kalra will deliver a keynote presentation titled “Harnessing the Power of Real-World Data (RWD) for Clinical Research: European Initiatives”.
A study based on anonymised health records from over 8 million people in the UK and Spain found no evidence of a link between COVID-19 vaccines and 3 neurological disorders. However, there was an increased risk of these disorders, seen in people who had a COVID-19 infection.
Six experts from different fields gathered for the European Health Summit Taskforce Public Debate to discuss AI in Healthcare.  i~HD President Prof. Dipak Kalra moderated this debate.
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