People Make Data: Part 4

I’m thrilled to have Mr Steve Clark contributing this post to the eCRUSADers People Make Data series.  Steve has a wealth of knowledge about cancer care throughout the UK and since his colorectal cancer diagnosis in May 2013, he has been involved in various projects and campaigns within the colorectal cancer sphere, including setting up …

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Working with administrative data in Scotland: A round up of researcher experiences

We’ve hit n = 5 in terms of eCRUSADer Researcher Experience posts! It’s not quite there in terms of a sample size for claiming any statistically significant findings but I thought that it was about time we took stock of them to see if there were any common themes emerging. So, that’s what this post …

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Are data repositories the future? An eCRUSADers conversation with DataLoch

In this post, we will be discussing a very exciting project called DataLoch. DataLoch is a repository of linked health and social care administrative data sets from Edinburgh and the South East of Scotland. It was established in 2019 under the Data Driven Innovation (DDI) programme funded by the Edinburgh and South East Scotland City …

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eCRUSADers: one year on

I still can’t quite believe that it has been one year to the day since I launched the eCRUSADers website with the first Welcome post.! For those of you who don’t know, before launching the platform, I had been contemplating the idea of eCRUSADers for some time whilst reflecting the challenges I faced when attempting …

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