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How is your healthcare data being used? It’s a contentious topic, with fears around patient confidentiality, but the patient data held by the NHS is an incredibly rich resource for understanding and fighting some of our deadliest diseases.

In this talk, Professor Eva Morris will explain how harnessing data appropriately can inform NHS cancer services – and prevent hundreds of deaths every year. Professor Andrea Cipriani will discuss how clinical data can help deliver personalised care for patients with mental health disorders, improving their outcomes and reducing NHS costs.

Eva Morris is Professor of Health Data Epidemiology and Oxford BRC Theme Lead for Translational Data Science.

Andrea Cipriani is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the NIHR Oxford Health Clinical Research Facility and Oxford Health BRC Theme Lead for Data Science.

FREE entry, no booking required. 

Refreshments from 5.40pm