Both SAIL Databank & SeRP have achieved the new high-watermark standard set out by NHS Digital’s Data Security and Protection Toolkit for any organisation that accesses NHS data.
Trusted relationships, built on strong processes, policies and a common understanding have been at the heart the rapid delivery of research intelligence for the One Wales response to COVID-19.
In an open letter this week, sent to the UK Information Commissioner, Chief Medical Officers of the UK, and UK data providers, and signed by 374 signatories, SAIL Databank has been highlighted as an exemplar data access system.
Since the earliest days of the COVID-19 outbreak in the UK, the SAIL Databank has played a pivotal role in the One Wales strategic response to this unprecedented global threat.
In recent times our team of data scientists have been increasingly called upon to provide valuable intelligence based on the anonymised data that we securely hold within our very own, world leading SAIL Databank.
SAIL Databank and SeRP technology to play key role in an international collaboration to accelerate COVID-19 research
A new International COVID-19 Data Research Alliance and Workbench will support the rapid development of therapies to combat the global effects of COVID-19. Established by Health Data Research (HDR) UK and partners, following funding announced by the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator and the Gates Foundation.
New collaborative research project, which will explore the effects of the built environment on child health and obesity.
New study highlights vulnerabilities of pregnant women living in Wales at risk of their babies being removed from their care
A new research has revealed that pregnant women living in Wales – who are at risk of their babies being removed from their care in the first year of life – are more likely to have had mental health problems compared to other pregnant women.
Born into Care: 1000 mothers in care proceedings in Wales Maternal health, wellbeing and pregnancy outcomes
A blog from Professor Karen Broadhurst (Lancaster University) & Dr. Lucy Griffiths (Swansea University). This blog is focused on two main findings from our recently published report “1000 Mothers in Care Proceedings in Wales”.
A new research project born out of the current COVID-19 pandemic will track the moods of people with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) over time to monitor its effect on accelerating the progression of the disease.