Why is there a great difference between clinic and research in that of getting access to health data, and moreover, why do doctors have limited access to such data compared to researchers? Further, should Norway seize its opportunity to utilize health data from the public health system in order to compose the world's best Big Data? In this episode, Gard and Silvija discuss the need to set a goal and that it should be reached by the means of trial and error.
This article is from an episode of #Lørn, made in collaboration with LørnTech.
I am responsible for delivering advanced IT-support to ongoing research projects at UiO / USIT. When I first started it was as a project manager building an IT-system, making TSD-services for sensitive data, which were intented to handle data for researchers.
Ensure that researchers at the university, amongst many others, get to do the research projects that they have planned and maybe a bit more. A current example of such manifestation was our ability to create Koronastudien.no in under 24 hours from when researchers gave us the go-ahead signal.
The space of opportunities that technology / innovation offer. In my line of work we have to stay up to date on the space of opportunities, identify possibilites across this space and take advantage of a broad range of solutions. We also need to maintain our technological competence.
" ... we have to stay up to date on the space of opportunities, identify possibilites across this space and take advantage of a broad range of solutions. "
Precisely due to the way in which we can make things a reality. The things that we are able to do today may have been impossible to do in the past due to issues like money, security, privacy or volume.
Computerome in Denmark.
IT and privacy. However, the most important is knowing both that we have to- and should hold a job. I believe there will be a class division amongst workers: between individuals who are able to work, i.e. those who can abstain from social media during work hours, and others who do not have this ability.
Especially on the research side of things. Here, Norway is one of the actors that have come the farthest in the world. The clinical side has a long road ahead.
« Everybody’s got a plan, until they get punched in the mouth » – Mike Tyson.
" One should set a goal and reach it by the means of trial and error. "
How can sharing of health data be of aid during pandemics such as COVID-19?
In this particular project, we are aiming to build a pre-clinial in silico lab to support research and innovation projects within precision medicine. It will serve as a test bed for development of prototype research and development