The seminar series 'Registers as a data source for effectiveness and patient safety research' continues on September 1st at 2.15pm-3.45pm at SN201 Snellmania) with Prof Mika Gissler's talk ‘Registers as a data source for effectiveness and patient safety research: prenatal & childhood aspect‘. The content of the talk: Health information systems, Register-based health information systems, Health care quality indicators (OECD, Nordic experiences, National experiences: Standard reporting, THL: BENCHMARKING project, THL: PERFECT project)
Mika Gissler is a Research Professor at National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL) in Helsinki, Finland and a Professor in Epidemiology at the Nordic School of Public Health (NHV). Gissler has worked in many national and international expert groups and has published in hundred scientific and other publications. His expertise is in register-based research, longitudinal epidemiology, perinatal health, reproductive health, child and adolescence health, and health indicators.
All interested participants are warmly welcome and no pre-registration is required. The program of the seminar series is available at http://www.uef.fi/documents/2048437/2362854/REGEPI_14autum.pdf/9aa862dd-75bd-4bbd-8b6c-3450a35aecd8.
Additional Information: Irma Nykänen, Reseach Centre for Comparative Effectiveness and Patient Safety, Irma.nykanen(at)uef.fi
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