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Video now online of "Realistic Medicine, Data and Me" at EISF!

7th May 2018

Video recording now available for "Realistic Medicine, Data and Me" at the Edinburgh International Science Festival 2018
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Reflections on the launch of the Cancer Data Phase 1 Projects

Dr Hilary Dobson OBE

25th April 2018

Thoughts from Dr Hilary Dobson OBE, Deputy Director of the Innovative Healthcare Delivery Programme (IHDP) and the clinical lead for the Cancer Innovation Challenge's funding competition to find Innovative data science solutions to improve cancer care and outcomes in Scotland after the project launch and stakeholder engagement event on 6 March 2018. 

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How UK Universities Are Using Patient Data in Research: New #DataSavesLives Animation Launched

17th April 2018

A new animation has been created to answer questions about the use of patient data by UK universities, researchers and scientists. #DataSavesLives
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Making connections at DataFest18

Steph Wright

28th March 2018

A few quick thoughts on the Cancer Innovation Challenge's networking event as part of the DataFest18 - Realising your data-driven healthcare innovation in Scotland.

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Our next Phase 1 Projects Launched!

6th March 2018

Today the Cancer Innovation Challenge were proud to launch the three successful Phase 1 Projects for the Innovative data science solutions to improve cancer care and outcomes in Scotland SBRI competition. Projects from Canon Medical Research Europe, Jayex Technology and Sharpe Analytics were announced today at a launch event and stakeholder workshop in Edinburgh
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Phase 2 Projects launched!

15th February 2018

Phase 2 projects for the Cancer Innovation Challenge's SBRI competition to look for New approaches to record and integrate cancer PROMs and PREMs have been announced.
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100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better

Cherry Martin

14th December 2017

We had a chat with Cherry Martin, Communications Manager from The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research to find out a bit more about the Institute, the 100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better project and the #DataSavesLives hashtag.

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The ALLIANCE launches new video about using data in healthcare

29th November 2017

The Digital Health and Care team at the ALLIANCE have launched Scotland’s first jargon-free introductory film that explains how our data is used in healthcare.
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One week to go before registration deadline for latest funding call!

20th October 2017

Just one week to go before the registration deadline for our funding competition to find Innovative Data Science Solutions to Improve Cancer Care and Outcomes in Scotland!
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Musings on introducing new technology

Prof Brian McKinstry

17th October 2017

Prof Brian McKinstry, a GP, Professor of Primary Care eHealth and a clinical consultant on the Cancer Innovation Challenge, shares his thoughts on introducing new technologies.

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