Safe havens

implementation of a technical solution to facilitate safe and secure access for health research

Katie Wilde, Alasdair Coutts, Sharon Gordon, Stephanie Hall, Corri Black

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Abstract

The Grampian Data Safe Haven (DaSH), a joint technical venture between University of Aberdeen and NHS Grampian, was established in May 2012 to provide a safe and secure environment to facilitate access to data for health research. DaSH is part of the Scottish Network of Safe Havens.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 18 Mar 2015
EventUCISA15 - EICC, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Duration: 18 Mar 201520 Mar 2015

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ConferenceUCISA15
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityEdinburgh
Period18/03/1520/03/15

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Wilde, K., Coutts, A., Gordon, S., Hall, S., & Black, C. (2015). Safe havens: implementation of a technical solution to facilitate safe and secure access for health research. Poster session presented at UCISA15, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

Safe havens : implementation of a technical solution to facilitate safe and secure access for health research. / Wilde, Katie; Coutts, Alasdair; Gordon, Sharon; Hall, Stephanie; Black, Corri.

2015. Poster session presented at UCISA15, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

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Wilde, K, Coutts, A, Gordon, S, Hall, S & Black, C 2015, 'Safe havens: implementation of a technical solution to facilitate safe and secure access for health research' UCISA15, Edinburgh, United Kingdom, 18/03/15 - 20/03/15, .
Wilde K, Coutts A, Gordon S, Hall S, Black C. Safe havens: implementation of a technical solution to facilitate safe and secure access for health research. 2015. Poster session presented at UCISA15, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Wilde, Katie ; Coutts, Alasdair ; Gordon, Sharon ; Hall, Stephanie ; Black, Corri. / Safe havens : implementation of a technical solution to facilitate safe and secure access for health research. Poster session presented at UCISA15, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
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