IASSIST Professional Developement Committee organizes and hosts IASSIST Community Webinars. Webinars are free to attend, but a registration is required. IASSIST members will be the first ones to get the information on future webinars. Webinars usually last about 45-60 minutes. Some of the topics have for example been data visualization, qualitative analysis tools, and data curation.
Webinars will be recorded and made available on the IASSIST YouTube Channel.
Accessing linked health data in a COVID-world: What’s the state of play?
This webinar organized by the IASSIST professional development committee on 6/4 at 11:30 am (EDT).
- Richard Welpton, The Health Foundation
- Deborah Wiltshire, UK Data Archive
- Sarah Young, Carnegie Mellon
- Eimmy Solis, University of Southern California
The COVID-19 situation has understandably instigated a vast effort to research and analyse the effects of this virus on healthcare systems in the short-term; longer-term initiatives will seek to examine the wider effects on society. The availability of data, both health-specific, and linked to social science data, is challenging and reflects the issues with accessing and using health data that many researchers have experienced in the past. Sadly, we have been unable to meet in person at IASSIST 2020 in Gothenburg: but instead, we are organising a seminar to invite interested IASSIST members who support researchers seeking access to health and linked health data to come and share their experiences of accessing health data generally; and in particular, how they are supporting researchers with access to data about COVID-19.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Newest webinar recordings
- Free Qualitative Data Analysis with Taguette and qcoder! an IASSIST webinar (Beth Duckles, Vicky Steeves)
- Dueling CAQDAS Using Atlas ti and NVivo for Qualitative Data Analysis (Florio Arguillas, Mandy Swygart-Hobaugh)
- Data Visualization Beyond Tools Principles and Approaches (Justin Joque)
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