Advancing Health Research Through Data Sharing

Join this national symposium on health research data sharing – in person in Sydney or online.
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About the Event

As part of the ARDC’s Health Studies Australian National Data Asset (HeSANDA) program, project teams from around Australia are pleased to present this national research symposium on “Advancing Health Research Through Data Sharing”.


Topics of this symposium will include:

  • Beyond Open Data: Embracing Fair Data Sharing Principles“, presented by Matthias Liffers, ARDC
  • Unlocking Data for Secondary Research: Impacts on Future Research and Health Outcomes“, presented by Professor Douglas Boyle, University of Melbourne
  • Case Study: Shared Benefits in Research (Provider and User Perspectives)“, presented by Professor Alison Yung, Deakin University
  • Health Data Australia showcase by Dr Rhys Williams, ARDC
  • Your Data Sharing Questions Answered“, a panel discussion with health research data experts, researchers and industry leaders.

Who Should Attend

  • Researchers
  • Data custodians
  • Clinical trialists
  • Anyone interested in how to maximise the potential of health research data


This symposium is held online and in person as part of the Australian Leukemia and Lymphoma Group AGM in Sydney.

  • To join online, register via this page.
  • To join in person, regsiter by 2:30 pm (AEDT), Friday 20 October via this page. Numbers for in-person attendance are strictly limited.