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2019

May

April

March

joint webinar between ARDC and Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA)

This webinar is part 2 in a series of 4.

  • Introduction - Professor Andrew Forbes, School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Monash University
  • Serial re-randomisation designs - Professor David Paterson, UQ Centre for Clinical Research
  • SOCRATES: Standard Of Care RAndomised Trials to Enhance the Science of Medicine - Professor John Simes, Senior Principal Research Fellow and Director of the NHMRC-CTC

Recording - ACTA YouTube Chanel

This webinar was run in conjunction with EMBL-ABR.

New opportunities for clinical bioinformatics in GenoVic
- presented by Dr Natalie Thorne, Melbourne Genomics Health Alliance

 

The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) and the Population Health Research Network (PHRN) have developed this series of webinars to:
- Introduce clinical trial researchers to the PHRN facilities and services available
- Demonstrate the benefits of using linked data in clinical trials research
- Assist clinical trial researchers to design clinical trials using linked data and apply for access to linked data

We gratefully acknowledge support from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) in delivering this project to you.

This webinar is part 3 in a series of 4.

  • Ethical considerations in using Linked Data - Dr Felicity Flack. Recording

April topic: Research in the Cloud: Advanced Services

The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) and the Population Health Research Network (PHRN) have developed this series of webinars to:
- Introduce clinical trial researchers to the PHRN facilities and services available
- Demonstrate the benefits of using linked data in clinical trials research
- Assist clinical trial researchers to design clinical trials using linked data and apply for access to linked data

We gratefully acknowledge support from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) in delivering this project to you.

This webinar is part 1 in a series of 4.

  • Designing Clinical Trials using linked data - Dr Anna Kemp-Casey. Recording

The ARDC Data and Services theme have opened applications for funding under the ARDC's Discovery Activities program. Details on the open call and how you can apply can be found the Data and Services project page.

Presenters:

Presented by professor Shaun Treweek, University of Aberdeen

The ARDC Data and Services theme have opened applications for funding under the ARDC's Discovery Activities program. Details on the open call and how you can apply can be found the Storage and Infrastructure project page.

March topic: Information and Data Quality - US and Aust

Presentations:

  • Latest enhancements to the ARDC Vocabulary Services - Joel Benn (ARDC) and Richard Walker (ARDC)
  • Linking together functional classifications of government organisations with different descriptions of Australian government organisations - Members of the Longitudinal Spine of Government Functions project

Resources:

Resources:

About the Australian research software interest group

This webinar was run in conjunction with EMBL-ABR.

Nextflow: Scalable, Sharable and Reproducible Computational Workflows across Clouds and Clusters

- presented by Radoslaw Suchecki

Towards a common approach to versioning data: progress through the RD-A Data Versioning Working Group

- presenters: Dr Lesley Wyborn (NCI), Mingfang Wu (ARDC), Gerry Ryder (ARDC)

The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) and the Population Health Research Network (PHRN) have developed this series of webinars to:
- Introduce clinical trial researchers to the PHRN facilities and services available
- Demonstrate the benefits of using linked data in clinical trials research
- Assist clinical trial researchers to design clinical trials using linked data and apply for access to linked data

We gratefully acknowledge support from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) in delivering this project to you.

This webinar is part 1 in a series of 4.

  • Designing Clinical Trials using linked data - Dr Felicity Flack. Recording

The Australian Clinical Trials Alliance (ACTA) and the Population Health Research Network (PHRN) have developed this series of webinars to:
- Introduce clinical trial researchers to the PHRN facilities and services available
- Demonstrate the benefits of using linked data in clinical trials research
- Assist clinical trial researchers to design clinical trials using linked data and apply for access to linked data

We gratefully acknowledge support from the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) in delivering this project to you.

This webinar is part 2 in a series of 4.

  • Accessing linked data - Dr Felicity Flack. Recording

February

The Carpentries: Teaching data science skills to researchers and people working in library and information-related roles worldwide
- Presented by: Chris Erdmann, Library Carpentry Community and Development Director at The Carpentries and the California Digital Library.

This webinar was run in conjunction with EMBL-ABR.

Snakemake: Reproducible and Scalable Bioinformatic Workflows
- presented by Nathan Watson-haigh

Workshop at the iDCC conference in Melbourne

Presented by Natasha Simons (ARDC), and John Chodocki (California Digital Library)

  • Slides

Building data savvy data stewards:nail the skills you need! Workshops held in:

  • Perth, 11 Feb
  • Brisbane, 14 Feb
  • Sydney, 15 Feb

 

2018

December

State based consultations took place:

  • New South Wales - 22 Nov
  • Australian Capital Territory - 23 Nov
  • Victoria - 27 Nov
  • Tasmania - 28 Nov
  • Queensland - 3 Dec
  • South Australia - 5 Dec
  • Western Australia - 6 Dec

Materials, video recordings, poll outcomes and other information can be found below:

General Discussions

Videos

Summary documents

Summary of feedback received online

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