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OHDSI Kicks Off International Collaborative Effort to Generate Real-World Evidence on COVID-19 with Virtual Study-a-thon Event

The Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics (OHDSI) international community will host a COVID-19 virtual

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OHDSI is running a virtual study-a-thon on COVID-19, March 26th to 29th.

After the cancellation of the EU OHDSI symposium, scheduled at the end of this month,

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EU OHDSI 2020 Symposium cancelled!

We regret to inform you that the 2020 European OHDSI Symposium “Form data to impact:

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The summary report of our foundational year is now available!

We are excited and proud of EHDEN’s progress in year one, and on behalf of

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Second high-impact paper published based on the results of OHDSI’s LEGEND study!

According to a recent OHDSI paper, chlorthalidone, the guideline-recommended diuretic for lowering blood pressure, causes

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The EHDEN Consortium launches a second open call for SMEs.

The ambitions of the EHDEN project are high. We aim to standardise more than 100

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European Medicines Agency is an important partner in generating real world evidence.

Europe’s lead regulatory authority is very active in working with real work data (RWD) in

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The 2nd EHDEN & OHDSI Studyathon on Rheumatoid Arthritis

Between January 13 and 17, approximately 40 people of all disciplines, from clinical to academic

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Launch of the EHDEN Service Provider Directory

At the end of 2019, EHDEN launched the EHDEN ‘Directory of Service Providers’. EHDEN’s main

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Results of the first EHDEN open call for data partners

The EHDEN consortium is pleased to announce that a total of 20 data partners have

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Meet the EHDEN partners – José Luis Oliveira

José Luis Oliveira Associate Professor in Computer Science DETI/IEETA, University of Aveiro (PT) Introduce yourself

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IMI/BD4BO Collaboration at BioDataWorld 2019

On 4-5 December, one of the year’s major real-world data events took place again in

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