‘Nowcasting’: New Modelling Shows Australian Cases Declining, but We Can’t Relax Yet

This blog is part of a series relating to the economic and social impacts of the COVID-19, novel coronavirus outbreak of 2020.  Nowcasting, a portmanteau of “now” and “forecasting”, is a method of very short-range forecasting that uses recent data to determine the present and near future and, in some disciplines, the very recent past. … Continue reading ‘Nowcasting’: New Modelling Shows Australian Cases Declining, but We Can’t Relax Yet

The Real Cost of Accessing Linked Health Data: A Case Study

This blog was originally featured as a guest post on the blog for Flying Blind Volume 2: Australian Researchers and Digital Health: https://flyingblind.cmcrc.com/researchers/ethics-quagmire-case-studies Overview The value of linking health data for research purposes is well documented. However, the process of applying for linked health data for research is a time consuming and demanding exercise. The … Continue reading The Real Cost of Accessing Linked Health Data: A Case Study