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Title: A Co-operative Clinical E-Science Framework (CLEF): joining up healthcare and clinical research
Authors: Taweel, Adel
Singleton, Peter
Gaizauskas, Rob
Keywords: Medical informatics
Diffusion of innovations
Medical records - DigitizationThe CLEF project aims to establish a secure socio-technical framework that enables sharing patient data for the purposes of research whilst maintaining patient privacy and confidentiality. The value of shared data is increased by integrating, within a secure repository, both existing structured information (lab reports etc) with information extracted from texts (clinic letters), and using clinical inferencing and filtering techniques to derive a canonical view of the record called the ‘chronicle’. Statistical disclosure control and Language generation technologies are used to simplify and control access to this complex resource
Issue Date: 2004
Abstract: The CLEF project aims to establish a secure socio-technical framework that enables sharing patient data for the purposes of research whilst maintaining patient privacy and confidentiality. The value of shared data is increased by integrating, within a secure repository, both existing structured information (lab reports etc) with information extracted from texts (clinic letters), and using clinical inferencing and filtering techniques to derive a canonical view of the record called the ‘chronicle’. Statistical disclosure control and Language generation technologies are used to simplify and control access to this complex resource
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11889/4144
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