National-level experiences of pathogen-related data sharing in pandemic times and beyond

25 November 2022

BY-COVID Event

All are welcome to an open meeting to exchange national experiences on data sharing during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Meeting aims:

  • Exchange national experiences (technology and policy aspects) on data sharing during the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Learn about ongoing projects in relation to COVID-19 and other pathogen data sharing/genomic surveillance
  • Create a community for knowledge exchange/solving bottlenecks across sectors, e.g., social sciences, molecular life sciences, clinical and epidemiological sciences, hospitals and across country borders

Target audience:

  • People working on technical aspects of COVID-19 (and other pathogen) data sharing and surveillance at the national level
  • People working on policies concerning COVID-19 (and other pathogen) data sharing and surveillance at the national level
  • People involved in consortia and projects focused on international and national COVID-19 (and other pathogens) data sharing and surveillance
  • People interested in national/international pandemic preparedness strategies

Agenda:

Introduction and welcome - Katharina Lauer (ELIXIR)
Update from the COVID-19 data platform - Nadim Rahman (EBI)
Presentation 1 - Dr Bonnie Wolff-Boenisch (Director, Consortium of European Social Science Data Archives, CESSDA ERIC) and Helena Laaksonen (Director of the Finnish Social Science Data Archive, FSD): Importance of socio economic data when responding to a health emergency
Presentation 2 - Prof. Axel Boersch Suppan (Director, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging and Coordinator, Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe SHARE ERIC): Understanding non-intended consequences of epidemic control decisions to contain the pandemic
Presentation 3 - Gabriele Rinck, Reconciliation of Cohort data in Infectious Diseases [ReCoDID](https://recodid.eu/): facilitating data and sample sharing between infectious disease cohort studies
Presentation 4 - Oliver Morgan(Director, WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence): Supporting countries, regional and global actors to address future pandemic and epidemic risks
Break
Roundtable - Informal sharing of national-level practical experiences in COVID-19 and other pathogen data sharing
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