Alleviate Director, Dr Christian Cole, attended the British Pain Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting in Glasgow on Tuesday and presented our poster titled – The Alleviate Advanced Pain Discovery Platform Data Hub.
Alleviate Director, Dr Christian Cole, attended the British Pain Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting in a sunny Glasgow on Tuesday.
Chris was there presenting our poster titled – The Alleviate Advanced Pain Discovery Platform Data Hub (available here) to the conference attendees. This poster highlights the valuable Public and Patient Involvement group we have built and the benefits, such as Data Mapping and Data Discovery, our Hub can provide to Pain researchers.
Alleviate is The Advanced Pain Discovery Platform (APDP) Data Hub. It is one of nine Health Data Research UK national data hubs and will transform UK pain datasets to be Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable (FAIR) and is providing expert data engineering, to enhance responsible, timely and trustworthy analysis by researchers and innovators, with the aim to improve lives. The Alleviate Data Hub is part of the £23 million Advanced Pain Discovery Platform consortium funded by UKRI Strategic Priorities Fund and Versus Arthritis, with additional support from Eli Lilly and the Medical Research Foundation. The APDP and Alleviate projects were developed and run with the support of people with lived experience of pain. Their voice is at the core of improving research data access to accelerate advances in research which will ultimately improve patient outcomes.
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