LIDA Seminar Series

LIDA Seminar Series

IMPORTANT UPDATE: For the foreseeable future all LIDA Seminars will be delivered digitally. There will not be the opportunity to present or attend the seminars in person until further notice.

Resources permitting, we will aim to deliver digitally recorded seminar presentations as per the current seminar schedule, although this may not always be possible.

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Seminars are free and open for all to attend. No prior booking is required.

Each presentation will be followed by a short Q&A session.

Upcoming Seminars

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22nd April 2021

LIDA Seminar

The recordings of these presentations will be available shortly after the seminar has taken place.

 

This seminar will kick-off with Dr Kate Pickett, who will introduce her work on “Born in Bradford” and the importance of the intern’s analytic contributions to tackling the major societal issues affecting us as we emerge from the pandemic.

Presentation 1:Spatial Analysis of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bradford Metropolitan District

By: Harry Tata

Presentation 2: Exploring ethnicity as a predictor of low birthweight in the Bradford Better Start area

By: Alex Dalton

Presentation 3: Analysing and building cohorts in the OMOP common data model

By: James Lazarus

Presentation 4: Children’s Urgent Care Provided in the Right Place Every Time

By: Sam Relins

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6th May 2021

LIDA Seminar

The recordings of these presentations will be available shortly after the seminar has taken place.

 

Presentation 1: Healthy Choices, Healthy Lives –The Local Food Environment of Holme Wood, Bradford

By: Tom Albone

Presentation 2: tbc

By: Paul Truman

Presentation 3: Holme Wood, a mental health ill health epidemic and COVID-19

By: Maike Gatzlaff

Presentation 4: Local Data Spaces Project with ONS and ADR UK

By: Simon Leech

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20th May 2021

LIDA Seminar

The recordings of these presentations will be available shortly after the seminar has taken place.

 

– 12:00-12.10: Chair Introduction by Nik Lomax 

– 12:10-12.20: Roger Beecham paper discussion 

– 12:20-12.45: Layik Lama demo of the TGVE 

– 12:45-1300: Q&A 

 

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Previous Seminars

LIDA Seminar Series 8th April 2021

 

Presentation 1:

A Scalable Open-Source Interactive Cancer Analytics Web Application for Routinely Collected Data

By: Millie Wagstaff

Presentation 2: tbc

By:Ben Cooper

Presentation 3: Isolation and Exclusion in a Post-Social Distancing Covid World

By: Rosalind Martin

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LIDA Seminar Series 25th March 2021

 

Presentation 1: Geographic representativeness: Cuebiq smartphone mobility data

By: George Breckenridge

Presentation 2: New insights into workplace and retail dynamics for English and Welsh cities

By: Seb Heslin-Rees

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LIDA Seminar Series 11th March 2021

 

Presentation 1: To be, or not to be, DesDevOps Agile

By: Natalie Nelissen

Presentation 2: Cross-sectional analysis to explore the awareness, attitudes and actions of UK adults at high risk of severe illness from COVID-19

By: Dr Stuart Flint

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LIDA Seminar Series 25th February 2021

 

Presentation 1: Healthy Choices, Healthy Lives – Mapping the accessibility of food outlets in Holme Wood

By: Tom Albone

Presentation 2: Mental ill health epidemic: assessing the impact of poor mental health on individuals, the community and services

By: Maike Gatzlaff

Presentation 3: Spatial Analysis of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Bradford Metropolitan District

By: Harry Tata

 

 

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LIDA Seminar Series 11th February 2021

 

Presentation 1: Children’s Urgent Care Provided in the Right Place Every Time

By: Sam Relins

Presentation 2: Exploring the predictors of low birthweight between pre-austerity and austerity periods in the Bradford Better Start area.

By: Alex Dalton

Presentation 3: Analysing and building cohorts in the OMOP common data model.

By: James Lazarus

 

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LIDA Seminar Series 28th January 2021

 

Presentation 1: A Scalable Open-Source Interactive Cancer Analytics Web Application for Routinely-collected Data

By: Millie Wagstaff

Presentation 2: Modelling Uncertainty in the Risk of Intensive Care Unit Readmission

By: Ben Cooper

Presentation 3: Isolation and Inclusion in a Post-social Distancing COVID world

By: Rosalind Martin

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LIDA Seminar Series 14th January 2021

Presentation 1: Analysing COVID-19 Mobility Responses through Passively Collected App Data

By: George Breckenridge

Presentation 2: Analysing COVID-19 Mobility Responses through Passively Collected App Data

By: Stuart Ross

Presentation 3: New insights into workplace and retail dynamics for English and Welsh cities

By: Sebastian Heslin-Rees

Presentation 4: Local Data Spaces Capability Support with ONS and ADR UK

By: Simon Leech

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