Standardized Data: The OMOP Common Data Model
The Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership (OMOP) Common Data Model (CDM) is an open community data standard, designed to standardize the structure and content of observational data and to enable efficient analyses that can produce reliable evidence

OMOP Training Needs Survey
Health Data Research UK have identified a need for OMOP training in a UK context. To better understand the specifics of what is required we have developed a brief survey.

We would value your input as a key stakeholder in to how we can best meet that training need. We are keen to complement what training already exists and to avoid overlap. We would also be delighted to partner with others to achieve this goal. One of our key principles is to signpost to other training providers where training already exists and we would appreciate your input on this.

We would be very grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete the survey. Your input is crucial in shaping our training initiatives.

We wish to understand where there is the greatest need for OMOP training. Please provide any suggestions you have for the most important training objectives, audiences (e.g. researchers, analysts, data custodians etc), levels (e.g. no prior experience, some prior experience, experienced) and sectors (e.g. NHS, industry, academia) requiring training.

Complete the survey

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