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Special Interest Group in Databases for Pharmacoepidemiological Research

Established Aug 2007

Mission Statement

To provide a forum on the use of individual patient databases (medical claims databases, electronic health record databases, and other publicly available cross-sectional and longitudinal-linked patient databases) in pharmacoepidemiological research in order to discuss, develop, and improve methods, approaches, and dissemination of results and to improve the science and transparency of pharmacoepidemiology database research.

Objectives

  • Create publication guidelines for database studies to increase transparency and quality
  • Create an evidence base for confirmed adverse event and disease/condition coding algorithms
  • Discuss and present new methods for database analysis, database linkages, and other database uses for pharmacoepidemiology
  • Educate ISPE members and stakeholders on the strengths and limitations of database research and availability of resources

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SIG leader(s)

Chair Daniel Prieto-Alhambra, UK
Chair-Elect Xiaofeng Zhou, US
Outgoing Chair Matthew Reynolds, US

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