Capacity building in technology-driven innovation in healthcare
Start date01 January 2019
End date31 July 2020
The proposed transnational research is aimed to develop best practice guidance, methods, tools, processes and capacity to generate timely evidence and decision support capability for driving innovations that improve the national vaccination status. The project further aims to explore the use of data analytics in vaccine evidence generation and acceleration of coverage and associated health benefits, seeking close collaborations with all major stakeholders, including national and international regulators and public health institutes.
Surrey Business School (SBS)
Professor Simon de Lusignan
Professor of Primary Care and Clinical Informatics, and Vice Chancellor's FellowSee profile