CVD-COVID-UK/COVID-IMPACT

Association of COVID-19 with arterial and venous vascular diseases: a population-wide cohort study of 48 million adults in England and Wales

Understanding COVID-19 trajectories from a nationwide linked electronic health record cohort of 56 million people: phenotypes, severity, waves & vaccination

Twitter thread

Vaccinating adolescents against SARS-CoV-2 in England: a risk–benefit analysis

Twitter thread by Deepti Gurdasani Media coverage: “Giving 12 to 17-year-olds two doses of Pfizer’s Covid vaccine could prevent 4,000 hospitalisations and benefits DO outweigh risks, study claims… but experts criticise ‘limited’ findings”.

NIHR & BHF Data Science Centre Webinar: Data Linkage for COVID-19 Research

A joint webinar hosted by National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) and British Heart Foundation (BHF) Data Science Centre for NIHR supported COVID-19 studies, to highlight how to utilise and access routinely-collected healthcare data via NHS Digital’s Trusted Research Environment, the UK’s largest linked health data research asset.

Evaluation of antithrombotic use and COVID-19 outcomes in a nationwide atrial fibrillation cohort

Vaccinating adolescents in England: a risk-benefit analysis

Twitter thread by Deepti Gurdasani Media coverage: “Why are government experts holding off vaccinating under-16s in the UK?". Deepti Gurdasani. Guardian. 06/08/2021. “Covid-19: All 16 and 17 year olds in the UK to be offered first vaccine dose”.

Characterising COVID-19 related events in a nationwide electronic health records cohort in England

Short presentation of our progress on defining COVID-19 event phenotypes in the NHS-Digital Trusted Research Environment as part of the CVD-COVID-UK Consortium.

Linked electronic health records for research on a nationwide cohort of more than 54 million people in England: data resource

CVD-COVID-UK/COVID-IMPACT

Contributing clinical experience, data wrangling and analytical skills to development of COVID-19 Severity phenotypes from linked EHR data for 54 million patients in England.