COVID-19 trajectories among 57 million adults in England: a cohort study using electronic health records

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BHF Data Science Centre Research Showcase: Phenotyping COVID-19: Insights from linked data for 56 million individuals

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

❗ Now published in The Lancet Digital Health Johan H Thygesen, Chris Tomlinson, Sam Hollings, Mehrdad Mizani, Alex Handy, Ashley Akbari, Amitava Banerjee, Jennifer Cooper, Alvina Lai, Ken Li, Bilal Mateen, Naveed Sattar, Reecha Sofat, Ana Torralbo, Honghan Wu, Angela Wood, Jonathan A C Sterne, Christina Pagel, William Whiteley, Cathie Sudlow, Harry Hemingway, Spiros Denaxas, on behalf of the CVD-COVID-UK Consortium (2022).

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.

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.


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.