The power of using linked routinely collected data for research and issues of security and privacy

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHealth Informatics for the Curious
Subtitle of host publicationWhy Study Health Informatics?
EditorsKishor Vaidya
Chapter5
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 2015

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Jefferson, E. (2015). The power of using linked routinely collected data for research and issues of security and privacy. In K. Vaidya (Ed.), Health Informatics for the Curious: Why Study Health Informatics? (1 ed.)
Jefferson, Emily. / The power of using linked routinely collected data for research and issues of security and privacy. Health Informatics for the Curious: Why Study Health Informatics? . editor / Kishor Vaidya. 1. ed. 2015.
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