Tuesday, October 20, 2020
(Conferences / Seminars / Lectures)
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Carsten Oliver Schmidt will be speaking, from the Institute of Community Medicine, University Medicine of Greifswald.
The title is "Harmonized Data Quality Reporting Made Accessible."
The abstract is as follows:
Data quality reporting is frequently intransparent in current research practice. This impairs reproducible research. One of the many contributing factors to this situation is uncertainty (1) on how to set up data appropriately for data quality assessments, and (2) on how to efficiently conduct such assessments. This talk will first provide a definition of data quality and illustrate the impossibility of any static approach to assess data quality. Second, an overview will be given on selected data quality frameworks of relevance in the medical sciences to illustrate the complexity of comprehensive data quality assessments. Finally, tools (R, Stata) will be presented that enable efficient data quality assessments to promote harmonized data quality reporting.