We have partnerships with leading healthcare, academic and private sector organisations in all four nations of the UK to collaborate on providing high-quality training and education.

The aim is provide a rich variety of opportunities for everyone who wants to advance their knowledge and skills in health data science – whether they are  new to the field or an expert professional.

One of our newest partnerships is with the Alan Turing Institute’s Data Skills Taskforce. The taskforce has been set up to aid collaboration and sharing of good practice for data science and AI education, in addition to raising awareness of the value of UK data and to identify training gaps in the workforce.

Find out more about the Data Skills Taskforce

Our Training Partnerships

  • AphA (the Association of Professional healthcare analysts) was set up to raise the profile of healthcare analysts and provide them with a much-needed support network. HDR UK and AphA work together to provide information and training opportunities for its members to advance their knowledge and skills.

  • Our partnership with Cambridge Spark lets employees take a 15-month MSc equivalent Level 7 AI and Data Science for Health apprenticeship, while still doing their jobs and earning a wage. For employers it’s a chance to skill up their workforce, making use of the money many of them already pay the government in the Apprenticeships Levy.

  • Longevity medicine is a fast-evolving branch of precision medicine promoting healthspan and lifespan, which is powered by AI technology. It uses novel biomarkers of aging (such as deep aging clocks) to maintain the patient’s biological and psychological age close to its optimal state.

    We have teamed up with Deep Longevity to offer a free online learning via the HDR UK Futures learning platform. The Longevity Medicine Course (LMC) covers the latest advances in biogerontology, geroscience and precision medicine. It is CME accredited and has been put together by a renowned interdisciplinary team.

  • EMBL-EBI deliver world-leading training in bioinformatics and scientific service provision to the research community, empowering scientists at all career stages to make the most of biological data, and strengthening bioinformatics capacity across the globe.

  • The EHDEN Academy offers free online courses on the latest tools, skills and methodologies for working with data to generate real-world evidence. It’s a resource for all who generate and use data and are involved in methodological development and the use of standardised analytical tools, in particular within the OHDSI framework.

    EHDEN offers the chance to:

    • Benefit from free online training developed by the OHDSI and EHDEN community
    • Learn with international experts
    • Discover the latest methods and tools for observational research via the OHDSI framework in your organisation
    • Share and develop ideas with an interdisciplinary group of learners.
  • The GetReal Academy is a fresh initiative from Europe’s GetReal Institute and offers customisable courses exploring current techniques, opportunities and challenges for the use of real-world evidence in medicine development.

    Right now you can take the online, on-demand Real-World Evidence in Medicine Development course. Coming soon is the Structured Benefit–Risk Assessment of Medicinal Products course.

  • Health Education England (HEE) supports the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce has all the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours. HEE is advising HDR UK on its curriculum to ensure it meets the need of an NHS audience as well as collaborating on development of training.

  • HDR UK sits on the Alan Turing Institute’s Data Skills Taskforce, set up to aid collaboration and sharing of good practice for data science and AI education, in addition to raising awareness of the value of UK data and to identify training gaps in the workforce.

  • HDR UK is a key supporter of the NHS Leadership Academy. Together we aim to help everyone in the NHS discover their full leadership potential and achieve the highest standards in health and care.

  • One HealthTech is a global and volunteer-led community that drives equality, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in health innovation. Right now we are working together to create training and learning videos on different aspects of health data research.