As part of this we are advising the Strategic Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) on the most important health data research questions to prioritise.

You can download and view our weekly reports to SAGE below.

SAGE report – 13 October 2020

SAGE report – 29 September 2020

SAGE report – 15 September 2020

SAGE report – 02 September 2020

SAGE report – 18 August 2020

SAGE report – 04 August 2020

SAGE report – 21 July 2020

SAGE report – 07 July 2020

SAGE report – 23 June 2020

SAGE report – 09 June 2020

SAGE report – 02 June 2020

SAGE report – 27 May 2020

SAGE report – 19 May 2020

SAGE report – 12 May 2020

SAGE report – 5 May 2020

SAGE report – 28 April 2020

SAGE report – 21 April 2020

To achieve this we have teamed up with NHS Digital, the UK Health Data Research Alliance, NHS national data custodians in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, national providers of specialist cardiovascular data and The British Heart Foundation to provide:

  • a process to streamline and prioritise the most important health data research questions
  • an approach to link data
  • provide access to secure analytical environments for researchers to answer these questions to improve understanding and treatment of coronavirus.

Initial paper to SAGE – 15 April 2020

This will enable progress on the most important health data research initiatives – those that aim to deliver the quickest benefits to the health of people across the UK – to be reported to the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE).

As well as questions from policymakers and researchers, we are keen to encourage health data research questions based on experience and observations from front-line clinicians working with patients affected by COVID-19.  If you have a research question that requires health data, please submit it via our online form and our expert review group will consider this in our weekly process.