The Queen’s Birthday Honours are designed to celebrate the achievements and service of people across the UK, from all walks of life.
This year’s Honours List, announced on Saturday 12 June, included several of the UK’s health researchers, many of whom have been central to the UK’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic – a resounding endorsement for the importance of sector and its vital role in the last 18 months.
Health Data Research UK is incredibly proud that those honoured include members of our own community, especially our Research Director for Clinical Trials, Sir Martin Landray, co-lead of the RECOVERY Trial.
The recognition demonstrates the positive, real-world impact of using health data at scale in a secure and transparent way can have to enable life-saving research.
The full list of HDR UK Community honoured:
Health Data Research UK’s Better Care programme announces recommendations for developing learning health systems in the UK
30 September 2022
Researchers are calling on policy makers to support the use of data-driven learning health systems to deliver a step change in the NHS's ability to improve patient care.
It’s strength is its breadth – the future of the HDR UK Alumni Community
29 September 2022
The HDR UK Alumni Community offers the chance to join a growing community of present and future health data scientists. James Godwin is the new co-ordinator - here he tells us what he has in mind...