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Seminar
06. - 07. detsember 2004

Population and health data: Why we need it personalised

Keel
Inglise
Kava
December 6

11.00 Opening address. Külvar Mand, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

11.15 Estonia among Nordic and EC countries: the need for quality data. Maarja Mändmaa, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

 

First session: Organisation of birth and death data

Discussant: Kalev Katus, Institute of Demography, Estonia

11.30 Birth and death data in Estonia: why personalised?  Anne Herm, Statistics Estonia

11.50 Population Register and Population Statistics of Statistics Sweden - An Overview. Ingvar Johannesson, Statistics Sweden

12.20 Coffee

12.40 Vital statistics and population registration, Mauri Nieminen, Statistics Finland

13.00 Vital statistics and population registration, Halvard Skiri, Statistics Norway

13.30 Lunch

14.30 Population registration in Denmark, Kristian K. Hansen, National Health Board, Denmark/ or Statistics Denmark

14.50 DISCUSSION

15.50 Coffee

 

Second session: Interrelations between population and health data

Discussant: Katrin Saluvere, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

16.20 Needs for related health and population data; vision for the futureLuule Sakkeus, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

16.40 The Population Registration System of Sweden - Basic Information for Health and Medical Care, Ingegärd Sterbäck, National Tax Board

17.10 The collection and utilisation of health care and social welfare registers in Finland, Mika Gissler, National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health (STAKES)

17. 30 Population and health data organisation in Norway, Jens-Kristian Borgan, Division for Health Statistics, Statistics Norway

 

December 7

09.00 Population and health data organisation in Denmark, Kristian K. Hansen, National Health Board

09.20 DISCUSSION

10.20 Coffee

10.50 The Register System of Statistics Sweden - Registers for Epidemiology and other Research: The Multi-Generation Register, Ingvar Johannesson, Statistics Sweden


Third session: Sensitive health data

Discussant: Maris Jesse, Centre for Politicial Research Praxis

11.20 Ways of handling sensitive data, Arvo Tikk, University of Tartu

11.50 A Finger on the Pulse: National registers of Public Health, Health Care and Social Care and their application in registry research and public health/social reporting, Magnus Stenbeck, National Board of Health and Welfare

12.20 The use of register data in scientific research in Finland, Jari Haukka, National Research and Development Centre for Welfare and Health (STAKES)

12.50 Lunch

13.50 Sensitive health data in Norway, Jens-Kristian Borgan, Division for Health Statistics, Statistics Norway

14.20 Sensitive health data in Denmark, Kristian K. Hansen, National Health Board

14.40 DISCUSSION

15.40 Closing address. Kaja Kuivjõgi, Ministry of Social Affairs, Estonia

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Korraldaja
Tervise Arengu Instituut