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The goal of this session is to answer your questions regarding how researchers, students and data partners can engage with HDNS and take advantage of all they have to offer. In this seminar we will provide an overview of the data services available at Health Data Nova Scotia (HDNS). This will include information about the data available at HDNS, how to submit a data access request, what happens after a data request is approved and more. We will also discuss the data access process when applying for data from multiple provinces at once.

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Hosted by Katelyn Frizzell, Research Data Navigator, Maritime SPOR SUPPORT Unit, Health Data Nova Scotia

Katelyn works with the team at Health Data Nova Scotia (HDNS) to support researchers through the data access process, provides navigation for databases, and coordinates among researchers, analysts, and data access committees. Katelyn has been involved with research for more than 10 years. Before her current role, she worked as a research assistant in the animal welfare field, mostly studying laying hens, and in muscle biochemistry research. Katelyn holds a Bachelor of Science in Agriculture (Honours) from Dalhousie University and a Master of Science in Physical Education and Recreation from the University of Alberta.

Lunch and Learn: Data Services at HDNS