LAISDAR gathers 6 partners together into a collaborative research where each one brings specific expertise. The uniqueness of the consortium stands in gathering together both academics experts in data sciences and e-Health, academic centres of excellence, government agency (Ministry of Health/ Rwanda biomedical centre), hospitals, healthcare professionals, private SMEs (RASD Rwanda) active in innovation in data management/sharing and community outreach.
The project will adopt a governance model that will promote the active participation of all involved stakeholders, including both academia and health facilities, national COVID-19 testing sites and other interested in using data to generate evidences. The consortium will be a challenging project to manage due to its size, its ambition, the variety of activities and their interdependencies. For this purpose, we foresee setting up a dedicated project management office (PMO), and a permanent research officer.
The consortium will establish a Work Package Leaders (WPLs) monitoring meetings to evaluate the project progress and to ensure alignment, scientific coherence and coordination across WPs. The consortium will establish a Work Package Leaders (WPLs) monitoring meetings to evaluate the project progress and to ensure alignment, scientific coherence and coordination across WPs
Work Package Title
Data harmonization framework
Common Interface for data access, querying and analytic including AI techniques and OHDSI tools
Ethics, data privacy and data related legal issues
Framework of data analytics
Dissemination, Exploitation and Communication
*With sub-grant to Edence Health N.V (Belgium) company as IT and technical infrastructures expert