Graeme Wilson

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We report upon the development of sif (for service-oriented interoperability framework), a platform that has been developed to support the secure aggregation of medical data from disparate sources. By taking a data-agnostic approach to data access and transfer, sif provides a generic interface to data sources, which allows the current version to expose data(More)
The aggregation of data from disparate sources offers clear benefits for healthcare researchers and practitioners. Such aggregation, however, must satisfy ethical, legal and social requirements: data ownership must be respected; patient privacy must not be compromised; data storage and transfer must be secure; etc. In this paper we describe the query(More)
Training the Trainers of Tomorrow Today (T4) is a new way to deliver "Training for Trainers". Responding to local dissatisfaction with existing arrangements, T4 builds on 3 essential requirements for a future shape of training: 1. Clinical Leadership and a Collaborative Approach 2. Cross-Specialty Design and Participation 3. Local Delivery and Governance(More)
Com-BI-ne: preliminary results of a feasibility trial of brief intervention to improve alcohol consumption and comorbid outcomes in hypertensive or depressed primary care patients Health outcomes are key to patients and clinicians, but trials of alcohol brief intervention (BI) tend to focus on behavioral outcomes, while those finding positive effects on(More)
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