Events

May
16
Wed
10-year symposium of SIMSAM 16th May 2018, ‘The future of Swedish register-based research’ @ Eugeniahemmet, KS Solna
May 16 @ 09:00 – 17:20

By the end of 2018 the Swedish Initiative for Research on Microdata in the Social And Medical Sciences (SIMSAM), funded by the Swedish Research Council, has been active for 10 years. This will be acknowledged by a free open national one-day symposium in Stockholm 16 May reflecting on how the achievements and experiences of SIMSAM and other parties engaged in register-based research can help develop register-based research in Sweden in the future.

In addition to SIMSAM presentations, challenges and possibilities related to register-based research will be highlighted by members of the scientific advisory board of SIMSAM and by representatives of the National Board of Health and Welfare, Statistics Sweden and the Swedish National Data Service.

There will be poster sessions during lunch and coffee breaks and during the mingle after the last session. Scientists who want to present their research via a poster are to include the poster title upon registeration. Poster size: 80 x 120 cm (width x height).

Link to program

Registration deadline – 25 April 2018

To register please send an e-mail to erik.carlsson@sociology.su.se no later than Wednesday 25 April including the following information:
Name, affiliation, title of poster (if you want to present a poster at the meeting) and any dietary restrictions.

Anyone with an interest in register-based research is warmly invited to attend this inspiring event, which will take place Wednesday 16 May (9.00-17.20) at Karolinska University Hospital in Solna (Eugeniahemmet). The symposium is jointly arranged by the SIMSAM nodes SUNDEM at Stockholm University and SIMSAM UGIR at Karolinska Institutet.

Steering group meeting @ Q-huset, KS, Stockholm
May 16 @ 17:30 – 18:30

The national SIMSAM steering group will together with the Scientific Advisory board convene for a meeting 15 May 2018, 5.30-6.30 p.m. in room "Ronja" in Q-huset at the Karolinska University Hospital, in Stockholm. Participation is based on invitation.