The Observatory for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to COVID-19 (OMDDAC) is a collaboration between Northumbria University & the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), funded by AHRC.
OMDDAC researches data-driven approaches to Covid-19, focused upon legal, ethical, policy and operational challenges.
OMDDAC will analyse key data-driven responses to Covid-19 and collate lessons learned throughout the pandemic by way of stakeholder interviews, case study analysis, representative public surveys and practitioner-focussed guidelines.
In Part 2 of our blog series that explores OMDDAC’s public perceptions survey data, we report on some initial patterns in the answers to our questions about what kind of Medical data and Mobility data our participants would be willing to share.
- Part 2: Public willingness to share data – Data Detail Initial Insights 29 July 2021 | Selina Sutton
- NEW PUBLICATION: ‘Observing Data-Driven Approaches to Covid-19: Reflections from a Distributed, Remote, Interdisciplinary Research Project’ 13 July 2021 | OMDDAC
- Part 1: Public willingness to share data – OMDDAC’s initial findings 30 June 2021 | Selina Sutton
- ‘Initial Lessons from the Government’s Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic’ – OMDDAC Submits Evidence to Public Accounts Committee Inquiry 4 June 2021 | OMDDAC
- Data-Driven Pandemic Policy, Public Health and Policing: Snapshot Report Launch 19 May 2021 | OMDDAC