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Applying A Common Data Model to Asian Databases

Take some time to review this article: CDM to improves pharmacovigilance and pharmacoepidemiology systems

We have talked about how data networks can be applied in week 3. In this study, the research group proposed a project to enrich the CDM database. They converted data from different medical organizations from Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, and the U.S.

The goal of this network is to study the effectiveness and safety of medications commonly used in Asia using databases from individual Asian countries. Find out the difficulties and why it is important.

There are two other research for your reference to see more evidence-based research.

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