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#89921

Isabelle
Member

Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
all
>
> We have received communication from the co-chairs of the
RDA/CODATA Epidemiology common standard for surveillance data reporting
WG [1] that, due to insufficient capacity to move forward with their
important work at this time, they have decided to close the group. They
have also cancelled their plenary session Building a standard profile
for reporting surveillance data to prevent and manage epidemics [2].
>
> In order to preserve the interest and expertise gathered to date,
they have invited their members to join the RDA Community of Practice
(CoP) for Infectious Diseases Data [3] with which there may be some
overlap and to attend that Plenary Session. They will share with the CoP
the valuable development work that has been contributed so far in the
event that it is relevant to the goals of the CoP.
>
> I have changed
Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
all
>
> We have received communication from the co-chairs of the
RDA/CODATA Epidemiology common standard for surveillance data reporting
WG [1] that, due to insufficient capacity to move forward with their
important work at this time, they have decided to close the group. They
have also cancelled their plenary session Building a standard profile
Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
all
>
> We have received communication from the co-chairs of the
RDA/CODATA Epidemiology common standard for surveillance data reporting
WG [1] that, due to insufficient capacity to move forward with their
important work at this time, they have decided to close the group. They
have also cancelled their plenary session Building a standard profile
for reporting surveillance data to prevent and manage epidemics [2].
>
> In order to preserve the interest and expertise gathered to date,
they have invited their members to join the RDA Community of Practice
(CoP) for Infectious Diseases Data [3] with which there may be some
overlap and to attend that Plenary Session. They will share with the CoP
the valuable development work that has been contributed so far in the
Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
all
>
> We have received communication from the co-chairs of the
RDA/CODATA Epidemiology common standard for surveillance data reporting
WG [1] that, due to insufficient capacity to move forward with their
important work at this time, they have decided to close the group. They
have also cancelled their plenary session Building a standard profile
for reporting surveillance data to prevent and manage epidemics [2].
>
> In order to preserve the interest and expertise gathered to date,
they have invited their members to join the RDA Community of Practice
(CoP) for Infectious Diseases Data [3] with which there may be some
overlap and to attend that Plenary Session. They will share with the CoP
the valuable development work that has been contributed so far in the
event that it is relevant to the goals of the CoP.
>
> I have changed
Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
all
>
> We have received communication from the co-chairs of the
RDA/CODATA Epidemiology common standard for surveillance data reporting
WG [1] that, due to insufficient capacity to move forward with their
important work at this time, they have decided to close the group. They
have also cancelled their plenary session Building a standard profile
for reporting surveillance data to prevent and manage epidemics [2].
>
> In order to preserve the interest and expertise gathered to date,
they have invited their members to join the RDA Community of Practice
(CoP) for Infectious Diseases Data [3] with which there may be some
overlap and to attend that Plenary Session. They will share with the CoP
the valuable development work that has been contributed so far in the
event that it is relevant to the goals of the CoP.
>
> I have changed
their status to withdrawn.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Best wishes
>
>
Dear Bridget,
Thanks for the news. I am surprised, since
Epidemiology, which concerns all the health disciplines (statistics
concerning all kind of health data) is a much larger community than
Infectious data. This means that there is a biais and i wonder why
people in the CoP would be less busy….
We should be careful from now
on that the CoPs do not become communicating vessels to the detriment of
other types of groups….
Regards
Isabelle
Le 2021-03-19 06:40,
Bridget Walker via RDA Technical Advisory Board (TAB) a écrit :
> Dear
all
>
> We have received communication from the co-chairs of the
RDA/CODATA Epidemiology common standard for surveillance data reporting
WG [1] that, due to insufficient capacity to move forward with their
important work at this time, they have decided to close the group. They
have also cancelled their plenary session Building a standard profile
for reporting surveillance data to prevent and manage epidemics [2].
>
> In order to preserve the interest and expertise gathered to date,
they have invited their members to join the RDA Community of Practice
(CoP) for Infectious Diseases Data [3] with which there may be some
overlap and to attend that Plenary Session. They will share with the CoP
the valuable development work that has been contributed so far in the
event that it is relevant to the goals of the CoP.
>
> I have changed
their status to withdrawn.
>
> Thank you,
>
> Best wishes
>
>
Bridget
>
> Bridget Walker
>
> Office Manager
>
> Research Data