Six open-source health information systems you should know about3rd October 2023
We summarise six of the most important open source health information systems.
Sharing best practice with Shiriki: Fjelltopp leads health informatics webinar22nd August 2023
Recently Jonathan was a speaker for a webinar hosted by Shiriki.
How do you maintain CKAN? Top tips for developers1st August 2023
We’ve put together our top CKAN maintenance tips to keep everything running smoothly.
Principle #6 Archive data upon each use19th June 2023
Immutable data archives are essential for transparent evidence-based decision making.
Principle #5 Version Everything19th June 2023
Without version control you risk losing everything. It ensures you have access to old versions of data and metadata.
Principle #4 Validate early & often19th June 2023
Validation builds confidence in your data. It should be automated and happen early in data workflows.
Principle: #3 Automate wherever possible19th June 2023
There are so many reasons to automate data management processes beyond the savings made in time and resources.
Principle #2 Maintain metadata19th June 2023
Metadata is essential for data managed by large teams over long periods. It ensures data is findable and reusable.
Principle #1 Centralise for Security AND Accessibility19th June 2023
Balancing data availability with data security is a real challenge. We provide recommendations on overcoming this.