OMDDAC Practitioner Guidelines

Rachel Allsopp, Claire Bessant, Sneha Dawda, Keith Ditcham, Charlotte Emmett, Matthew Higgs, Ardi Janjeva, Guangquan Li, Selina Sutton, Mark Warner, Marion Oswald*

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Abstract

These practitioner guidelines are presented by the AHRC-funded ‘Observatory
for Monitoring Data-Driven Approaches to COVID-19’ (OMDDAC) project.
OMDDAC is a collaboration between Northumbria University and the Royal
United Services Institute (RUSI), researching the data-driven approaches to
COVID-19, with a focus upon legal, ethical, policy and operational challenges.
OMDDAC has analysed key data-driven responses to COVID-19, collating
lessons learned in ‘real-time’ throughout the pandemic by way of
representative public surveys, case study analysis and interviews with key
stakeholders from a range of sectors (including local and central government,
regulators, law enforcement, the medical and legal profession, charities and
the third sector, the private sector, and an interdisciplinary range of
academics). These practitioner guidelines have been informed by our
research findings.
The guidelines are relevant specifically to practitioners who work with data in
the health and social care sector and in the law enforcement sector.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherOMDDAC
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 12 Oct 2021

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