Farr Scotland

The Farr Institute @ Scotland is a collaboration between six Scottish Universities and NHS National Services Scotland. The aim is to both improve the health of the Scottish population and place Scotland as a global leader in health informatics research.

We bring together researchers and analysts from many disciplines together so that we can capitalise on existing resources and expertise, and create a much better environment for working together. This is backed by a network across Scotland, and link into the wider Farr UK Network.

People

Professor Jill Pell
Director

Prof Corri Black
Deputy Director

Dr Lucy McCloughan 
Scientific Development Officer

Sabine Kurz
Communications and Events Assistant


Our work

Case studies highlighting our researchers’ work

Public Engagement
The public engagement workstream of The Farr Institute @ Scotland is conducting a programme of public engagement activities in order to raise awareness of the ways that researchers use data and the types of research that are conducted, whilst also finding out what people think about this and feeding back public views into decision-making processes within Farr Scotland and the wider UK Farr community.

You can read more about our public engagement on the following pages:

Public Engagement and Involvement
Public Panels
Case studies: 100 Ways of Using Data to Make Lives Better
Get Involved

If you would like to know more about our public engagement activities or are interested in participating in future events, please contact Dr Mhairi Aitken.


Contact

Our mailing address is:

The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research
The University of Edinburgh
Nine Edinburgh BioQuarter
9 Little France Road
Edinburgh
EH16 4UX

E: farrscotland@ed.ac.uk
T: 0131 651 7876
@FarrScotland

 



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