The European Health Data Space (EHDS) is an initiative launched by the European Commission. The purpose is to create an IT infrastructure making it possible to share and use health data for research, healthcare, and innovation across the EU.
CONNECT is one of the Danish contributors to the EHDS2 Pilot together with the Danish Health Data Authority. In the pilot project, 17 collaborators from across the EU will build a test version of the EHDS.
DCE is a long-time member of the European Network of Centres for Pharmacoepidemiology and Pharmacovigilance (ENCePP), launched by the EMA. The network aims to strengthen the monitoring of post-marketed medical products in Europe.
DCE represented academia in the ENCePP Steering Group in the 2017-2019 term and continues to actively participate by contributing to several working groups developing methodological guidelines for pharmacoepidemiology and pharmacovigilance.
Since 2006, DCE has been a member of the International Clinical Epidemiology Network (INCLEN). INCLEN is a non-profit organisation, which seeks to increase the knowledge of clinical epidemiology among clinicians and other researchers to help improve the health of people in the developing world.
DCE is a certified Clinical Epidemiology Research Training Centre within INCLEN and frequently hosts researchers from other partners of the network.
DCE is one of ten consortium partners from six different European countries with experience in the field of real-world data analyses. Real4Reg aims to promote the use of real-world data (national healthcare registers and claims data) to support the regulatory decisions about medicines.
The SIGMA Consortium is an alliance of European research centres of excellence in pharmacoepidemiology and real-world evidence. Its mission is to provide trusted pharmacoepidemiologic and real-world evidence (PE/RWE) research through a European federated professional network of excellence based on the ENCePP Code of Conduct.
DCE is a member of SIGMA and also serves on the SIGMA Executive Committee.
DCE is a member of VAC4EU (Vaccine monitoring Collaboration for EUrope).
VAC4EU is the sustainability solution of the ADVANCE project. VAC4EU implements the ADVANCE vision, system, and blueprint and enables robust and timely evidence-generation on the effects of vaccines in a collaborative manner in Europe for use by citizens, health care professionals, public health organisations, and regulatory agencies. VAC4EU is a multi-stakeholder international association with a study network to run studies and an open community for scientific debate.