Automated recording of patient physiology and the increasing use of electronic health records has created vast data sets that may be harnessed for research to improve care. The scale and the resolution of the data collected have significantly increased with automation. By leveraging informatics techniques used in other setting (e.g. life sciences, economics, sociology, marketing) to analyse data from intensive care patients, we aim to identify patterns that will inform clinical care.
We aim to create a culture where evidence and data drive improvement for the benefit of our patients.
Using routinely collected and other large datasets to understand critical illness, develop new therapies, and improve clinical outcomes for patients.