The digital transformation of public health actors

The use of digital technology is generating new types of data and new ways of working, which accompany the digitization of public health. Data is at the heart of public health and digital technology offers new ways to collect this data, through shared interfaces (e.g. ELN, CTMS, LIMS), connected tools that offer a new way to link different data sources to optimize their analysis.

Thus, public health organizations ,governmental and non-governmental, can work with data, be more efficient and communicate with the public.

For example, digital acquisition of administrative data has significantly improved tracking of the COVID-19 pandemic. Thus, digitization of the public health sector is necessary to make prevention, surveillance, and public health responses more effective.

Ritme’s software and training offerings cover aspects as diverse as publication :

  • Bibliographic research
  • Scientific article writing and publication 
  • Scientific communication as a whole
  • Speaking and media relations 

Or quantitative analysis:

  • The use of statistical methods 
  • Data Sciences 
  • Machine Learning 
  • The use of Open Source technologies 
  • Reporting and visualization 
  • Data analysis methodologies 
  • Software development methodologies 
  • Scientific and medical data analysis 
  • Biostatistics 
  • Survival analyses 
  • Analysis of data from surveys 

Or finally the qualitative analysis 

  • Unstructured and qualitative data analysis. 
  • Automated interview transcription 
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Séverine Fontaine
Formation Rédaction scientifique