Explore 6 years of of NHS prescribing data. We’re helping to make prescribing safer and more cost-effective.
We’re improving medicine with evidence and data
We're the Evidence-Based Medicine Data Lab, at the University of Oxford.
We build working, useful products to help academics and doctors.
We campaign for better data in healthcare.
Trials need to be reported correctly: it’s important that researchers report the measurements they said they would.
Our academic team are leading the research on OpenTrials, a public database of all documents on clinical trials.
We launched our e-mail alerts on OpenPrescribing to help people keep track of prescribing trends at their GP Practice or CCG. Our alerts send you a monthly e-mail highlighting any new signals in our prescribing measures (including the new measures we launched this month!). This will help you keep track of changes in prescribing, as […]
We’ve been spending some time at OpenPrescribing designing a set of new measures to identify interesting variations in prescribing behaviour across the country. We’ve talked to people from CCGs, and have looked (via Freedom of Information requests) at a number of CCG schemes for improving prescribing, and have come up with a number of areas […]
OpenPrescribing was featured in a recent TARGET antibiotic webinar, which shows how you can use the site to explore antibiotic prescribing in your local CCG or GP practice. It looks at the antibiotic measures featured on our CCG & GP practice dashboards, and how to construct your own queries on the Analyse page. The webinar […]
In our first full year of existence we’ve grown fast, recruiting lots of new staff. You can see us all on our new website: Lydia our project manager started in the Spring, as did Seb, our new coder; Lisa, our community engagement manager, started over the summer; Helen, our new researcher, started in December, with […]