PICRAM Intensive Care Research dataset
PICRAM dataset for research use
During the PICRAM project we collated several thousand patient records. This anonymous dataset can be made available, on specific request, for research purposes. The database is owned and controlled by the PICRAM management committee who will review each data request on an individual basis.
Projects that have been granted access to the dataset include:
- The SILENCE study (NIHR RfPB ref: PB-PG-0613-31034) has used the dataset to assess incidence of intensive care unit acquired delirium.
- PhD student projects have used the dataset to quantify the performance of a number of machine learning algorithms (RCUK Digital Economy Programme grant number EP/G036861/1), and to assess the predictive qualities of a new mortality score, 'OASIS'.
- The Clinical Haemotology unit at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have used the dataset to assess the number of intensive care patients with low platelet counts who undergo certain clinical procedures during their admission.
In the first instance please contact Julie Darbyshire if you would like more information about the PICRAM dataset.