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OpenSAFELY Jobs

OpenSAFELY Jobs provides an audit trail for every project using the OpenSAFELY platform. It logs all activity that uses real patient data. It includes links to all the analytic code ever run, and all published outputs.

Authorised users can use this site to manage their projects and trigger their code to run in one of the secure environments.

Why OpenSAFELY?

Better research, improved patient confidentiality

OpenSAFELY is a highly secure, transparent, open-source software platform for analysis of electronic health records data.

Protecting privacy
We never let researchers download patient data, and OpenSAFELY tools let users to write code to analyse patient data without even needing to view the raw records.
Auditable by the public
It is a privilege to use patient data for the public good. OpenSAFELY respects patients by carefully considering this in every part of its design.
Better, open science
OpenSAFELY requires publication of all analytic code, and our tools drive all users to produce prespecified, reusable, testable, shareable and modular software for research.
Enabling high volumes of research
Over 25 organisations have used OpenSAFELY to create published research.

Working In Partnership With

University of Oxford logo Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences logo LSHTM logo TPP Logo EMIS logo

Latest job requests

Most recent job requests on the OpenSAFELY platform

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Status Organisation Project User Started View request
Running Bennett Institute Opioid prescribing trends and changes during COVID-19 Andrea Schaffer 33 minutes ago View, Job request 23191
Succeeded Bennett Institute Coverage, effectiveness and safety of neutralising monoclonal antibodies or antivirals for non-hospitalised patients with COVID-19 Qing Wen 2 hours ago View, Job request 23190
Succeeded Nuffield Trust Deaths at home during COVID-19 Sophie Julian 3 hours ago View, Job request 23189
Succeeded The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine coronavirus pandemic on rheumatoid arthritis care and non-COVID outcomes Ruth Costello 5 hours ago View, Job request 23188
Running University of Manchester BRIT Antibiotic Research Ya-Ting Yang 6 hours ago View, Job request 23187
Succeeded University of Manchester The impact of COVID-19 on pregnancy treatment pathways and outcomes Vicki Palin UoM 7 hours ago View, Job request 23186
Failed University of Manchester BRIT Antibiotic Research Ya-Ting Yang 7 hours ago View, Job request 23185
Running University of Bristol Investigating events following SARS-CoV-2 infection Jose Ignacio Cuitun Coronado 7 hours ago View, Job request 23184
Running University of Bristol Investigating events following SARS-CoV-2 infection Jose Ignacio Cuitun Coronado 7 hours ago View, Job request 23183
Running University of Bristol Investigating events following SARS-CoV-2 infection Jose Ignacio Cuitun Coronado 7 hours ago View, Job request 23182