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The National Cancer Registry (NCR) commenced operations in January 2016. Accurate nationwide data obtained from NCR contribute to the planning and evaluation of cancer control in Japan. This database is utilized in evaluating the quality of medical care for cancer patients, in assessing the accuracy of cancer screening, and in follow-up surveys in nationwide cohort studies.

Active since 2001, the Swedish MS Registry (SMSreg) is a government-funded quality register designed to ensure optimal health care for patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). All Swedish neurology departments are users and providers of data, and currently more than 14,000 patients with MS have been registered.

Initiated in 2001, the Japan Nurses’ Health Study (JNHS) is a prospective cohort investigation of the effects of lifestyle and healthcare on women’s health.

The PatientsMap is a longitudinal, cross-sectional physician-survey database capturing the patient population size of 1,000 conditions in major countries including Japan, since 2011.

The B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA® team offers assistance on database-related projects, including database landscaping. Some examples of how the team can help your studies succeed include:

Subscribers have access to B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA’s proprietary glossary. This list contains definitions of all our 135 Database Fields, as well as all the coding systems used in our profiles. This glossary is continuously updated each time we come across something new regarding a database, as summarized in our profiles.

B.R.I.D.G.E. TO DATA has been utilized in several published studies and cited in relevant textbooks and presentations. 
We are also listed on prominent industry websites such as the Drug Safety Research Unit (DSRU), International Society for Pharmacoepidemiology (ISPE), and PsoBest.
Check out the list of citations and website mentions