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Handbook of cross-border data exchange within the Nordic and Baltic countries

Lessons learned in cross-border data exchange in the fields of studying and using healthservices in another Nordic and Baltic country, and in the use of Nordic and Baltic legal databases

Compiled by Erika Anttila and Hanna Rajala, KPMG Finland
  • Riikka Rissanen and Petteri Pulli, Finnish National Agency for Education
  • Minna Sinkkonen, Sirje Vaittinen and Olga Kaartinen, Finnish Institute for health and welfare
  • Aki Hietanen, Tiina Husso and Oona Nykopp, Ministry of Justice, Finland
  • Anne Kari, Digital and Population Data Services Agency, Finland
TemaNord 2023:542
ISBN 978-92-893-7705-8 (PDF)
ISBN 978-92-893-7706-5 (ONLINE)
© Nordic Council of Ministers 2023
Illustrations by Marker Wizards, artists Joonas Lehtimäki, Karri Lehtonen and Eero Saarikoski
Published: 9/11/2023


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