Open Data Saves Lives - Session 41
Session 40: Analytics as a Profession
In this session, we discussed how we train and recruit the next generation of analysts, and how we address a data skills gap in the NHS workforce.
Session 39: Virtual Wards
This session we will be talking about virtual wards. Speakers to be confirmed, stay tuned.
Session 38: RAP for Health Inequalities
Reproducible Analytical Pipelines are a hot topic - this time we'll be hearing about the progress and challenges of adopting RAP to study and combat health inequalities.
Session 37: Health Inequalities
We revisited back to the topic of Health Inequalities after the success of our last session on the same topic in October.
Session 36: AI in Health
This session was a discussion on AI in Health.
Session 35: Health Inequalities
A session focusing on Health Inequalities.
#OpenDataSavesLives: Unconference 2
Join #OpenDataSavesLives and NHS Digital for an unconference exploring the use of reproducible analytical pipelines (RAP) in health.
Session 34: Open Source in Health Analytics
This session was a discussion on Open Source in Health Analytics.
Session 33: Open Data in Health
This session is a discussion around the topic of Open Data in Health.
Session 32: Cancer
A session discussing the topic of cancer data.
Open Data Innovation Working Session
A 2-day Hackathon/Collaborative work event at the Open Innovations space.
Open Data Innovation Working Session
A 2-day Hackathon/Collaborative work event at Open Innovations space.
Session 31: Coronavirus Dashboards
This session was a discussion around the topic of coronavirus dashboards.
Innovation Amplifier Session 1
This was a session with our sponsors to begin work with innovation in health data as the focus.
Session 30: Mental Health Data
This session was a discussion around the hot topic of Mental Health Data.
Session 29: Mental Health Data
Discussion around the hot topic of Mental Health Data, focusing largely on NHS Digital's Mental Health Data project.
OpenDataSavesLives: The Unconference
For people who believe in the power of open data to drive health improvements to come together.
Session 28: GP Data Special
Watch the discussion around the hot topic of GPDPR - a central NHS digital database from GP records in England which is due to launch in July - with Dr Marcus Baw (Health Informatics Group and Locum General Practitioner), Tina Woods (Social Entrepreneur and system architect in Preventative Health, Healthy Longevity and Open Health Data/AI), Dr Osman Bhatti (GPDPR) and Phil Booth (medConfidential).
Watch session 27 focusing on digital care homes.
Watch session 26 focusing on open data and digital innovation in home care and supported living.
Session 25: Goldacre Review Special
#OpenDataSavesLives: Goldacre review special - your chance to collaborate and give feedback.
Session focusing on the role of open data in primary care, with Dr Chris Bates (TPP), Jessica Morley (University of Oxford) and Stuart Lowe (ODI Leeds).
Session on 11 February 2021 focusing on open data and digital innovation in primary care, with Alison Dias (NHS England), Steve Black (AskMyGP) and Stuart Monk (South West Academic Health Science Network).
Session focusing on the role of the analyst during COVID-19, with Rony Arafin (AphA), Ellen Coughlan (The Health Foundation) and Fraser Battye (The Strategy Unit).
Session 21: 'vaccination data' special
Session focusing on the theme of ethnicity, with Prof Richard Webber (Origins Info), Dr David Whiting (Kent County Council) and Dr Abe Mulla (The Strategy Unit).
Featuring Peter Lacey, The Whole System, John Kelly, North Yorkshire County Council and Stian Westlake, The Royal Statistical Society.
Richard Vickery from Kent Police, Chris Farmer from Kent University and Chris Beeley from Nottinghamshire NHS
Featuring Jeni Tennison, Lesley-Anne Kelly, and Stuart Lowe.
Featuring Tom Riordan, Dr Chris Bates and Alistair Bullward
Focused on data and dashboards, with a demonstration of the ODI Leeds West Yorkshire COVID dashboard. Featuring: Stephen Mortimer-Lock and Stuart Lowe - ODI Leeds
Speakers: Anna Powell-Smith - The Centre for Public Data, Tom White - freelance developer, data enthusiast,and Henry Partridge - The Trafford Data Lab
Featuring: Hannah Thompson, Graham Hyde and Jared Keller
Featuring: Emmy Howe Nick Stevenson
The theme for this session was all about tools and other resources developed during (and for) the pandemic, featuring Beautiful Info, the Open Data Institute, and MadeTech.
Focused on 'local data for local people' and why it is needed to help drive local recovery. Featuring Peter Wells and Prof Amar Rudhin
Featuring Dr Bob Barr and Dan Cookson alongside NHS Digital and ODI Leeds for a geography special.
Featuring James Tozer, Nick Garrett and Alistair Bullward
Featuring, Tom Forth - ODI Leeds, Jamie Whyte - Open Data Manchester, and Dr Chris Bates - TPP
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#OpenDataSavesLives launch webinar
The first in a series of events in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and at the start of the first national lockdown in the UK, wishing to provide a place for people to share projects, work, data, and more - watch the first session online