Session 38: RAP for Health Inequalities
#OpenDataSavesLives is driving open innovation with data, our aim is to help reduce inequalities by creating for the first time a true network of collaborators and resources in the open.
This session we talked about RAP - Reproducible Analytical Pipelines - for health inequalities analysis.
Using data to understand health inequalities is a challenge - making this analysis reproducible and comparable between trusts is essential. This time we'll be looking into Reproducible Analytical Pipelines to understand and combat inequalities.
- Sam Hollings - NHS England - "Reproducible Analytical Pipelines - faster, more efficient analysis - how we're rolling it out in NHS England". View the slides.
- Molly Broome - Economist, the Resolution Foundation - "Hoping and coping: how the cost of living crisis has affected people's finances and health to date". View the slides.