Chaired by Dr Marc Farr, Founder, Beautiful Information Ltd and focusing on digital care homes, our 27th Open Data Saves Lives session on Thursday 6 May 2021 saw a record attendance with 49 participants.
#OpenDataSavesLives Survey time
Collaborate, share, make things better for everyone
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been running regular #OpenDataSavesLives events to improve health and well being through collaborating openly.
We have built a strong community, with over 70 speakers and 1000 people coming to the sessions. Watch our latest session here.
Now lockdown restrictions are easing and more people are heading back to the office, we want to ask for your feedback. We are building and shaping our #OpenDataSavesLives programme of activity, and we want to do that with YOU.
Take our survey here. It takes less than 3 minutes to complete.
Whether you have attended our #OpenDataSavesLives regularly, or you have never attended, your insights are valuable.
Every answer will be carefully considered and determine what we do next, so this is one small way you can shape the future of #OpenDataSavesLives.
Click here to take the survey.
If you would like to speak at one of our #OpenDataSavesLives sessions, please contact Ali Morpeth: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you very much for all your help and support, every response counts.
The #ODSL team
The second #OpenDataSavesLives session of 2021 to be led by the Health Foundation looked at open data and digital innovation in home care and supported living and was chaired by Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager and Fiona Grimm, Principal Data Analyst.
As part of our #OpenDataSavesLives event series, we hosted a special live un-conference on 18 March 2021 to ask the #OpenDataSavesLives community to submit their response and comments to the Goldacre Review.