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#OPENDATASAVESLIVES WEBINAR: 28 January 2021, 11AM – 12PM

31 December 2020

This session will focus on the role of the analyst during COVID-19. Confirmed speakers for this session: Rony Arafin, Chief Operating Officer, AphA – AphA’s journey to promote Analytics as a profession Ellen Coughlan, Programme Manager, The Health Foundation – Building a community of practice Fraser Battye, Principal Consultant, The Strategy Unit – The Strategy Unit’s experiences under … Continue reading “#OPENDATASAVESLIVES WEBINAR: 28 January 2021, 11AM – 12PM”

#OPENDATASAVESLIVES WEBINAR: 21 January 2021, 11AM – 12PM

30 December 2020

This ‘vaccination data’ special will take place on Thursday 21 January 2021, 11am – 12pm. Confirmed speakers: Dan Cookson, Independent Housing & Spatial Information Specialist Anna Powell-Smith, Founder of the Centre for Public Data Alistair Bullward, Product Owner for Open Data and Data Visualisation at NHS Digital Register for the session here.

#OPENDATASAVESLIVES WEBINAR: 3 DECEMBER 2020 @ 11AM

19 November 2020

For our next session on Thursday 3 December 2020, 11am – 12pm and which focuses on ethnicity, we have three amazing speakers lined up: Professor Richard Webber from OriginsInfo Dr David Whiting from Medway Council Dr Abe Mulla from The Strategy Unit To register, click here. All the previous sessions can be accessed here. Resources can be accessed here. We aim to finish the … Continue reading “#OPENDATASAVESLIVES WEBINAR: 3 DECEMBER 2020 @ 11AM”

Covid-19 Data Collection Crisis – Independent Review Requested by the Association of Professional Healthcare Analysts (AphA)

8 October 2020

Leaders from the Analytical Professions have jointly written a letter to Matt Hancock, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, and Sir Simon Stevens, the Chief Executive of the NHS. As we have learned on Monday, 5th October more than 50,000 potentially infectious people may have been missed by contact tracers after 15,841 positive tests … Continue reading “Covid-19 Data Collection Crisis – Independent Review Requested by the Association of Professional Healthcare Analysts (AphA)”