Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network and Beautiful Information Autumn Conference – Systems thinking for population health: a journey for developing linked datasets
Tuesday 27 November 2018
Royal Pharmaceutical Society, 66 East Smithfield Street, London E1W 1AW
The resources on this page are available for your perusal and use following the Kent Surrey Sussex Academic Health Science Network and Beautiful Information Autumn Conference 2018.
Data warehousing and infrastructure. Technical issues, pseudonymising and other essential requirements. Peter Gough, Head of Service, Kent & Medway HISbi.
IG – A playbook. How can we make it easier and more efficient? Alan Day, Corporate Information Security Officer, Kent County Council.
Data quality.Quality checks and how we manage it. Annie Jeffery, Senior Manager, NHS England.
A digital maternity pathway. Dr Ciaran Crowe, ST7 Doctor, East Kent Hospitals University NHS FT. Caroline Howes, Head of Delivery, Beautiful Information Ltd.
Linking people to places with Unique Property Reference Numbers (UPRNs). Iain Goodwin, Government Relationship Manager, Ordnance Survey.
Modelling. Using system dynamics to explore system integration. Peter Lacey, Partner, Whole Systems Partnership.
Analytics – Population segmentation. Case studies: two examples illustrating the power of blended data analytics from a public health perspective. Tom Bourne
Senior Public Health Intelligence Analyst, Public Health @ Kent County Council.
Data & the wider determinants of health – challenges & opportunities. Richard Welpton, Senior Data Manager and Kathryn Dreyer, Principal Data Analyst, The Health Foundation.
How to ask the right questions. Giving analysts time to analyse. Julie George
Public Health Consultant & Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer.
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