Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and along with our colleagues from the Open Data Institute in Leeds, we have been running regular COVID-19 webinars in an attempt to get more data available and used by analysts. We’ve made some fantastic progress.
For our next session on Thursday 5 November 2020, 11am – 12pm, we have three amazing speakers lined up:
Richard Vickery from Kent Police will talk about the importance of sharing data and will also share the origins of a study in Kent focusing on domestic abuse.
Professor Chris Farmer from Kent University describing how we can link data from different organisations to create longitudinal studies of disease prevalence.
Open-source wizard Chris Beeley from Nottinghamshire NHS on why the government must share its code.
To register, click here
All the previous sessions and resources can be accessed here.
We aim to finish the session within 45 minutes. We hope you can join us and please feel free to share these details with your network.
Thank you for your support.