This session, facilitated by the Third Sector Health & Social Care Support Team, aims to provide a safe space for the 3rd sector (and those interested in working more closely with the sector).
Whilst there will be an opportunity for a broad conversation around the use of data in the health and social care setting, we will be joined by individuals with expertise in the field.
Themina Mohammed, Principal Information Development Manager, who works with the Local Intelligence Support Team (LIST) at NHS National Services Scotland, along with other colleagues, will provide an update on some of the emerging priorities for the Health & Social Care Partnerships in Scotland. This will enable us to have discussion about how these may impact on 3rd sector organisations.
If you have a particular interest in any aspect of data within health and social care, then please let us know prior to the session.
Further information and booking details can be found here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bite-sized-session-edinburgh-data-tickets-39185384540
Places are free but limited, so please book early. It would also be helpful if you could let us know if you have any specific accessibility or dietary requirements by emailing email@example.com.