This post continues my review of the online course, Using Data in the Health and Social Care Environment. The second part of Section 2 is about getting data from websites.
Continuing my reports about the course, Using Data in the Health and Social Care Environment, here’s what I found in the first part of Section 2.
In September I joined a small group piloting an online course called Using Data in the Health and Social Care Environment. Here’s my initial impression of it.
I’ve been having increasing difficulty making sense of the NHS Citizen project as I’ve followed it over the last year and a half, and I’ve been putting off reviewing the enormous and labyrinthine “microsite” that it has published to mark the end of its design phase. So today I’m just going to jump in and see what thoughts occur.
The NHS Citizen project is nearing the end of its design phase, and on February 24th it published a discussion paper on technology platforms and standards, inviting comments. In this post I’ve mostly worked through the discussion paper randomly nit-picking as I go, so unfortunately the result probably isn’t very coherent or readable on its own.
On February 12th I attended a public event in Worcester entitled Self-Help not Self-Harm. As usual for Worcestershire’s events, it was well organized and well attended by both the public and professionals of all kinds.