Ce diaporama a bien été signalé.
Nous utilisons votre profil LinkedIn et vos données d’activité pour vous proposer des publicités personnalisées et pertinentes. Vous pouvez changer vos préférences de publicités à tout moment.

Data halo presentation from NHS Citizen Bristol Design Workshop

231 vues

Publié le

Presented by Jacqui Taylor of Flying Binary and Andreas Norgren of MES

Publié dans : Santé & Médecine
  • Login to see the comments

  • Soyez le premier à aimer ceci

Data halo presentation from NHS Citizen Bristol Design Workshop

  1. 1. “Data Halo” NHS Citizen Bristol DesignDay – 24th / 25th July 2014 #NHSCitizen
  2. 2. NHS Citizen data halo • There are three types of data in NHS Citizen: • Data created within NHS Citizen • Data created by NHS Citizens in other places • Related data • The data halo is that third type of data
  3. 3. What data are we talking about? • NHS Citizen is designed to be as open as possible • That means we are looking for people and data which are on the edges of the system and inviting it in • Just two examples: • Health benchmarking data • Social media content
  4. 4. Some examples
  5. 5. Age restricted housing Private Rentals UCL Lifestyle surveys Health Survey for England (HSCIC) Land Registry/Registers Scotland FoI requests Social Housing HMO’s DWP Population density Student Accommodation Care Homes High rise buildings Commercial Administrative CACI
  6. 6. A high-level profile of Bristol At risk (35.3%) Caution (30.5%) Multiple unhealthy behaviours - health at risk in the future Health and wellbeing generally good – some behaviours may result in ailments High rates of smoking Lower levels of smoking Some alcohol concerns Alcohol consumption can exceed recommended limits Mental wellbeing below average (unemployment, debt & dissatisfaction) Mental wellbeing slightly higher than average Obesity above average Obesity slightly above average
  7. 7. • Demographics – age, ethnicity, country of birth, religion, etc. • Digital – Internet access, social media activity, online behaviour, attitudes, technology ownership, smartphone and tablet usage • Housing – and family composition • Economic activity – occupation, shopping patterns • Education • Communication – marketing channels • Transportation modes • Finance – income, benefits, credit cards, savings, investments, loans, insurance • Community engagement • Leisure activity • Media consumption – newspapers, radio, etc.
  8. 8. Internet Internet Access: Frequency (daily, weekly, etc.) and Usage (no. of hours) Internet activities Regularly research and purchase on the internet Social media Social media activities Mobile phone Mobile phone activities Apps and content downloaded to Mobile Phone – Free and Paid Content accessed through internet or apps on Mobile Phone Tablet Apps and content downloaded to Tablet PC – Free and Paid Content accessed through internet or apps on Tablet PC Technology ownership Technology at Home (Integrated Digital TV set, Portable Media Player, Videogame console, etc.) Have Mobile Phone or Tablet PC with access to Internet Attitudes Worries about personal information online being secure; Feeling confident about using computers; Importance of mobile Internet; Readiness to adopt new technology
  9. 9. What does it look like? Introducing the Data Halo from FlyingBinary
  10. 10. Questions • Does this help you to understand the role of data in the NHS Citizen design? • Do you think it is useful? • What changes would you need to use this more effectively?
  11. 11. Questions and suggestions!