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Using data: how to make your case and influence people

Repeated due to high demand: This practical workshop will highlight where to locate relevant statutory and voluntary sector data to evidence need, influence strategic decisions and support funding applications.
When Jan 27, 2015
from 09:15 AM to 01:00 PM
Where St George's Centre, Great George Street, Leeds LS1 3BR
Contact Name
Contact Phone 0113 394 2300
Attendees Voluntary and community sector health and social care organisations
Local Healthwatch in Yorkshire and Humber
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This practical workshop will guide participants through the internet and highlight where to locate relevant statutory and voluntary sector data to evidence need, influence strategic decisions and support funding applications.

  • Participants will be given a brief introduction on why the use of data is becoming increasingly relevant and an overview of useful sources and contacts.
  • Participants will then be guided through a more in depth search of Public Health Observatory and related sites, helping to locate information most relevant to their organisation.
  • NICE will guide participants through its website, highlighting relevant guidance and quality standards as well as informing the group on how they can get more involved in the development of future standards.
  • Participants will also be shown how to navigate VCS data sources including NCVO Almanac and local research from Involve Yorkshire & Humber.
  • The session will end with a question and answer slot and all participants will be provided with a useful sources of information sheet.

For full information and how to book, please go to http://bit.ly/1tdSEEl

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