Snap Out were part of a project, led by Islington Council, on a programme of research sponsored by NHS Digital to explore the building of novel datasets using structured and unstructured data for Adult Social Care Services for predictive analytics. Snap Out engaged with Adult Social Care service users to explore their views toward unstructured data. Throughout the process we supported workshops and collated all the information in a final report.
Co-design session with the CLARHC group at the outset of the project
Designed and led innovative co-design card-sorting focus groups to discuss disadvantages and advantages of linking datasets
Mini focus groups and interviews with Islington residents: older people, young people and BAME community
This research project was innovative in that a small number of councils have sought to link data across NHS records and engage the public on this topic. We spoke to a wide range of people across Islington to explore linked datasets and the positive and negative aspects of this through a card-sorting activity.
Public Health, Islington Council