Better data: Understanding open health data and intelligence to make the business case for your work

These events are a unique opportunity for small and medium sized VCS organisations involved in delivery of health improvement / public health services to build expertise in the use of data to support their work and influence. 

Attendees will hear expert input from colleagues in Public Health England, NICE and a Local Authority about the wealth of data and evidence that is available; to enhance understanding of the relationship between intelligence, data, evidence and evaluation.

The event, which will include a sandwich lunch, will look at:

Date and times

A sandwich lunch will be available at both events.


The audience for the event is:


The learning objectives for the event are:

Event format and speakers

This is an interactive event where input from the following organisations will be interspersed with practical discussion and a question and answer session:

How to book

To book your place click on the relevant event below and then on the “Register Now” button.

This is a free event, however, delegates wishing to support the development of future events can make a £25 discretionary contribution towards the cost of the event.

Payment can be made online by clicking here or by sending a cheque written out to One East Midlands by post to One East Midlands, 7 Mansfield Road, Nottingham NG1 3FB. If you would prefer to pay by BACS email One East Midlands’ Finance Administrator Leann Leverton at

For further information on the event email or telephone 0115 934 8471.

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