Data Visualisation event slides - North Yorkshire County Council

Resources for professionals from Coram's Data Visualisation in Children's Social Care event held on 10 December 2018.

Data Visualisation in Children's Social Care was a special event held by Coram and the Alan Turing Institute to present how a visual approach to data interpretation could innovate how local authorities understand children’s pathways in the care system - and therefore improve operational and strategic decision-making.
Coram and the Alan Turing Institute, aided by the Rees Centre (University of Oxford) were funded by the Nuffield Foundation to investigate how a visual approach to data interpretation could innovate how local authorities understand children’s pathways in the care system - and therefore improve operational and strategic decision-making.

The project found great potential in problem identification/resolution – and focussed on tackling ‘stuck’ processes in social care. We will demonstrate the impact innovative use of data can have – and how it could help local authorities and care providers re-evaluate processes to achieve the best possible journeys for children and families requiring support or intervention.

Academics and experts from a variety of related arenas gave presentations spotlighing their work and bringing discussion – painting the picture of where data and social care interact, and the potential between them.

A series of presentation slides are available from the event, including those here from Judith Masson UoB, Sean Jenny and Sharon Lawn, North Yorkshire County Council.

Author Judith Masson Sean Jenny and Sharon Lawn, North Yorkshire County Council
Publication Date Thursday 20th December 2018

📄 Data Vis Slides - 10th Dec 2018 - Prof Masson & North Yorks..pdf