Tutorial: Data

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Date: June 25th 2019 10:00am until 4:30pm

Location: Ansell Room Coaver Club Matford Lane Exeter Devon EX2 4PS

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Tutorial: June 25th 2019: Public Health Data

10:00am until 4:30pm

Venue: Ansell Room, Coaver Club, Matford Lane, Exeter, Devon, EX2 4PS 

Organisers: Helena Posnett and Joanna McLaughlin



  • Support SpRs to better understand the data and information sources available and how to access them
  • Stimulate discussion on the future of data and intelligence – in relation to the JSNA and changing STP landscape
  • Ensure SpRs are aware of LKIS and their offer in relation to SpR training and development











Gbenga Olatunde


Principal Public Health Intelligence Analyst

Training and Workforce Development

Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service (South West)

Public Health England

Introduction to LKIS


  • Purpose
  • Overview of core offer and skills of the team
    • Registrar input into what they’d like from LKIS


Data sources available, and Q&A


What’s available, where is it, who to contact, what’s the process, key considerations e.g. legal, IG, information sharing agreements; to include accessing from other agencies e.g. Police; to include reference to available networks e.g. SWINPHO





Doug Haines

Using soft intelligence – how it works in practice


What do we mean? How do we do it? How do we use this information and frame it?

How do we do this in local areas? Bringing needs assessments to life if no formal data available/engaging stakeholders who will be involved in implementing recommendations

 Are there any practical suggestions about how to approach it and mitigate risk e.g. over-sharing (Caldicott, DPA etc.)? How much is context dependent (your organisation)?




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Registrar Business



Maria Moloney-Lucey


Public Health Specialist (Intelligence)


Public Health Devon

Devon County Council

Developing the JSNA in Devon County Council – including discussion/Q&A


Overview of the way in which the JSNA is put together, its content and purpose and variation between different local authorities


Discussion around likely future changes to JSNAs, the move to using individual level data, the role of the Health and Wellbeing Boards and regional organisations (STP?) in unblocking data sharing and making this happen


Q&A session on how to get and use data in local authority public health teams


Pip Tucker,


Public Health Specialist

Somerset County Council


Developing the JSNA in Somerset - including discussion/Q&A










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