Community service organisations are finding access to data and information sharing a challenge.
Hurdles exist with sourcing community level data and identifying relevant datasets to provide the evidence to validate and support the narrative, voices and concerns of the community around the issues experienced by service users and front-line workers.
Community data can inform and ignite discussion around need, demand, service planning and access to services, and explore significant issues facing the community and the sector more broadly.
Data intermediaries can bridge some of the data gaps community services face, to enable and facilitate access to and use of consistent, up to date, relevant, meaningful data.
Join us for in in-depth discussion around data access and collaboration, with guest speakers:
• Kristi Mansfield, CEO - SEER Data & Analytics and
• Lorna McGinnis, Executive Director - Gladstone Region engaging in action Together (GRT)
The session will explore how SEER Data & Analytics has supported the development of The Gladstone Region Wellbeing Data Hub – enabling and empowering the Gladstone community with a centralised access point to data to identify and quantify changes and impacts on the community, and to monitor, evaluate and demonstrate progress towards a range of community identified wellbeing goals.
Date: Thursday, 17 November 2022
Time: 11.00am to 12.30pm
Location: Online via Zoom