On 10 December 2020, over 150 members of the social care data science community – including academic researchers, care providers and receivers, commissioners, and charities – came together virtually to discuss the current landscape of applied social care research.
Attendees shared experiences of significant insights and impacts which have already been realised by research across the spectrum of social care services, as well as the key challenges which must be addressed to maximise impact and emerging opportunities for the future.
Cardiac rehabilitation smart tech set to be trialled
1 February 2023
The use of smart technology to support the recovery of heart attack patients is to be assessed as part of a major new study, with input from the BHF Data Science Centre.
Apprenticeships – boosting careers and benefitting employers
31 January 2023
To mark National Apprenticeship Week (6-12 Feb) we interviewed Stephanie Parrott about her time as a senior manager with HDR UK. We also discussed her Level 3 Data Citizen Apprenticeship for which...
NHS Winter pressures could be addressed by research harnessing big data, machine learning and artificial intelligence
22 January 2023
New research launched by HDR UK and funded by NIHR will use data-driven approaches to pin-point pressures in the health care system, understand their causes and develop ways to overcome or avoid...