Thank you to everyone who got involved in our A to Z campaign – we loved sharing the impacts with you.

How did you do in the Wordle? You can retry some of our favourite words here and here.

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Join us for the #AtoZHealthData Twitter campaign, where we will demystify health data research and share the ground-breaking impacts made possible through your health data!

Health data affects us all, but we know that it can be a confusing subject to understand. As the UK’s national institute for health data science,  we want to help demystify health data research, so as part of British Science Week 2022, we are running the #AtoZHealthData twitter campaign!

Get involved with the campaign on 17 and 18 March 2022 using the hashtag #AtoZHealthData, and follow our conversation on Twitter as we go through the alphabet and share some of the incredible impacts made possible through the use of health data. 

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You can also get involved via the #AtoZHealthData Wordle game where we will provide you with a new word each day from Thursday 17 March until Wednesday 23 March! *This is now closed

Want to get involved in our work?

We work with and learn from the needs and experiences of members of the public and people using the health and care system. We appreciate that health data research can be quite confusing and that is why we want to support you in learning more about this important area, so that you are better informed and can feel confident in the access and use of your health data for vital research and innovation.  

We also want to encourage as many people as possible to get involved with our work. We are committed to growing the impact that patients and members of the public have in the development of our work, helping you to make a real difference. It is important that we hear from people from all backgrounds and with a mix of thoughts and opinions, and you don’t need to be pro-access when it comes to health data to get involved!  

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