What is OpenDataSavesLives: The Unconference?
OpenDataSavesLives: The Unconference is a community-driven meeting. This is an opportunity for people who believe in the power of open data to drive health improvements to come together. We will share learning, innovation and creativity around key issues related to health.
The agenda for the Unconference will be guided by YOU – the participants. All those who come together with us will have the opportunity to put their ideas on the agenda:
From thought-out prepared talks reflecting on research and data collection to ‘new ideas’ that would be fun to talk about
From demonstration of working tools and dashboards to whiteboarding of something that could be developed
From topics where there are data sets that are ready to be used widely to an exploration of health issues where there are ‘gaping data holes’ that need addressing
How do I get involved?
Join us. Register here.
Sponsor us so we can take the event to more people, and deliver real impact on health. Contact: [email protected] All sponsors receive a benefits package including branding, networking and speaking opportunities, feature placement in our live streaming and more.
Host a session or suggest a session around a topic you’d like covered. Please contact [email protected] to discuss
We handle the rest!
More about OpenDataSavesLives
Overnight, COVID-19 dramatically changed the health and social care landscape, leading to vast challenges and the need for more and better collaboration. OpenDataSavesLives has been created to drive open innovation with data. Our aim is to help reduce health inequalities by creating, for the first time, a true network of collaborators and resources in the open.
We are radical in our approach – and hold ourselves to account. As the UK starts to build back better there has never been a more poignant moment to gather people at The Unconference around the radical solutions that are needed to tackle some of the UK’s biggest health challenges.
Find out more about us here. And find recordings of our previous events and talks here.
See you on 29th September 10am!