Public Health Datathon

Details
Date:

April 19

Time:

01:00 pm - 04:30 pm

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/public-health-datathon-tickets-858322915947
Organizer

Insights North East

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/insights-north-east-59519881973
Venue

The Sir Terry Farrell Building

Eldon Place, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE17RD

Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, GB, NE17RD

Join us for an engaging Public Health Datathon focused on indicators in the North East of England!

Are you a local officer or an analyst interested in public health?

Insights North East is delighted to invite you to participate in an engaging Public Health Datathon focused on indicators in the North East of England! This event is designed to empower local officers in constructing indicators and using data visualisation tools to uncover crucial public health insights. Our objectives encompass exploring analytical frameworks for public health indicators, facilitating discussions on data and evidence, promoting knowledge exchange on visualisation tools, and fostering connections among regional officers.

The agenda features a stimulating debate on public health indicators and a hands-on workshop on data visualisation with Power BI. Participants might also bring their own datasets to get support with analysis and visualisation.

Important information:

· Please ensure to bring your laptops with the necessary software pre-installed.

· Reading materials and useful resources will be provided in advance.

· Refreshments will be provided; kindly inform us of any dietary requirements in advance.

· If you don’t have the software, you can pair with someone or one of our staff members.

Don’t miss this opportunity to collaborate, learn, and contribute to gathering insights about public health in our region.

About the instructor: Alma Cantu is a Lecturer in Data Science with a specialisation in Information Visualisation at the scalable group within the School of Computing. Before joining the scalable group, she held post-doctoral positions at both Newcastle University and ISAE-Supaero in Toulouse, France. Alma completed her PhD in “Immersive Visualisation for Signal Intelligence,” a collaborative effort between Thales DMS France and IMT Atlantique in Brest, France. Her research encompasses various applications, including signal intelligence, airline cockpit interaction, and digital mobility data analysis.