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Data driven innovation and person-centred design: Tue 1 Feb 2022, 2-3pm

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How do you apply population level data to your project, product or service design before making commercial decisions?

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Data driven innovation and person-centred design workshop

Tuesday 1 February 2022. 2pm – 3pm

How do you apply population level data to your project, product or service design before making commercial decisions? What skills do you need and how difficult is it?

Come along to this workshop, delivered by Julia Glenn, Design Innovation Lead, UKRI’s Healthy Ageing Challenge team. We will also be joined by Professor Paul Watson, Research Director at the National Innovation Centre for Data (NICD).

During the session we will:

• share easy and practical resources so you can apply data to real scenarios and people before a commercial investment is made.

• demonstrate how to present and visualise data in presentations and pitches.

• Give you the opportunity to ask questions of experts in this field of work

• Hear what NICD have to offer small and large organisations including their work with non academics.

This session follows on from our 14 December workshop, ‘Sourcing and using healthy ageing facts and figures', which you can still register for here.

We hope you can join us at this event. If you have any questions please contact the Community of Practice team on cop@ageing-better.org.uk

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The UK’s population is undergoing a massive age shift. In less than 20 years, one in four people will be over 65.

The fact that many of us are living longer is a great achievement. But unless radical action is taken by government, business and others in society, millions of us risk missing out on enjoying those extra years.

At the Centre for Ageing Better we want everyone to enjoy later life. We create change in policy and practice informed by evidence and work with partners across England to improve employment, housing, health and communities.

We are a charitable foundation, funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, and part of the Government’s What Works Network.

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