The East of England Action Learning Network (ALN): Building capability and capacity for the public health intelligence workforce in the East of England
PHE ePoster Library. Woodhouse A. Apr 10, 2019; 259605; 15571
Antoinette Woodhouse
Antoinette Woodhouse
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Abstract Local Knowledge and Intelligence Service East (LKIS East) conducted a survey to assess the awareness and adoption of new analytical tools amongst the members of the regional Knowledge and Intelligence Network (K&I), made up of public health practitioners, decision-makers and analysts across East of England (EoE). The survey highlighted the demand for protected time in a supportive and focussed environment to aid in the upskilling of the public health intelligence workforce in new technologies and topical subject areas across EoE.In response, LKIS East launched the Action Learning Network (ALN) in July 2018. Through the ALN LKIS East provides the platform to bring together the public health workforce across the EoE and champion the use of a variety of statistical and visualisation tools and resources for use; provided through a mixture of collaborative training, action learning and shared experience. LKIS East plays a pivotal role in the ALN realising its many benefits, some of which are the sharing of knowledge and best practice in a safe and protected environment as well as driving the cultivation of a strong learning culture across the wider public health intelligence workforce.Professional benefits gained by connections and opportunities achieved by engaged members. Organisational benefits achieved in efficiency and competence, boosted by less time spent looking for the right information. Positive feedback from the first event has led to a developed programme and resulted in a key deliverable for LKIS East, which is expected to run for the foreseeable future.
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