Data collection and analysis overview

 

Links

Sight Loss Data Tool – this RNIB tool provides information about visually impaired people and those at risk of sight loss at a local level throughout the UK.

NHS Digital – standardise, collect and publish data and information from across the health and social care system in England.

Global Health Observatory (GHO) data – the World Health Organization’s Global Health Observatory provide data and analyses on global health priorities. The theme pages provide relevant information on global situation and trends.

Find open data – a tool to help people find data published by central government, local authorities and public bodies, and supporting government publishers to maintain data.

UK Data Service – collection of social, economic and population data resources in the UK.

Key tools, resources and commentary on data – NPC resources on data.

Data collection self-assessmentInspiring Impact‘s free data collection self-assessment tool that provides a personalised report recommending what information to collect and how.

Stakeholder analysis – information on the NCVO/Knowhow website.

Useful organisations/websites

Inspiring Impact – Established in 2012, Inspiring Impact is delivered by a coalition of six organisations across the UK; it supports people who work or volunteer for charities and social enterprises through free online resources, peer learning networks and grant funding.

 

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