TIIG North West Event 2019

TIIG Event

Our TIIG North West Event 2019 featured a range of engaging speakers who discussed the challenges and successes of collecting and sharing Emergency Department data as well as the current and potential applications of TIIG data. The event also provided opportunity for discussion and for stakeholders and partners to network and share ideas.

The event took place on Friday 15th March 2019 at Liverpool John Moores University's Exchange Station.

Event programme & speakers:

Welcome and refreshments
Opening remarks

Jim McVeigh, Director of the Public Health Institute, Liverpool John Moores University.

Knife Violence in Liverpool

Rob Jackson (Keynote), Emergency Nurse Clinician, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust.

The application of TIIG data in Tameside

Jacqui Dorman, Public Health Intelligence Manager, Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council.
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Domestic abuse and its Hidden Layers

Angela Murphy and Karen Horner, Tomorrows Women.

Visualisation of AED data for Lancashire community safety partners

Melanie Greenslade, Principal Research and Intelligence Analyst, Lancashire County Council.
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TIIG data quality and data uses

Jennifer Germain, TIIG Project lead, Public Health Institute
Jane Webster, Data Quality Engagement, Public Health Institute.
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Improving A&E data quality

Siobhan McKay and Peggy Wilcox, Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust.
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Round table discussion
Closing remarks

Mark Whitfield, Intelligence and Surveillance Manager, Public Health Institute.


Featured video clips:

YouTube 'Knife Crime' playlist

Our YouTube playlist; this collection features various short video clips relating to knife crime and the work that is taking place in Merseyside. #NoMoreKnives (12:08 mins)

No More Knives campaign

Nikhil Misra, Trauma Surgeon at Aintree Hospital, explains why he is backing the #NoMoreKnives campaign by Merseyside Police. (2:04 mins)

No More Knives campaign

Rob Jackson, Emergency Nurse Clinician, Royal Liverpool Hospital, talking about the #NoMoreKnives campaign by Merseyside Police. (2:20 mins)

International Women's Day

Tomorrow's Women Wirral offers support for local women, who can self-refer and drop in when they choose, and who wish to make positive lifestyle change.
This video highlights some of their acitvities making International Women's Day 2019. www.tomorrowswomen.org.uk. (2:37 mins)

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