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Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
Demonstration of the ALISS engine
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Demonstration of the ALISS engine

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Presentation by Peter Cruickshank at LIRG LIS research resources briefing, July 10th 2012, London. Further details at …

Presentation by Peter Cruickshank at LIRG LIS research resources briefing, July 10th 2012, London. Further details at http://lisresearch.org/2012/07/10/research-into-practice-lis-research-resources-briefing/

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  • 1. Demonstration of the ALISS enginePresented by Peter Cruickshank as part of theLIRG workshop “Research into practice: libraryand information research resources briefing”Tuesday 10th July 2012, CILIP, LondonSlides derived from ALISS resourceshttp://www.aliss.scot.nhs.uk/
  • 2. Making Self-Management Support more findable
  • 3. 2 millionin Scotland living with a long term healthcondition40%of Scotland’s population
  • 4. what’s the problem? • Massive amount of information – all disconnected • hard to find – no matter how useful • hard to collate and publish • public and staff not able to easily share their useful information • Useful support is local, hard to capture, often informal, no web presence
  • 5. What to do? - ALISS Visiondesigning the engine• improve existing processes• designed by people who are going to use it• local control• sustainable• distributed control, not centrally managed• easy to use, think of health literacy
  • 6. ALISS engineImproving access to support for self-management oflong term conditions• a national-local directory• a big (glorified) index• a ‘curation engine’
  • 7. In the ALISS engine, the 3 key information-servicetasks are devolved ALISS engine it sort it collect it publish 10
  • 8. So a widevariety ofinfo can be …managedcontributedto the ALISS engine (curated) info flowsEngine, out toand… intermediary information services Centre 11
  • 9. The ALISS software stack 15
  • 10. what kind of information?• what is diabetes? quality assured• what are the treatments?• what do I do now?• who can I talk to? local & personal• what will it be like?• will I cope? 16
  • 11. the range of health information Centrespam experience resources quality assured
  • 12. the range of providers Centrespam experience resources quality assured
  • 13. ALISS focus is self management Centre ALISSspam experience resources quality assured
  • 14. ALISS and quality-assured infoa local walking groupPartick Walking Group IndexWhether you are an experienced walker or haven’twalked in a while, our walks are a great way to keep fit,get to know your local area and meet new people.All walks are free - and there is no need to book - justturn up!However, if you are attending for the first time, title: Partick Walking Groupplease arrive 10 or 15 minutes before the walk is due tobegin to fill in a registration form with the walk leader. text: Whether you are anDon’t worry, this only needs to be done once.Each walk lasts an hour and begins and ends at the experienced walker or...locations listed below.Partick Annexe Healthy Living CentreWalks leave from locations: G11 5PE9A Stewartville StreetMondays, 11am-12pm (gentlehealth walk). Walk leader: JaneThursdays, 2-3pm. Walk tags: walking, exerciseleaders: Jane and Angielocations: G11 5PEtags: walking, exercise 20
  • 15. Searchsecond-guessing user interests in the Partick Walking Group “I want exercise”Partick + exercise ✔ “I’m getting over a heart problem” heart problem ✘ “I want to get out with my partner who’s in a wheelchair” wheelchair access ✘ 21
  • 16. How curation helpsALISS adds curations from people with particular interests Resource IndexPartick Walking Group title: Partick Walking GroupWhether you are an experienced walker or haven’t walked in a text: Whether you are anwhile, our walks are a great way to keep fit, get to know yourlocal area and meet new people. experienced walker or...All walks are free - and there is no need to book - just turn The group offers a range ofup!However, if you are attending for the first time, please arrive10 or 15 minutes before the walk is due to begin to fill in a walks...registration form with the walk leader. Don’t worry, this onlyneeds to be done once. Some walks are wheelchairEach walk lasts an hour and begins and ends at the locations accessible...listed below.Partick Annexe Healthy Living CentreWalks leave from 9AStewartville StreetMondays, 11am-12pm (gentle health walk). locations: G11 5PEWalk leader: JaneThursdays, 2-3pm. Walk leaders: Jane andAngie tags: walking, exercise, cardiac, rehabilitation, wheelchair access,locations: G11 5PE mental healthtags: walking, exercise accounts: 83d5fe, 2847fg, 02d4j, ... accounts: 83d5f, 2847f, 02d4j, ... 22
  • 17. Distributed collaborative curationthe sum is greater than the parts↑ quality: moderation & account filtering↓ central cost devolved admin↑ sustainability 23
  • 18. Filtering outputs from ALISS: searchA Practice example: just our own resources local group library Our practice local group Local community practice practice Local practices Local NHS Citizens Advice practice local groupan example- client side tools can search ALISS however they like 24
  • 19. Filtering outputs from ALISS: searchA Practice example: trusted local community resources local group library Our practice local group Local community practice practice Local practices Local NHS Citizens Advice practice local group 25
  • 20. Filtering outputs from ALISS: searchA Practice example: search accounts with NHS flag GGC local group NHS service library Our practice local group Local community practice practice Local practices Local NHS Citizens Advice practice local group 26
  • 21. engineclub.orggithub.com/snowcloud/engineclub @alissproject info@aliss.org
  • 22. Demonstration of the ALISS enginePresented by Peter Cruickshank as part of theLIRG workshop “Research into practice: libraryand information research resources briefing”Tuesday 10th July 2012, CILIP, LondonSlides derived from ALISS resourceshttp://www.aliss.scot.nhs.uk/

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