We know from public feedback that managing alone without proper information or support is a difficult struggle. This picture shows how little time is spent with health professionals. A person with, for instance diabetes, or asthma or epilepsy will see a health professional for about 15 – 20 minutes per month, and actually - this would be pretty generous in some surgeries. This adds up to just 3 hours per year of professional contact.
This strange looking beast was once a lion, gifted to the King of Sweden in 1731, and when it died, the skin and bones were given to a local taxidermist. But like most people in 18th century Sweden, he’d never seen a lion. So he did his best, and this is the result. And that’s our problem here, that we’re presenting something which is innovative and not been done before. Our vision is that it will lead to huge improvement in participation, and promoting localism, using emerging technologies to tackle our changing demography. We’re describing the ALISS Engine, but we don’t know what it looks like – it will link data but you won’t see it.
…and we were able to find a YouTube clip of the author reading her own work. So people not at the event could maybe find it useful, as well as those who were.
Abiding images of ALISS
A few abiding
images of ALISS…
15 min per month
= 3 hours per year
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