ALISS  Making Self-Management Support more findable   A ccess to  L ocal  I nformation to  S upport  S elf-Management A co...
story <ul><li>The ALISS Engine isn’t just something to put data in. It’s intended to support getting data back out again, ...
The SGHD-sponsored GP ‘LINKS’ Project ran in spring 2011, involving 6 practices in ‘the Deep End’ in Glasgow and 2 in Fife
They discovered and contacted local resources
And listed them on spreadsheets
ALISS found them on the web
And indexed them on the Engine
Meanwhile, how about getting info back out of the Engine? A javascript-based ‘widget’ enables queries on the Engine to be ...
… The widget will underpin the pages that these wire-frames preview here
 
 
For further info <ul><li>Key Links: </li></ul><ul><li>ALISS demo site – searches, curations etc.  http:// aliss.org /   </...
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This is one of a short series that I've adapted from short presentations, purely for the purposes of being able to print the hand-outs, for a number of events that I've attended recently.
This one is about our fledgling work on enabling queries on the ALISS Engine, from across the web

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Getting data back out of the engine cartoon

  1. 1. ALISS Making Self-Management Support more findable A ccess to L ocal I nformation to S upport S elf-Management A collaboration between the Scottish Government, NHS Scotland, and the Long Term Conditions Alliance Scotland…and ever so many other organisations…and people… [email_address]
  2. 2. story <ul><li>The ALISS Engine isn’t just something to put data in. It’s intended to support getting data back out again, and helping it pop up all over. This story is about some work we’ve been doing with GPs and their local networks, and our library colleagues, while we try out novel ways of making ALISS data available wherever people want it to be. </li></ul>
  3. 3. The SGHD-sponsored GP ‘LINKS’ Project ran in spring 2011, involving 6 practices in ‘the Deep End’ in Glasgow and 2 in Fife
  4. 4. They discovered and contacted local resources
  5. 5. And listed them on spreadsheets
  6. 6. ALISS found them on the web
  7. 7. And indexed them on the Engine
  8. 8. Meanwhile, how about getting info back out of the Engine? A javascript-based ‘widget’ enables queries on the Engine to be run from any website…
  9. 9. … The widget will underpin the pages that these wire-frames preview here
  10. 12. For further info <ul><li>Key Links: </li></ul><ul><li>ALISS demo site – searches, curations etc. http:// aliss.org / </li></ul><ul><li>(Search) widgets: http:// demo.aliss.org / </li></ul><ul><li>ALISS Project Blog: http:// www.aliss.scot.nhs.uk / </li></ul><ul><li>ALISS Engine explained: http://vimeo.com/11986849 </li></ul><ul><li>Key Contacts: </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] / [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>@alissproject on twitter </li></ul>
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