ALISS and the 'Links' project data

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several Scottish GP practices were involved in the 'Links' project in early/spring 2011. ALISS was lucky enough to be passed a copy of the lists of social/community resources they'd identified locally as being ones they wanted to work with particularly. We put these lists into the Engine, and can get links back out. This activity happened alongside early work elsewhere on assets, that we were also involved with, so I provided a view of these too.

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  • This means useful resources which might be scattered across lots of different systems, or not online at all, can now be indexed in one place which we call the ALISS Engine. The Engine can then be accessed by any system across the web. So it can feed other web sites, practice systems, libraries, advice centres, right across Scotland.
  • ALISS and the 'Links' project data

    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. ALISS engine … curated info flows out to intermediary information services A wide variety of info can be contributed to the Engine, and… Centre
    3. 3. Discovering local resources
    4. 17. Meanwhile, how about getting info back out of the Engine? A javascript-based ‘widget’ does the necessary…
    5. 29. How curation helps <ul><li>ALISS adds curations from people with particular interests </li></ul>Partick Walking Group Whether you are an experienced walker or haven’t walked 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 - just turn up!However, if you are attending for the first time, please arrive 10 or 15 minutes before the walk is due to begin to fill in a registration form with the walk leader. Don’t worry, this only needs to be done once. Each walk lasts an hour and begins and ends at the locations listed below. Partick Annexe Healthy Living CentreWalks leave from 9A Stewartville Street Mondays, 11am-12pm (gentle health walk). Walk leader: JaneThursdays, 2-3pm. Walk leaders: Jane and Angie locations: G11 5PE tags: walking, exercise Resource Curation Curation Curation Index title: Partick Walking Group text: Whether you are an experienced walker or... The group offers a range of walks... Some walks are wheelchair accessible... locations: G11 5PE tags: walking, exercise, cardiac, rehabilitation, wheelchair access, mental health accounts: 83d5fe, 2847fg, 02d4j, ...
    6. 30. Distributed collaborative curation ↑ quality: moderation & account filtering ↓ central cost devolved admin ↑ sustainability Curation Curation Curation
    7. 31. Practice search <ul><li>just our own resources </li></ul>Citizens Advice local group library local group local group practice practice practice an example- client side tools can search ALISS however they like Our practice Local community Local practices Local NHS
    8. 32. Practice search <ul><li>trusted local community resources </li></ul>Citizens Advice local group library local group local group practice practice practice Our practice Local community Local practices Local NHS
    9. 33. Practice search <ul><li>search accounts with NHS flag </li></ul>Citizens Advice local group library local group local group practice practice practice GGC NHS service Our practice Local community Local practices Local NHS
    10. 34. Keeping Connected

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