“Learn and discover how Jacksonville Community Council Inc. employed InstantAtlas to support their Community Snapshot Project and the development of community intelligence across the County.”
On April the 1st Geowise hosted a live webcast presented by our guest speaker Ben Warner, Deputy Director of Jacksonville Community Council Inc.
Ben presented how InstantAtlas has been employed within their organization and the benefits JCCI gained in using the application. Ben discussed their new Community Snapshot project, where he presented some indicator examples of their online InstantAtlas 6 reports for Jacksonville/Duval County.
Who is this webinar for ?
If you are developing plans to share, report and present indicators for your community and in need of an easy-to-use and cost effective software solution to help you achieve this, then this webinar is ideal for you. The webinar is tailored to address key issues and show how easy and effectively you can present community data on dynamic geographic maps using InstantAtlas.
Following Ben’s presentation the InstantAtlas support team will ran a short demonstration on how to create similar InstantAtlas reports to the ones Ben has created for Jacksonville/Duval County.
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“Learn and discover how NHS Wirral employed InstantAtlas to support their JSNA Initiative and development of health intelligence across joint health & social care.”
On February the 16th @ 10.30 am InstantAtlas hosted a webcast which was presented by our guest speaker Robert Minshall, Public Health Information Specialist of NHS Wirral.
Robert discussed how InstantAtlas has been employed within their organisation and the benefits NHS Wirral have gained in using the application. Robert also discussed their JSNA initiative for Wirral, where he presented some examples of their online InstantAtlas 6 reports for their project LHD – The Local Health Directorate. New multi-geography atlases where also be presented by Robert showing public health indicator reports for NHS Wirral at Ward and Lower Super Output Area (LSOA) levels.
Following Robert’s presentation the InstantAtlas support team ran some short demonstrations on how to create similar InstantAtlas reports to the ones Robert created for NHS Wirral.
This webinar is now freely available to download or stream online – click here to watch the broadcast