AWARDED VEIV ENGD
ROYAL COMMISSION FOR THE EXHIBITION OF 1851 INDUSTRIAL FELLOW
EngD VEIV candidate and 1851 Industrial Fellow, Jess Wardlaw, and supervisor Prof Muki Haklay, discuss her research in health provision mapping. This important area of visual engineering is set to enhance the efficiency of healthcare management in increasingly complex and demanding environments.
The aim of the project is to introduce GIS techniques into the analysis and visualisation tools used in the processing of healthcare statistics. The project will focus on a range of geographical visualisations to improve use and accessibility of information across the health and care system, in support of the overall aim of giving people more choice and control over health and social care. This will be done by adding usable and accessible GIS as an integral part of management information software solutions to support better commissioning, choice, quality and efficiency: all areas of the NHS reform programme where better use of information by patients, users, professionals and managers is vital.
Primary Supervisor: Muki Haklay
System Interactions | Epidemiological Mapping
Dr Foster Intelligence