ORH collaborated with the charity Sense in 2017 to develop a tool for exploring data about the deafblind population in the UK. Sense supports people with sensory impairments or complex needs so they can enjoy more independent lives. The tool developed by ORH provides estimates of the population who have a combined sight and hearing impairment, from 2015 through to 2035, by area, age and gender. This information will enable Sense, together with local authorities and health administration areas, to better plan future services such as housing, resource centres and wellbeing programmes. ORH is proud to have completed this project as part of the Operational Research Society Pro-bono OR scheme.
Great to see this crucial part of the emergency services getting the recognition it deserves!… https://t.co/qBGgCosxw7
Today we’re at the @UniofBath for the @CareersatBath careers fair. If you’re interested in how you could apply prob… https://t.co/xmT3zrzVl4
Did you see @BBCSouthNews this evening? Great feature with @DanQuin3204 on how @SurreyFRS use our Dynamic Cover Too… https://t.co/8cjGTeDIB8
Tomorrow we’ll be presenting at the @CfoaIreland seminar on “Analysing Response Times and Modelling Future Scenario… https://t.co/frett0ztOF
RT @Ldn_Ambulance: Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops pumping blood around the body. If a defibrillator isn’t immediately available…