Welcome to the Data and Analytics Partnership Gateway, which contains a wealth of useful information, tools, training and forums to support data and analytics professionals.
Developed in collaboration with our strategic partners, the gateway is kept up to date with the latest developments and thinking in the data and analytics field.
The gateway can be navigated using the themes below:
Where to go to find out more about data and analysis as a profession.
Find out about professional development pathways, development schemes on offer and job opportunities.
The place to go to to read about some of the key developments in the field of data analytics.
New update: National Competency Framework survey
Information on the various learning and development opportunities available through our partner organisations.
Connect with other members of the profession.
Access libraries, case studies and blogs.
Below are some of the organisations with which we work closely:
AnalystX is a platform provided by NHS England and NHS Improvement. It connects and empowers data and analytics communities across the health and care system, providing a safe space for professionals to collaborate. Its aim is to change the way data and analytics professionals work together to deliver analysis and insight to provide a single version of the truth, in a rapidly evolving situation.
Please note: you will need a username to AnalystX on the FutureNHS collaboration platform to access the materials.
AphA (Association of professional healthcare analysts)
AphA aims to raise the profile of and represent the voice of health and care analysts as recognised and respected industry professionals and experts. This is done through providing a professional framework and an established support network.
NHS-R is an open-source programming language, a powerful, free open source data science and statistics environment. It is used in industry, academia and major corporations. Its use within the NHS is patchy. The NHS-R community aims to support the learning, application and exploitation of R within the NHS.
Health Education England
Health Education England (HEE) supports the delivery of excellent healthcare and improvement to patients and the public across England. Its goal is to deliver the best possible future workforce to meet tomorrow's health and care needs.