Personal well-being data user event: Showcasing data and research
29 March 2017
Brettenham House, London
Personal well-being data have been collected by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) for over five years. This is part of their wider Measuring National Well-being programme which aims to measure what matters most to people in the UK. This half-day event, organised by ONS and the UK Data Service, brings the data producers and users together to share updates on the data and to showcase research that is being carried out using the data.
The programme contains a mixture of presentations from data producers, policy makers and researchers who use data from the ONS four personal well-being questions.
Links to the presentations are below, also see our Storify of the event.