A research collaboration with the Glasgow Centre of Population Health, Medical Research Council and NHS Health Scotland, investigating new methods of generating “near real time” insights about citizen's lives to inform policy responses and to test the feasibility of a dynamic longitudinal panel. GSA led the design and development of the system utilising co-design processes and involving users and policy stakeholders to inform the tools for engagement and data capture. The 6 month RHRN pilot study recruited 180 individuals living in Glasgow to take part as Community Researchers (CRs), receiving weekly questions, covering a range of social and public health issues.

The pilot study informed new approaches into setting up a dynamic fast responding data collection, interpretation and dissemination process providing unbiased, comparable and longitudinal insights of how people live.

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