In full: The Scotsman's Data Capital September edition

“People don’t change because somebody’s thrown up some numbers in front of decision makers. Change happens through an emotive connection and the power of a story and lived experience, then taking that story and giving it power through evidence and insights,” says Manira Ahmad of Public Health Scotland.

The latest issue of The Scotsman’s Data Capital supplement heard from the chief officer of Public Health Scotland about the efforts her organisation is making to frame data to include and better serve the citizen, delivering the best possible outcomes.

The 12-page supplement also explored how data is the driving force behind the creation of a richer ‘data language’ to better support the non-hearing community.

In addition, Burness Paull’s David Goodbrand advised on how businesses can ensure information is an asset rather than a liability.

Manira Ahmad of Public Health Scotland

Here is the list of articles which featured in Data Capital.