Digital Skills User Interviews – Have your Say

The Digitally Enabled Workforce team, within NHS Education for Scotland (NES), are working to support the development of digital skills and capabilities across the whole of Scotland’s health and social care workforce.  As part of this we want to make it easier to find and use online digital skills learning resources by centralising access to these on a single, easy to use, platform which will be available to everyone across health and social care.

To understand what people need and want from a platform like this, we are carrying out research interviews.  It is important that we hear from as many different roles across health and care as possible and would like to ask for your help with this.

Each interview will take approximately 50 minutes and can be conducted online or by telephone.  The interviews will include discussion about current digital skills, use of technology and learning experiences and take place between Monday 16 May and Friday 03 June.  They will be led by Hamish Linehan and Kate Penton-Voak who are employed by our partner agency – Capgemini – who commonly work with large organisations on user research like this.  Information given will be anonymised and used only for the purpose of this research project.

If you or a member of your team would like to take part in an interview, then please contact us by email at [email protected] and include:

  • Your name
  • Preferred method of interview (online/telephone)
  • Contact details (email/telephone number)

With interviews beginning next week we would greatly appreciate that names are submitted as soon as possible.

Thank you in advance.

Digitally Enabled Workforce Team

Last Updated on 20th May 2022 by Shanice