The following dataset provides the results of the Joined Up Leeds Survey and the final report.

Joined Up Leeds was developed as a two-week period of conversations taking place across the city in which citizens discussed how their health and wellbeing data could and should be shared, the benefits of sharing, the concerns they have, and how information could be used for the benefit of people in Leeds.

Brainbox Research, a health and social research organisation in Leeds, was commissioned to undertake a project that both engaged citizens in Leeds in a conversation about information sharing in the city and explored their beliefs about how information about them could be used.

Last Update
7 years ago  
Geographic Coverage
Yorkshire and Humber
Attribution Statement
"[Insert title], (c) Leeds City Council, [insert year of publication], [insert hyperlink to document (where accessed)]. This information is licensed under the terms of the Open Government Licence."
Service Area
Health advice
Health well-being and care
Next Review Date
10th August 2016
4 files
Final Report (984.03 kB)Aug 2015

Project methodology and analysis of results

Survey Text (813.39 kB)Aug 2015

Response text

Survey Codes (282.92 kB)Aug 2015

Response codes

Survey Questions (813.39 kB)Aug 2015

Joined Up Leeds Questions