Data Relationship

    See the whole me

    We've heard this from LQBTQIA+ people, Young people, and people with a named condition.

    People might be part of several communities that intersect to give them a unique set of experiences that influence the care they want and need. They want to be understood holistically, be treated without judgment, and receive tailored support. They would like to be taken care of by a support network that can include AI, specialists, and peers that share their experiences.

    People with this data relationship said

    So what can we do?

    Designing for people with this relationship might mean pooling data from multiple sources to offer more holistic views of people, inputting data alongside a health worker who listens to your story and training doctors in the effective use of data. There may also be opportunities to build data-enabled support networks, or to encourage sharing of sensitive data such as sexual or mental health data if patients can chat with an AI, or if opportunities are provided to speak with a specialist.

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