MAST User Group Sessions

Our virtual MAST user group sessions have been set up to assist with and answer any questions you may have as a MAST User. These sessions are completely free and run throughout the year. You can view all previous sessions by scrolling down the page and clicking on the recorded videos for each. You will also find details of how to register for future sessions at the bottom of this page.

MAST 'Ask Me Anything' - April 2020

Facilitators: Bruce Walton & Karla Batchelor

In this webinar, we will explore the role of behaviour in a safe system view, consider how and why behavioural approaches need to remain part of the toolbox.

This session will include content on:
  • The imperative to consider behaviour in a systematic approach
  • Moving beyond education as a response
  • Changes in thinking about culture & behaviour change
  • Frameworks to support behaviour change
  • Click the play button below to watch the session:

    MAST User Group - June 2020

    Facilitators: Bruce Walton & Tanya Fosdick

    This session includes the following themes:

    What does MAST deliver, and why?
  • What does MAST do?
  • Socio demographic profiling for behaviour change
  • Severity adjustment
  • Contributory factors
  • User support
  • Q&A and user feedback
  • Exploring the User Experience
  • Dashboards
  • Headliners
  • Maps
  • Report templates and custom reports
  • User survey
  • Q&A and user feedback
  • Priorities and Action Plan – open discussion
  • MAST wish list
  • Support needs
  • Training requirements
  • Update schedules
  • MAST user groups
  • Conclusions and takeaways
  • Click the play button below to watch the session:

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    MAST User Group - March 2022

    Facilitators: Bruce Walton

    This session includes the following themes:

    What does MAST deliver, and why?
  • What is MAST and what is it for?
  • What is in MAST?
  • Features
  • What's new and what's coming up?
  • Training and user support
  • MOSAIC
  • Deprivation and rurality
  • Measures for Adjusted severity
  • Contributory factors
  • Scotland – detailed Severity
  • Other Products
  • Q&A and user feedback
  • Click the play button below to watch the session:

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