The Digital Health Developer Conference is a new educational event for developers working across all parts of health and care, or wanting to work in the area. By attending the Developer Conference you will gain a practical understanding and implementation of new health technologies, real-world NHS service integration, and overcoming the tricky corners of health IT.
Whether you’re in a health tech start-up or NHS provider learning to connect to the NHS Spine, or work in an established vendor looking for clinical UX insights, our hands-on conference on 4 March 2020 at Olympia National will have something for everyone.
- What we’ve learned in running an apprenticeship programme for Software Engineering – Senior developer and team leader Eva M. Barabas from NHS Digital
- Getting started developing with an openEHR Clinical Data Repository – Ian McNicoll from openEHR Foundation
- Getting started with FHIR – Laurence Pakenham-Smith
- ‘How can I Integrate with the NHS App?’ – The NHS App delivery team
- Adventures in Medical User eXperience – Dave Pao from The Royal College of Art
- Rewiring the Health IT Landscape with the QEWD HIT platform – Rob Tweed, developer, M/Gateway & Ripple
- Open Source the WHY: Open Source is the Only Way for Medicine; and the HOW: how to open source my App and still have a business – Dr Marcus Baw
- The OPAL Framework – a rapid app development framework for healthcare – David Miller, associate director of data optimisation, NHS Digital
Note: all talks are subject to variation as the programme is finalised