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.

Confirmed Line-up

  • What we’ve learned in running an apprenticeship programme for Software Engineering – Senior developer and team leader Eve Castle from NHS Digital
  • Getting started developing with an openEHR Clinical Data Repository – Ian McNicoll from openEHR Foundation
  • Getting started with FHIR – Kevin Mayfield 
  • Turn plain HTML into an NHS-branded, accessibility-tested, brand-guidance-compliant NHS website in 30 minutes – The NHS Frontend team on their NHS UI kit
  • ‘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
  • Integrating with NHS Spine Services – The NHS Spine Team
  • QEWD.js – JavaScript-based, highly performant middleware, and ‘Using JSON to transform JSON to JSON!’ – Rob Tweed from The Ripple Foundation
  • Open Source is the Only Way for Medicine – Dr Marcus Baw
  • The OPAL Framework – David Miller, from Open Health Care UK will be talking about their OPAL Django/Python-based ‘batteries included’ framework for rapid development of healthcare apps
  • Medicalchain – Dave Ebbitt of ICO-funded will be showing off their really rather nice video-consultant platform

Note: all talks are subject to variation as the programme is finalised

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.

Confirmed Line-up

  • What we’ve learned in running an apprenticeship programme for Software Engineering – Senior developer and team leader Eve Castle from NHS Digital
  • Getting started developing with an openEHR Clinical Data Repository – Ian McNicoll from openEHR Foundation
  • Getting started with FHIR – Kevin Mayfield 
  • Turn plain HTML into an NHS-branded, accessibility-tested, brand-guidance-compliant NHS website in 30 minutes – The NHS Frontend team on their NHS UI kit
  • ‘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
  • Integrating with NHS Spine Services – The NHS Spine Team
  • QEWD.js – JavaScript-based, highly performant middleware, and ‘Using JSON to transform JSON to JSON!’ – Rob Tweed from The Ripple Foundation
  • Open Source is the Only Way for Medicine – Dr Marcus Baw
  • The OPAL Framework – David Miller, from Open Health Care UK will be talking about their OPAL Django/Python-based ‘batteries included’ framework for rapid development of healthcare apps
  • Medicalchain – Dave Ebbitt of ICO-funded will be showing off their really rather nice video-consultant platform

Note: all talks are subject to variation as the programme is finalised

 

Who is it for?

The conference is open to anyone working in health IT and the programme will be designed for developers, technical specialists, coding, standards and terminology specialists, designers, in-house NHS dev teams at NHS trust and national level, start-ups, students, junior clinicians, and UX specialists.

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