NHS Hack Day returns to Summer Schools 2018
Digital Health has partnered up with NHS Hack Day again to bring the full experience of NHS Hack Day to the Digital Health Summer Schools.
Tom’s digital disruptors: NHS Hack Day
NHS Hack Days puts people with problems and people with IT skills together in a room. But what is the lasting impact? Thomas Meek finds out ahead of the next NHS Hack Day next weekend.
Bradford Uni joins Code4Health community
The University of Bradford has become an NHS England Code4Health community, and will now act as a ‘hub’ for the development of courses and apps.
Teenager wins hack day award
An early warning score app created by a 16 year-old won ‘best app for improving clinicians’ lives’ at NHS Hack Day in Cardiff.
oPortfolio springs from NHS Hack Day
A project to create a free open source e-portfolio for junior doctors as an alternative to the NHS e-portfolio system has sprung out of NHS Hack Day.
Wireless access ‘essential’ – Kay
Junior doctors urgently need free access to wireless networks at work, NHS England’s clinical informatics director has said.
NHS Hack Day presses for free wi-fi
Two thirds of clinicians believe that having access to wi-fi would improve patient care, the first results of an ongoing nationwide survey on wi-fi in hospitals have suggested.
Junior doctors ‘invisible’ in NHS IT
Dr Wai Keong Wong has called on NHS managers and suppliers to engage with “invisible” junior doctors, and recognise them as the real forgotten users of many hospital systems.
Scrapbook put on firm Foundation
An app created at NHS Hack Day Oxford is now being developed in association with the Health Foundation.
Despite a lack of heating and a rather unreliable internet connection, spirits were high at NHS Hack Day, Oxford. Lis Evenstad reports.