Part of a series of technical posts describing specialist programmes and the concepts, methods and tools developed to deliver them.
After a rather marvellous weekend at NHS Hackday Cardiff 2015, I'm knackered. But, equally excited with the potential that emerged in just few hours by interacting some carbon with some silicon. Lindsey (coding witchcraft), Warren (sexy engineering), Michael (social inspiration), Jas (clinical rudder), Gareth (sense checking) and me (noisily interfering) worked on different bits of bringing a... Continue Reading →
Complexity and Public Health
I'm just stretching the WordPress muscles a few times to get used to it, so I thought that it would be best for me to set the tone ... Philosophically Speaking! We are taught that to make a decision we must gather all of the available evidence and then rationally and objectively calculate the correct... Continue Reading →