A Social Network and MOOC for Health Informatics Professionals and Students
The final day of the CS@W conference started with a topic I was really anticipating as per a previous blog post. Ben Adams and Martin Raubal had indicated by email that CSML was a work in progress and a chat after their session emphasized the same. The existence of CSML and looking at some code examples holds great promise.
The motivation for their work stems from…Continue
Added by Peter Jones on June 25, 2012 at 12:06am — No Comments
After Oxford Drupal Education Camp this Friday-Saturday proceedings move on to a NE workshop.
If your focus is on person-centered health care then the volume of data involved that pertaining to the individual can be readily apprehended. At least the example of a single episode of care. Of course, there are exceptions, people who might be the subject of special case studies so complex…
Added by Peter Jones on June 24, 2012 at 11:41pm — No Comments
Well it is over and it was a great experience. So many thanks to the Drupal Oxford Group, Finn @finnlewis and the sponsors. The boxes are all ticked: the sessions, lunches, St Catherines' College surroundings and staff (excellent), and as ever the Drupal Community. Amongst many really good sessions ... Yesterday, Johan Gant listed the pros and cons of Migrating data into Drupal using the migrate module, when you might care to use it and when not. When not to use it is a definite take home (a…Continue
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In a New Zealand first, an electronic prescribing pilot launched in Dunedin Hospital in 2010 is being rolled out to all Southern DHB hospitals and will be introduced into hospitals throughout the country.
Health Minister Tony Ryall visited Dunedin Hospital today to talk with the…Continue