Welcome to NHS-R Community

Together we aim to promote the use of R in the NHS.

so that we can help improve our health and social care system using open-source data science solutions.

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NHS-R conference workshops/webinars/talks Nov 2022 - What a great conference!

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Our Aim

To support the learning, application and exploitation of R in the NHS and care system

The absence of R at scale in the NHS, means that the NHS is unable to take advantage of the huge benefits of R including a worldwide R community which freely shares learning and resources.

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Our Solution

Build a friendly community around R that learns, shares, grows together

The NHS-R community aims to support the learning, application and exploitation of R in the NHS through workshops, video tutorials, discussions and a blog that covers tutorials and tips on R.

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Dr William Bryant

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Kate Cheema

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