Really good 1hr overview video from the Oxford Internet Institute to the Goldacre Morley report, gov initial response, and some good Q&A.
What does NHS-R and what can it do in the future?
- Community building
- Drop in sessions
- Regular updates on GitHub issues and work triage
- More involvement of and communication with fellows
- Regular, structured communication programme featuring tweets, blogs, and podcasts
- Experiential learning
- Mentoring scheme
- NHS data science accelerator
- Run and co-run NHS-R training
- NHS-R solutions can include a component where training/ supervising/ assisting the team delivering them is included
- Writing code, software, and training
- Offer an “out of the box” NHS-R solution where software is provided to organisations that request it
- Contributing to policy
Going to have a bit of a push towards version 0.2 by conference time.
Any users who have quibbles / potential bugs, now’s the time to talk / raise issues / get them understood and addressed.
Auto-rebasing. Discussion about pros and cons https://github.com/nhs-r-community/NHSRplotthedots/issues/151
Any users who have some time to help with writing material for a training workshop?
Drop in session
was a great success, next one early August TCB for details see #announcements in Slack
Great for learning, this is a curated list of screencasts following #tidytuesday solutions, indexed in various ways so you can find the things that might interest you, or that you want to learn about.
Big Book of R https://www.bigbookofr.com/
Demand and capacity
Very early days, some code here https://github.com/nhs-r-community/shinyDemand . Join the #demand-and-capacity channel on Slack to get involved
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