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.
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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