Applying your coding skills in the NHS

As the average household computing power increases, computing power cost decreases. As the Internet and high level programming evolves more and more non-traditional developers are learning code and using it to increase their productivity in their jobs. It’s no secret that more and more doctors are becoming interested in coding, tech development and software implementation.…

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Just learning code isn’t enough

My combination of clinical experience, physics/engineering education, coding skills and releasing an app has put me on a collision course with many conversations with doctors on coding. There seems to be a common theme arising from them. They want to learn code, they want to develop fancy programs and they want to be good at…

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Why Machine learning in Medicine?

During my clinical career in emergency medicine, I have made the transition to physics graduate, computer programmer and mathematical modeller. Working with doctors and nurses on the front line whilst doing this has given me the insight as to how front line clinicians view certain concepts. There’s a general misunderstanding on what a physics degree…

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