Tech is it’s own speciality, clinicians “dipping into tech” is not effective

Over the last couple of days I have been speaking to clinicians who have ideas for tech. They want to see clinicians lead tech innovation and they want to see more of it. Sound exciting right? However, there seems to be a naive way of looking at tech. There are clinicians out there who want … Continue reading Tech is it’s own speciality, clinicians “dipping into tech” is not effective

Clinicians innovating with tech is like teen sex, everyone’s talking about, few do it.

Sitting down with a coffee whilst skimming through my LinkedIn and Twitter feed has become a morning ritual for me. It's a great way to get pumped for the day. Many clinicians and NHS academics share articles about big data, coding and how the future of clinical innovation with bright with tech. But before you think … Continue reading Clinicians innovating with tech is like teen sex, everyone’s talking about, few do it.

5 reasons why coding and tech innovation made me a happier person

In hindsight being 100% clinical made me depressed. I like many other clinicians weren't happy and chalked it up to not enough government funding, stress and lack of support. Whilst there are reasonable criticisms of how the NHS treats it's a slippery slope. What's dangerous is focusing too much on how the government treats the NHS … Continue reading 5 reasons why coding and tech innovation made me a happier person

Want to dip your toe into tech innovation? Forget smartphone app development

It's great that so many doctors and nurses want to get involved in tech innovation. There are clearly loads of areas that apps can improve. Work flow and communication is begging to be streamlined and doctors and nurses have to insight to solve these problems. However, there is one thing I have to point out … Continue reading Want to dip your toe into tech innovation? Forget smartphone app development