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12/03/2018

Farr Short Courses 2018 Overview

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18/08/2017
30/04/2017

UCL Health Informatics Programme Overview

An overview of the UCL Health Informatics programme in under 2 minutes..!

16/03/2017

NEWS FLASH - EARLY-BIRD REGISTRATION EXTENDED
Early-bird registration will now be available for all courses, including "Applying Next Generation Genetic Sequence Data to Understanding Human Disease" and more, until midday on 3 April 2017!
Learn more at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/farr-short-courses/programme

17/05/2016

Direction to an Internet Support Group Compared With Online Expressive Writing for People With...

Publication: How effective are internet support groups for people with depression and anxiety?
Internet support groups covering health and well-being are popular: tens of millions of people or more use them around the world. Many focus on mental health problems, particularly depression and anxiety. However, it is not clear if such groups are helpful for everyone. As part of his PhD at UCL, Jeremy Dean conducted a randomised controlled trial online to investigate.
Read more at http://mental.jmir.org/2016/2/e12/

Direction to an Internet Support Group Compared With Online Expressive Writing for People With... Original PaperDirection to an Internet Support Group Compared With Online Expressive Writing for People With Depression And Anxiety: A Randomized TrialJeremy Dean1, PhD ; Henry WW Potts2, PhD ; Chris Barker1, PhD 1Department of Clinical, Educational, and Health Psychology, University College Londo...

S*x differences in medico-legal action against doctors: a systematic review and meta-analysis 14/08/2015

S*x differences in medico-legal action against doctors: a systematic review and meta-analysis

New publication explores s*x differences in rates of medico-legal action against doctors: Unwin E, Woolf K, Wadlow C, Potts HWW, Dacre J (2015). S*x differences in medico-legal action against doctors: A systematic review and meta-analysis. BMC Medicine, 13, 172. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7015/13/172
If you have a view, why not join the Discussion over at the New Reddit Journal of Science: https://www.reddit.com/r/science/comments/3gtynr/male_doctors_are_more_likely_to_have_legal_action/

S*x differences in medico-legal action against doctors: a systematic review and meta-analysis The relationship between male s*x and poor performance in doctors remains unclear, with high profile studies showing conflicting results. Nevertheless, it is an important first step towards understanding the causes of poor performance in doctors. This article aims to establish the robustness of the…

UCL IHI Taught Graduate Programmes Open Evening 23/06/2015

UCL IHI Taught Graduate Programmes Open Evening

If you haven't already registered, now is the time to sign up for the UCL Institute of Health Informatics open evening, where you can learn more about the programme and what it could offer you... http://ucl-ihi-open-evening.eventbrite.com/?aff=fbhi

UCL IHI Taught Graduate Programmes Open Evening This open evening event will provide people considering joining one of the Institute of Health Informatics (IHI) taught postgraduate courses with an opportunity to find out more about the programmes, about the Institute and about student life at UCL. We offer a range of taught graduate opportunities…

340 £10,000 bursaries available for Master’s study at UCL 05/03/2015

340 £10,000 bursaries available for Master’s study at UCL

UCL has been awarded around 340 £10,000 bursaries to encourage students from under-represented groups to embark on a postgraduate qualification, with funding from HEFCE and UCL jointly. Read more at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/students/022015/022015-20022015-masters-bursaries and please pass on the news to anyone you think might be interested.

340 £10,000 bursaries available for Master’s study at UCL UCL News provides the latest news and information from London's Global University

Publication: Supporting thinking on sample sizes for thematic analyses: a quantitative tool 13/02/2015

Publication: Supporting thinking on sample sizes for thematic analyses: a quantitative tool

New Publication: Supporting thinking on sample sizes for thematic analyses: a quantitative tool
A new paper by Andy Fugard (UCL Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology) and Henry Potts (UCL CHIME) offers a tool to support thinking on sample sizes for interview studies.
Read more at http://goo.gl/yJK4ea

Publication: Supporting thinking on sample sizes for thematic analyses: a quantitative tool A new paper by Andy Fugard (UCL Clinical, Educational & Health Psychology) and Henry Potts (UCL CHIME) offers a tool to support thinking on sample sizes for interview studies.

02/02/2015

"Harnessing Electronic Health Records for Research" Short Course Programme now open for booking at http://www.ucl.ac.uk/farr-short-courses
Courses include:
* Answering Clinical Questions with Health Records (2 days)
* Using Primary Care EHRs for Research
* Hospital Episode Statistics
* Phenotyping Linked Primary and Secondary Care EHR Data
* National Registries: from Audit to Research
* Hospital Patient Records for Audit and Research
* Genomics and E-health Research
* Visualising Health Informatics Research
* SQL for Biomedical Researchers
* Public Trust and Public Engagement (2 days)
* Information Governance
* Designing Apps
* Record Linkage

Publication: Who edits Wikipedia on health, and what motivates them to do it? 03/12/2014

Publication: Who edits Wikipedia on health, and what motivates them to do it?

New publication: Who edits health content in Wikipedia, and what motivates them to do it? http://goo.gl/Wb2ege

Publication: Who edits Wikipedia on health, and what motivates them to do it? Wikipedia has become one of the most accessed online sources of health information, with over 25,000 articles pertaining to health in English alone. Wikipedia’s health content is used by the public, but also by medical students, physicians and other health care professionals - around 5 billion page…

Publication: The design of a survey questionnaire to measure perceptions and behaviour during an... 14/11/2014

Publication: The design of a survey questionnaire to measure perceptions and behaviour during an...

New publication on the design of surveys to measure public perceptions and behaviour during infectious pandemics - http://goo.gl/7FHOZ9

Publication: The design of a survey questionnaire to measure perceptions and behaviour during an... This study, published in November 2014 by the NHS National Institute for Health Research, (Rubin GJ, Bakhshi S, Amlôt R, Fear N, Potts HWW, Michie S (2014). The design of a survey questionnaire to measure perceptions and behaviour during an influenza pandemic: The Flu TElephone Survey Template (FluT…

Symposium on Using Information in Management Decision-Making |  UCL UCL CHIME 14/01/2013

Symposium on Using Information in Management Decision-Making | UCL UCL CHIME

Symposium on Using Information in Management Decision-Making

http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/chime/2011/08/16/symposium-on-using-information-in-management-decision-making/

Symposium on Using Information in Management Decision-Making | UCL UCL CHIME On the 15th September UCL is hosting a symposium to explore how healthcare managers can make better use of information. We have confirmed presentations from Professor Sir Brian Jarman, Professor Terry Young, Dr James Mountford and other high profile thinkers and leaders from industry and the NHS as ...

New paper published: Does the inclusion of ‘professional development’ teaching improve medical stude 14/01/2013

New paper published: Does the inclusion of ‘professional development’ teaching improve medical stude

New paper published: Does the inclusion of ‘professional development’ teaching improve medical students’ communication skills?

http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/chime/2011/06/27/new-paper-published-does-the-inclusion-of-professional-development-teaching-improve-medical-students-communication-skills/

New paper published: Does the inclusion of ‘professional development’ teaching improve medical stude MB BS courses have changed considerably in recent years. There has been a greater focus on professional development, cross-cutting skills beyond the traditional curriculum. It has yet to be established what is the best way of teaching the likes of communication skills.

Another big government computer programme, another damning report |  UCL UCL CHIME 14/01/2013

Another big government computer programme, another damning report | UCL UCL CHIME

Another big government computer programme, another damning report

http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/chime/2011/02/01/another-big-government-computer-programme-another-damning-report/

Another big government computer programme, another damning report | UCL UCL CHIME The Commons Public Accounts Committee released today a damning report of HM Revenue and Customs’ new National Insurance and PAYE Service (NPS) system. It describes huge backlogs and budget over-runs. The story is all too familiar, as Margaret Hodge, Chair of the Committee, acknowledged. Implementati...

The Digested Read: Every PhD in Health Informatics |  UCL UCL CHIME 14/01/2013

The Digested Read: Every PhD in Health Informatics | UCL UCL CHIME

The Digested Read: Every PhD in Health Informatics.

http://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/chime/2010/11/10/the-digested-read-every-phd-in-health-informatics/

The Digested Read: Every PhD in Health Informatics | UCL UCL CHIME No one has time to read other people’s PhD theses. So, inspired by the Guardian’s Digested Read column, we’ve decided to publish succinct – very succinct – summaries of the major categories of Health Informatics PhD.

28/06/2010

CHIME News

Key NHS IT Programmes – UCL report

CHIME News The Centre for Health Informatics and Multiprofessional Education was established in 1995, as a joint initiative of UCL and the Whittington Hospital NHS Trust. It undertakes research and provides undergraduate and postgraduate education in information and quality management, to support clinical prac...

UCL CHIME  » Blog Archive   » Java example code of common similarity algorithms, used in data mining 28/06/2010

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Java example code of common similarity algorithms, used in data mining

Java example code of common similarity
algorithms, used in data mining

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Java example code of common similarity algorithms, used in data mining I am currently researching record linkage techniques and so had to remind myself of the some of the algorithms used in and around the area to help evaluate the products I have at my disposal. This work has been undertaken as part of the DHICE project at UCL, funded by the Wellcome Trust.

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Data-mining: it’s all about the data 26/05/2010

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Data-mining: it’s all about the data

Data-mining:
it’s all about the data

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Data-mining: it’s all about the data Marooned in NY last week, I made the trek uptown for a meeting at Columbia. It was about data-mining which isn’t really my field, and I might not have gone if the circumstances had been different. It was ...

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Who decides what we can afford in healthcare technology? 07/04/2010

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Who decides what we can afford in healthcare technology?

Who decides what we can afford in healthcare technology?

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » Who decides what we can afford in healthcare technology? Both the major parties acknowledge the need to cut public spending after the election. Neither talks as if cuts are planned to NHS budgets. However, the NHS has always, in its 60 year history, enjoyed real-term increases in spending. ...

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » CHIME in UCL Eprints chart (December 2009) 01/02/2010

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » CHIME in UCL Eprints chart (December 2009)

CHIME in UCL Eprints chart (December 2009)

UCL CHIME » Blog Archive » CHIME in UCL Eprints chart (December 2009) The December 2009 top downloads from UCL Eprints is now available: the review on electronic patient records co-written by Henry Potts and Pippa Bark with Trish Greenhalgh et al. in Milbank Quarterly is ...

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