This editor has been so time starved of late that blogging has proved impossible. However the information has continued to come in so here is a selection of the most important:
CUHTec – effective Wednesday 1 April 2015, CUHTec is now being hosted by Coventry University Health Design & Technology Institute (HDTI). A new website is up and running where you can book courses online.
Telehealth Quality Group – the website for the International Code of Practice for Telehealth service, previously known as TeleSCoPE, should go live on 22 April at midday, in synchrony with Malcolm Fisk starting his presentation on same at MedeTel.
Testbeds – there’s a most interesting NHS England initiative, whereby NHS units are being asked to put themselves up as trial sites for entrepreneurs to use as testbeds for innovative ways of providing care. The AHSNs will play a key role in brokering testbed and innovator.
Growth spaces for life sciences – an organisation calling itself the London Stansted Cambridge Consortium (LSCC) will be launching its report t an event on 23rd April. More details here. They even have a “London Stansted Cambridge Corridor” – makes a change from Silicon Fen!
Call for evidence for mHealth – see my blog on the DHACA website (free membership may be sign-up necessary) on this and related regulatory mHealth topics DHACA is engaged with.