Coding for Doctors 101 Workshop – 26th November 2016

Are you a medical professional who is curious about how others developed their own apps or web platforms as part of the exciting health tech revolution?

Do you have a real interest in coding for healthcare-related projects, but stuck on how to move forward with your plans?

Do you have CSS, HTML, mySQL, JAVA, PHP phobia, simply because they’re all acronyms you’re not yet familiar with?

Look no further!

After the resounding successes of the Coding 101 Workshop at the last Alternative Careers & Wellbeing Event for Doctors,Medic Footprints has teamed up with WeGotCoders and Health Foundry to present this exciting 1 day workshop on software development.

Our one day practical workshop aimed specficially at medical professionals will cover the following;

  • Insights into web development
  • Build your own app by the end of the day using HTML, CSS, JavaScript and APIs.
  • Network and receive advice on developing your own software
  • Signposting to recommended courses to further develop your skills

Bring your laptop!

You will best benefit from this course if you are a medic with a real interest in coding and have done some self-learning but are stuck at a place where you can’t move forward. However, all medics are welcome!

Please note, this workshop is only available for doctors and medical students. If there are any spaces left prior to the day we will open this up to the wider audience.

This is a non-for-profit event, hence Medic FootprintsWeGotCoders and Health Foundry are essentially running this event for FREE – however please note that the ticket cost is to cover refreshments & administrative expenses for the day.

No refunds allowed. Name transfers permissible

We have very limited places – so book soon!

Don’t get left behind! – tech is and will continue to be integral to the delivery of healthcare.

See you there for this exciting workshop!

 


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