|#||List of team members (comma delimited)||Twitter handles (if you want us to plug you) (in same order as column A if possible)||Project title||Description||Presentation URL||Code URL||Please confirm you're happy for your pitch to be cut off after 60 seconds! (Negotiable if English isn't your first language etc)||Are you happy for your pitch to be filmed?||Anything else you want us to know?|
|e.g.||Helen Jackson||@DeckOfPandas||Helen's Worldchanging Project||This project helps me get round problem X by doing Y. This is useful specifically when I want to achieve Z. In the future, it would be even better if it could do Y-dash too.||http://one.click.away||http://one.click.away||Yes||Yes|
|1||Adhiraj Joglekar, Omer Moghraby, Tom Ridd, Ryan Hawthorne, Matt Stibbs, Alex Jackson||@mattstibbs, @moghraby, @lexij, @ThomasRidd||CAMHS Bed Finder||As a clinician trying to find a mental health bed for my patient, I currently have to manually ring around hospitals until I find one free - this can take several hours. This project demonstrates how this friction might be reduced for bed-seekers, bed-providers, and NHS England who oversee mental health bed allocations nationally.||http://nhshd-bed-finder.github.io/bed-finder/#overview-page||https://bedfinder-dashboard.herokuapp.com|
|2||Ali Abdaal, Sam Kleeman, David Owen, Rebecca Smittenaar, Andrew Soltan, Piotr Tham, Rachel Tham, Jonathan Ramirez, countless others who have since disappeared||Metatrial||Quickly and easily compare primary evidence -- it's like an automatic (and simplified) meta-analysis!||http://220.127.116.11/||https://github.com/thampiotr/nhshackday2016, https://gist.github.com/samkleeman1/aac7baadbc1a7b5cbe11ba3f52109679||Yes||Yes|
|4||Carys Morgan, Stuart, Calumfirstname.lastname@example.org||Online Patient Feedback||Online Patient Feedback||https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1D9ByPr1GYZYGZneGW2cri20ndaF0G7Qo7ts6qUdOcUo/edit?usp=sharing|
Free English Medical Spell Checking Dictionary
|This project helps clinicians quickly write up accurate notes by making it really easy to install a medical spell checking dictionary.|
Over the weekend, we found an existing dictionary and then created installers and documentation for the most common applications clinicians use. We've solved the problem for Word, Outlook, IE (recent versions) and anything running on OS X.
We've set up the project to help the community to keep improving it. In the future, we'd like to see a more comprehensive dictionary, support for a greater range of applications and to iron out issues in the installers/documentation.
|5||Chris Symeon, John Holcroft, David Voong, Jack Bush, Amy Nelson, Karale Abhishek||@chris_sym, @jackbush, @amypknelson, @karaleabhishek||CBT Interactive||Patients diagnosed with Functional Neuorlogical Disorders often have to wait up to one year for specialist treatment. This app provides education, monitoring and intervention using the CBT model, to promote recovery before admission.|
|Yes||Yes||Thank you for an amazing weekend!|
|6||Cyrus Razavi, Hafiz Azman||@DrTechnophile, @7thbeat||Simulation Cast||Online collaborative simulation training. Train with your colleagues on critical situations, where-ever you are||http://10.75.193.96:3000|
|7||Jakob Mathiszig-lee, Fred Kingham, Kristian Glass, Mike Thompson, Marcus Baw, Jack Farley, Colin Wren, Tim Knowles||@willtube4food, @fredkingham, @doismellburning, @mikejthompson, @marcus_baw, @the3lectricwiz, @colinwren, @knowlesarian||Digital Anaesthetic Chart||A digital anaesthetic chart that auto populates observation data from a real life anaesthetic monitor! Allows for documenting drugs and procedures||https://www.dropbox.com/s/25eybglix54ddmj/Daily%20Pollute.pdf?dl=0||https://github.com/anaesthetic-health-chart||yes||yes|
Keith Grimes, Becky Rush, Ali Versi, Helen Cherry, Reno Marcello, Charlotte Zhao, Daniel Ortiz Olivares, Musaddiq Gangji
@keithgrimes, @brainfoodinator, @rushlet_, @cherrysouth, @renomarcello, @musaddiqg
|Virtual Analgesia||PHantom Limb Pain (PLP) affects up to 70% of all amputees. Mirror therapy has been used to help alleviate this painful and distressing complication with some success, and Virtual Reality has been explored as a novel method of augmenting this. We have looked at several methods of using off-the-shelf technology to deliver VR Mirror Therapy for use in Primary Care, and have captured our findings on www.virtualanalgesia.net.||http://www.virtualanalgesia.net||n/a||I thought it was 3 minutes?||YES||No|
Max Wylde, Chris Emerson, Mark Hope
On Screen Instant Friend (OSIF)
|Emergency video assistance for vulnerable children and adults. Automatically detects falls and instantly connects the user to a contact centre or carer. According to WHO figures, every year 424,000 people around the world die as the result of a fall and a further 37.3 million people require medical attention after falling. The On-screen Instant Friend application detects that a fall has occurred and instantly connects the user with a contact centre or carer, who can then check if the patient is ok. Additional sensors could be fitted to the patient to feed back their current health status, orientation and location using bluetooth beacons placed around the home. The application could also be extended to help people with Dementia or severe learning disabilities who could use the app to get reassurance if they run into difficulties, walk out of the house or get lost. iPhones are already being used to track missing people using the Find my Phone feature, so adding an instant video connection could help locate missing vulnerable adults and children, or call them back if they have wandered off.|
|10||Michael Marks, Meredydd Luff, Nigel Flack, Victor Ajayi, Simon Chapman, Kevin Percival, David, Miller, Oskar Pearson, Piete Sartain||Outbreak||An rapid deployable EMR for usage in remote field hopsitals where there is no infrastructure that utilises not technical expertise to deply and no tech support to maintain.|
|11||Sam Winward, Samuel Hockham, Connell Locke, Alice Gutteridge, Amar Raja, Sebastiano Ferraris ,||@guttereejy, @amarraja, @shockham, @samwinward||Banish the bleep||Bleeps are a disruptive, stressful, inefficient means of communication.|
We created a prototype portal that allows staff to notify teams about
non-urgent tasks. Doctors can recieve and respond to these notifications
on their smartphones. This improves communication and prevents
unecessary doctorus interruptus.
|12||Tom Doel, Alan Gabbianelli, Ayesha Garrett, Brad Matthews, Camilla Bruun, Efthymios Maneas, Michael Ebner, Ritu Saini, Tom Bradley||@tomdoel, @alangabbianelli, @londonlime, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~, ~||Daily Pollute||High air pollution makes headlines, but even at "safe" levels, long-term exposure can have major health impacts. How can we give people tools to better understand and manage their exposure risk? Daily Pollute is a smartphone app that collates personal pollution exposure using open data for air quality. This data can help individuals understand their personal pollution exposure and help with the clinical management of respiratory conditions. Increased awareness of localised pollution hotspots could also push government bodies to improve air quality.||https://www.dropbox.com/s/25eybglix54ddmj/Daily%20Pollute.pdf?dl=0||https://github.com/DailyPollute/|
Tony Hunt, Mike Edwards, Vivek Verma
|@technotone||HL7 Integration Engine||Can we create HL7 routes, with transformations, easily using Node.JS and can they be "containerised" using Docker? Is it a suitable alternative to the traditional monolithic solutions?|
This was more of a learning experience and a proof of concept/feasibility study.
|14||Wai Keong Wong, Mark Sinclair, Jamie Neil, Matt Hartley, Nathanael Yong||@wai2k, --, --, @MattMHartley, @nathyong||BloodFlow||A modern blood test flowsheet solution that allows clinicians to better understand and see trends in blood test results. Data feed is being fed using a HL7 FHIR API based on realistic patient data undergoing chemotherapy for blood cancers.||https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1RwxfOW-YeZn6yDvThiB94wBVN09JTNf1p9UvQ1ldqj4/edit?usp=sharing|