In the world of Healthcare IT, Business Analysts are the problem solvers and bridge builders acting as a conduit between clinicians, technicians and developers. They make sure everyone is on the same page, and the right tools are delivered to the right people. 

We speak with Fiona Churchill, Senior Business Analyst for NHS Wales Informatics Service and Suzanne Rodgers, Head of Clinical Informatics and Business Analysis Programs for NHS Wales Informatics Service about the role they and their teams toward the delivery of healthcare IT. 

Transcripts of this episode are available in both Welsh and English

The Wales Institute of Digital Information (WIDI) is a collaboration between University of Wales Trinity Saint David and the NHS Wales Informatics Service providing the skills and training for the next generation of healthcare IT graduates. WIDI’s apprenticeship program allows students to get valuable work experience while finishing their university degree.

We’re with two apprentices to talk about how this training has helped fuel their careers. Katie Rees - Software Support Officer and Ben Atkins - Client Services IT Support Officer, both now working in NHS Wales. 

Transcripts of this podcast are available in Welsh and English

When we use "evidence," how do we know it contains the information and facts we need?

We speak with Welsh Government's Digital Librarian, Steven Gregory and Rachel Sully, Librarian Specialist at NHS Wales e-Library for Health.

Transcripts of this episode are available in both Welsh and English.

Clinical coders in Wales are going digital - moving their beloved reference books from paper to electronic formats. 

We talk with Karen Windsor - NHS Wales Informatics Service National Clinical Coding Audit Programme Lead and Richard Burdon - NHS Wales Informatics Service Classifications Standards Manager about these changing times.

Transcripts of this episode are available in both Welsh and English.

 

As more digital devices like mobile phones and tablets are used toward patient care, are clinicians at greater risk of spreading germs between healthcare settings?

We speak with Dr Emma Hayhurst, Molecular Microbiologist in the Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science at the University of South Wales on the importance of cleaning mobile devices. Transcripts of this episode are available in both Welsh and English.

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