NHS-R Community Conference

25 October 2021

NHS-R Conference 2021

The NHS-R Community is running its fourth annual conference during the first two weeks of November 2021. The conference promotes the use of R in the NHS and takes place virtually.

Including a diverse range of brilliant speakers and interactive discussions, the conference has a clear focus on data analysis and the use of R.

Extended Workshops

The Health Economics Unit is delighted to be involved in the conference, with Bruno Petrungaro and Santosh Kumar presenting during the Extended Workshops on Wednesday 1 and Thursday 2 December.

Full programme details:

Visit the NHS- R Community website for further information and details on how to register.

Back to 2020

During the 2020 Conference Andi Orlowski and Bruno were part of the 41 inspiring sessions delivered by 62 speakers covering the latest developments in R, it’s impact in Healthcare Data analytics and how it is being used to help with the fight against Covid-19.

You can relive their session covering Causal Inference in Population Health Management, recorded November 2020.

View our events page to see all of the other fantastic events we are involved in.


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