News and events

Further training on SAGE campus

Dr Alessandra Vigilante (‘Omics lead) has launched a new training course on the SAGE campus platform. Introduction to Data Management is a four hour course for beginners. During this course you will learn various data management practices. It is an excellent start to help you manage your data for both work and research in an effective way.

Access to the SAGE campus is required. King’s College London staff and students all have access to this.

New Training is live

Over the month of June we added three new modules to our training, covering all our training pillars. For those wondering what Artificial Intelligence is and what it can do for healthcare then Demystifying AI is for you. This theory based module has lectures from leaders in the field. It is filled with interactive quizzes and case studies to help you learn.

In both our Health Data Science and ‘Omics pillar we have R modules. Introduction to R for Health Research will give you a comprehensive practical and theoretical overview of R, perfect for those with no coding background but some statistics knowledge already.

If you want a brief introduction to R to see if it right for you then Basic R with Data Carpentry will help you understand what R is and support you in your first steps of coding with parallel coding tutorials.

We are continually developing new modules and let all know as they are released.

NHS R Webinar

In May 2022 the King’s Innovation Scholars team gave a webinar for the NHS R community. If you missed it you can catch up now on the video recording on Youtube. During the webinar we shared the goals of the programme, and described the R training we offer. We have multiple R modules which are available now for you to start learning. If you are brand new to R and statistics check out Basic R with Data Carpentry If you still need an introductory level module but a little more in depth try Introduction to R for Health Research

NHS-R Community Webinar

May 2022

On Wednesday 18th May the Innovation Scholars Team will be presenting at the monthly NHS-R Community Webinar. Join us as we introduce the programme, and discuss how we can continue to support the use of R in the NHS.  

To sign up to the webinar use this Eventbrite link. To learn more about the NHS-R Community see their website here.