1. Indispensable free (or value-for-money) software
    Herewith a summary of current software favourites from health informatician's comments received to date. We recommend you always read online reviews and visit sites such as www.techsupportalert.com for independent assessment of any software before

  2. Your skin, the waterproof touchscreen!
    We knew this technology was around but were still impressed to see it packaged in a product like this. Imagine it in the healthcare setting - gloves and fluids, no

  3. Open Pseudonymiser
    openpseudonymisation.org The University Of Nottingham has created a free open source standalone windows desktop application called OpenPseudonymiser which allows users to pseudonymise datasets by creating a digest of one or more columns of a CSV