During December 2018 SymlConnect secured a further student placement through the GoWales Scheme. Luke Hengstenberg is a third year Computer Science degree student studying at Swansea Univeristy. SymlConnect were suitably impressed with Luke’s positive ‘can do’ attitude, he was able to immediately start working on an ongoing project working individually and alongside our in-house development team, and effectively contributed to internal development meetings.
Lukes contribution to the project whilst he was with us pre-Christmas was invaluable, SymlConnect will undoubtedly maintain strong communications and encourage future work opportunities with Luke. The entire SymlConnect Team would like to wish Luke all the very best with his studies.
Our review of the GoWales student placement process can be viewed within the following video:
We are delighted to announce that SymlConnect Ltd won the industry award for Partnership with the NHS at the MediWales Innovation Awards 2018, held at the National Museum Cardiff on December 4th.
The award was presented in recognition of our All Wales Maternity Record application, a digital version of the paper-based maternity form was produced after two years of partnership with midwives in Powys. Continue reading “MediWales Innovation Awards 2018”
Following on from presenting at the UKHealthTech Conference 2018 and accepting a MediWales Innovation Award on the 4th December, SymlConnects CEO Dr Sabarna Mukhopadhyay flew to Brussels to present details of our digital healthcare software products and Celtic Advanced Life Science Innovation Network (CALIN) Microneedles project. Continue reading “SymlConnect CEO presents at CALIN seminar in Brussels”
Dr Sabarna Mukhopadhyay, CEO of SymlConnect Ltd presented at the UKHealthTech Conference 2018, held at the Cardiff Park Plaza on December 4th.
Sabarna discussed the identified needs and reasoning behind our approach to innovative digital healthcare software development, topics included seamless integration with clinical systems, patient empowerment through the use of information technology, and how we bridge geographical distance through remote patient-clinician communication. Continue reading “UKHealthTech Conference 2018”