National Clinical Terminology Service Connectathon – Sydney

About this event

The Australian Digital Health Agency in collaboration with CSIRO, is hosting the sixth and seventh technical Connectathons on the National Clinical Terminology Service (NCTS) including the use of HL7's Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR®). A Connectathon will be held on 18 March 2019 in Sydney and repeated on 20 March 2019 in Melbourne – registrations close on 28 February 2019.

Please note that these are separate 1-day events (9am-5pm AEDT) held in two different locations.

Connectathons are practical events designed to help you connect with and use our terminology services and products such as Ontoserver® and Snapper. Experts will be available to troubleshoot and answer questions. At the end of the day, participants are encouraged to demonstrate what they have learnt and discuss any challenges or insights they had along the way. There is no charge to attend the NCTS Connectathon and catering is provided.

Who should attend?

The NCTS Connectathon is an event for developers, run by developers. The agenda will focus on: 

  • runtime integration of FHIR® terminology services 
  • conformant terminology server application (CTSA) infrastructure options and considerations
  • tooling and infrastructure required to support and use ConceptMaps and ValueSets
  • new content (as FHIR® resources) on the NCTS website.
  • other topics if requested.

How do I register?

To assist with venue set-up and catering, please register to enter your details in the registration form for the location you will attend by COB 28 February 2019.

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If participant numbers are low, the Sydney and Melbourne events may be combined into a single event.

For more information about these and future events, please contact our Help Centre: [email protected] or call 1800 901 001 (8AM - 5PM).

Monday, 18 March 2019 (All day)
Sydney, NSW, Australia
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