On site to groups of 6 or more at their place of work.
During the COVID pandemic all courses are delivered online.
Although all courses are open to any applicant, the online courses are especially suitable for those outside the UK and are designed to be independent of any particular healthcare system. The language of all courses is English.
René Spronk, HL7/IHE/DICOM Trainer, Ringholm bv
René has been providing HL7 training all around Europe since 2001. He has first hand experience in implementing HL7 versions 2 and 3, and is the author of the majority of the training course materials.
Rik Smithies, Consultant, NProgram Ltd
Rik is one of the UK’s leading FHIR experts. He is the Technical Chair of HL7 UK and acts as technical liaison between HL7 International and HL7 UK on FHIR and other technical issues.
Mirjam Baltus, HL7/FHIR Trainer/Consultant, Fire.ly, The Netherlands
Mirjam is a trainer and software and support engineer at Firely and has extensive experience in developing and teaching ICT courses. Since 2013, she has held several talks on FHIR and has presented FHIR related training courses and workshops in several European countries and the US.
Each participant will be provided with handouts containing all materials covered in the training as well as other support materials and downloads.
For further information or to register your interest in future courses please email email@example.com.
We also run the following courses when there is sufficient demand:
All courses except the FHIR Overview are now organised on a Europe-wide basis. These have a standard price of £1095 (~€1195).
The DICOM/HL7/IHE Standards Overview course is shorter and priced at £645 (~€699)
The FHIR Overview course is organised and run by HL7 UK. The standard price is £1095, with discounts available for HL7 UK members and NHS staff.
Note that all course will be charged and invoiced in GBP. Your bank or credit card provider will convert to your local currency at their standard rate.
See the booking page for each course for price details.
“I recently attended HL7 UK’s two day training course on the Interoperability Toolkit and I’d strongly recommend it to anyone working in the field of healthcare integration. In Rene Spronk, HL7 have secured a course presenter of global standing in this field and reflecting the breadth of his knowledge, the course ranges widely over the HL7 and IHE and roots of the ITK. In fact, I’d say the course is worth attending just for that (though knowledge of HL7 v2 is assumed). Moreover, even if you think that ITK has no relevance to you, I’d suggest you attend if only to challenge your preconceptions. I think you might be surprised, as I was, at the potential scope of ITK, which is now a very substantial and pretty impressive body of work. The biggest challenge is in fact finding your way around the documentation and this is something the course specifically focuses on. The IT strategy of every NHS organisation of any size should reference the ITK in some degree. If you’re in any doubt about how you would do that, I recommend that you attend this course”
David Bowen, EPR Programme Manager Great Ormond Street Hospital
“I found the ITK training course to be very informative; enabling me to far better understand the architecture of the ITK and make better use of the materials available. I now feel that Amor Group can progress a strategy towards accreditation bringing a number of advantages to us. I would recommend this course to anyone who is about to embark on implementing of the ITK.”