BOB update - week 21 πŸ‚

Monday, September 07, 2020 |

This week's update on all things BOB comes from ChloΓ©


You can now upload documents to stories

Continuing with the rollout of new features on our writing engine, we're pleased to announce that you can now add files to your stories. Images and files in Word, PDF or Excel format can be uploaded in addition to responses to any question in the writing engine. All content is checked by our Quality Manager prior to going live, just to double check all is in order and there's nothing patient identifiable within the files. This update will really enhance the reader experience by providing even more detail that will help someone looking to do a similar project.

User testing sessions underway

Following our calls for NHS user testers we have been overwhelmed by the wonderful NHS staff wanting to get involved. Following some incredibly insightful sessions last week, this week we have five more in-depth sessions with NHS staff who are helping to validate the latest writing engine question set update - watch this space for more information on the rollout of the new questions!

GIANT Health Event - get involved!

As a recap on last week, we're chuffed to be back at GIANT Health Event 2020 – one of Europe’s largest health technology festivals. We'll be running a number of speaker sessions and awards under our track: Spread and scale: from one to many. Why not take a look around what we'll be up to here? Don't miss it - secure early bird tickets here.


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