Summer school for health informatics

The University of Western Sydney is holding the third in its annual health informatics summer school series next February.

The summer school consists of short courses in the week of February 4 to 8, 2013, each held as a full-day intensive workshop session.

The morning session will provide an introduction to the topic while the afternoon session will build on this with more advanced content.

Topics include:

  • Health informatics scope: basic concepts and principles
  • Recording health data: structure and representation
  • Using health information: clinical information systems
  • Improving clinical processes: systems and services
  • New models of care: integrated information systems.

The courses are aimed at clinical professionals such as doctors and nurses, healthcare administrators and support personnel, from clerical and managerial roles through to executives and policy makers, computing and information systems specialists and researchers and postgraduate students.

For more information, see the UWS School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics website.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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