Medical-Objects to deliver SNOMED CT training in March

In late March, Health IT software company Medical-Objects will deliver a pair of "SNOMED CT and Decision Support" training courses in Brisbane and Sydney. To be held on 24th and 31st respectively, the one day seminars are broadly pitched and suitable for all health informaticians and Health IT industry participants.

The training courses will be delivered by Clinical Terminologist and GP Dr Peter Scott, and Dr Andrew McIntyre, a medical specialist and Director of Research and Development at Medical-Objects.

Course participants will receive an introduction to SNOMED CT and its role in the Australian Health IT landscape, SNOMED CT's application in electronic clinical guidelines and decision support, and guidance on how to create clinician-friendly Archetypes.

Full course details are available at the Medical-Objects website.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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