Thursday, 28 November 2013 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Thursday, 28 November 2013 - 2:00pm - 4:00pmThe University of Melbourne, Theatre 1. Alan Gilbert Building 161 Barry Street (cnr Grattan Street), Parkville, Vic.
Attendance is Free
Our public ‘Australasian e-Health Research Forum’ is an effective way to learn about, present and obtain input to Health Informatics and e-Health research work as well as communicate and share with other researchers in the field. The focus is on the exchange of information on current / planned research as well as networking research opportunities.
The format of the e-Health Research Forum consists of short 10-minute ‘research snippets’ that outline:
- completed research work
- research work in progress
- ideas for future projects to get feedback and find collaboration partners
The 4 ‘topic areas’ include:
- Health Informatics Research
- Health Informatics Education
- Advances in e-Health Technology
- E-health at the ‘coal face’
Register now below - and if you want to present a ‘research Snippet’ by emailing us at
Forum@ACHI.org.au with your title and topic area!
Updates and further information can be found here: http://www.achi.org.au/Meetings.htmAustralasian College of Health InformaticsForum@ACHI.org.auhttp://www.achi.org.au/Meetings.htm
Monday, 10 February 2014 (All day) - Friday, 14 February 2014 (All day)
Monday, 10 February 2014 (All day) - Friday, 14 February 2014 (All day)99 York St, Sydney NSW 2000.
Australian Health Informatics Summer School
The University of Western Sydney is holding the third in its annual health informatics summer school series at 99 York St, Sydney NSW 2000.
The summer school consists of short courses in the week of February 10 to 14, 2014, 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.
- 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 and early bird prices, see the UWS School of Computing, Engineering and Mathematics website. HEREhttp://www.uws.edu.au/scem/school_of_computing_engineering_and_mathematics/health_informatics_summer_school
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 20 February 2014 (All day)
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 (All day) - Thursday, 20 February 2014 (All day)Melbourne Marriott Hotel
Driving Organisational Efficiency and Innovation through Strategic Records and Information Management to Meet Changing Business Needs.
You will explore:
Liquid LearningPhone: (02) 8239 9700 Fax: (02) 8239 9777http://www.liquidlearning.com.au
- The digitatisation target and next steps in the migration to digital record keeping.
- Influencing organisational culture and Executive Buy-In for records and information management innovation
- Addressing compliance challenges and adapting to changing standards for records and information management
- Protecting the integrity, accessibility and security of records and information assets in an evolving multi-media environment
Monday, 17 March 2014 (All day)
Monday, 17 March 2014 (All day)HISA 2014 - Melbourne, 11 August 2014
Call for Submissions
Nursing Informatics Australia (NIA) is pleased to invite you to respond to our Call for Submissions for NIA Conference 2014, part of HIC 2014.
This is your chance to be part of NIA 2014. These peer reviewed presentations at NIA are very successful and always prove to be highly influential and cover a broad range of topics.
Why should you submit a paper?
- Social media
- Health literacy
- Workforce retention
- Workforce education
- Patient safety
Submissions close on Monday 17 March 2014.
- Submissions to be maximum 600 words
- Please do not include authors details (the papers will be double blind reviewed)
- Structure paper covering:
- Conclusion - outcomes and lessons learnt
- Keywords: 3-6 words
NIA is known for the quality and relevancy of conference programming and we encourage you to make sure your work (ideas, research, case study, innovation) is part of this event and contributes to our national nursing dialogue.
Nursing Informatics Australia & HIC 2014 proudly brought to you by: Health Informatics Society of Australia.HISAhttp://www.hisa.org.au/page/hic2014nia