HISA is pleased to advise that nominations have now closed for the branch committee leadership positions. As we received nominations equal to the number of open positions, there will be no voting process. Incoming committees will be announced at each State's AGM over the next six weeks.
In response to many requests from our South Australian members, the HISA SA committee is getting a reboot. Last week when HISA CEO Dr Louise Schaper was in Adelaide, she took the opportunity to host a ‘HISA Meet-up at the pub’. It was great to see such interest in rebooting the branch from a group [...]
Earlier this week, HISA’s Victoria branch gathered at the University of Melbourne to get a glimpse of digital health through the eyes of an individual’s daily challenges and activity. With nearly 75 registered attendees, it was a packed event. The speakers and panellists represented the many perspectives of healthcare informatics – enterprise, consumer, executive, nursing [...]
HISA’s Victoria branch went onsite at Epworth Healthcare this week to talk about cybersecurity in a range of organisational healthcare settings. HISA cybersecurity community of practice also took the opportunity to present the results of its recent survey. Speakers from Epworth Healthcare, the Department of Health and Human Services and Western Hospital gave presentations to [...]
The role of nurses in enabling change was at the forefront when the Nursing Informatics Position Paper had its Victorian launch with the Australian College of Nursing (ACN) last week. HISA was represented at the Monash Health-hosted launch by Dr Josie Di Donato and the Nursing Informatics Australia (NIA) special interest group of HISA was [...]
HISA’s digital health community was profiled at the recent CheckUp Forum in Brisbane, with Queensland committee Chair Mark Brommeyer and HISA’s Advocacy and Leadership Director Dr Josie Di Donato both on hand to talk about the benefits of HISA membership. With more than 60 organisations exhibiting and a large number of Forum visitors, there was [...]