A five-day Health Informatics course will be delivered at Flinders University in Adelaide from 13 to 17 July 2015.
This short course is aimed at enhancing participants’ understanding of current developments in health informatics and their potential impact on the delivery of local health care services; and to assist participants in developing a set of skills for making operational and strategic management decisions in relation to health informatics.
The course is run by Mark Brommeyer who has a long career as a health professional and consultant and is actively involved in current developments in health informatics in Australia.
He has also delivered highly successful workshops on Health Informatics and Quality and Safety in Health Care in the Flinders-Nankai Master of Hospital Administration program in China.
Mark will be assisted by guest speakers with relevant and current industry experience.
A certificate of completion will be awarded to participants who successfully complete the assessment requirements. Note that Credit will be granted towards the Health Care Management awards at Flinders University such as the Master of Health Administration (MHA) degree among others. This course is also aligned with the CHIA competencies.
For more information and a registration form email Health Care Management at Flinders University.