HIC UX WorkshopAs the adoption of electronic health records (EHR) in Australia, the UK and the US continues to grow, concerns are frequently expressed by clinicians and consumers around usability and safety.

The whole issue of good usability of systems and how to achieve it (and good user experience) extends far beyond electronic health records into any software used in healthcare – from smart pumps to apps to clinical decision support systems.

In this workshop, we will examine the constructs of usability and user experience (UX) and what constitutes good UX and usability. Several break-out Masterclasses will be run by experts in the field.

We will also examine – through several practical design sessions- how to go about constructing a positive UX for consumers of digital products. Participants will learn about problem solving with UX and how to apply skills learned back in the workplace.

This workshop is highly recommended for clinical, managerial, technical professionals as well as healthcare consumer representatives.

MEET YOUR EXPERT PRESENTERS

A/Prof Chris Bain

@HealthTechUX

Chair, HISA’s UX Community of Practice

Amanda Brierley

@DTA

Service Designer
Digital Transformation Agency

Matiu Bush

@matiubush

Design Integration Lead, RSL Care and RDNS (Royal District Nursing Service)

Bernard Schokman

@uxbernard

UX Strategist
BernardSchokman.com and UXMoshpit.com

Dr Anne Miller

Human Factors Specialist
eHealth NSW

Pamela Scicluna

@Pamela_Scicluna

Executive Director
Kianza

Dr Louise Teo

@themedstartup

Founder
The Medical Startup

Prof Frank Vetere

@fvetere

Professor
University of Melbourne

 

 

 

 

REGISTER

RATES
HISA Member* (i) $170
Non-member $220
Student Member* (i) $110
Student Non-member^ (i) $165

WHEN AND WHERE

WHEN
Sunday 6 August 2017

WHERE
Podium Room 3 and 4, Rydges on Southbank, 9 Glenelg Street, Brisbane 4000

Parking & Directions
Click here for directions and parking information.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

We want participants to walk away with an understanding of:

  • What are UX and usability?
  • What problems are disciplines like UX design and usability engineering trying to solve?
  • Why are these problems important?
  • How do these disciplines solve these problems?
  • What are some useful skills in this space that participants can apply back in their workplaces?

TARGET AUDIENCE

  • Clinical staff
  • Software developers
  • Usability and UX professionals
  • Operational managers
  • HIM’s
  • Informaticians
  • Technologists
  • Carers and consumers

CPD POINTS

The UX Workshop has been approved for up to 6 contact hours of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. Click here for more information on becoming a certified health informatics professional.