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Next steps in nurses and midwives in a digital health future

Judy Hitchcock, AIDH – Nursing.Midwifery community of practice

Australian nursing and midwifery organisations continue to collaborate on progressing a capability framework to support nurses and midwives in the digital workplace. Building on the release of the National Nursing and Midwifery Digital Health Capability Framework in late 2020, a phase 2 project has commenced seeking to focus and build an Action Plan for Implementation and uptake more broadly across the sector. Sponsored by the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA) the project will again be coordinated by the Australasian Institute of Digital Health (AIDH).

The project’s key activities will be:

  • Piloting the framework with a Community of Excellence in Digital Health site nominated by the Agency.
  • Targeted consultation with a number of health service organisations and groups.
  • Opportunities for nurses and midwives to provide input and feedback.

The project will again be supported by an Advisory Committee made up of a range of nursing and midwifery professional and representative bodies. The outcome of the project will be a clear action plan for the broader health sector adoption and use of the Framework for nurses and midwives.

If you wish to know more about the project please contact either Greg Moran (AIDH) ([email protected]) or Michael Narag Project Officer ADHA ([email protected]).

The Institute retains your personal information for the purpose of supporting the consultation for the National Digital Health Nursing and Midwifery Capability Framework being conducted in partnership with the Australian Digital Health Agency. Your personal details will NOT be shared with any marketing or other third-party organisation.

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