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Are you interested in taking a more active role within the Institute?
Everyone benefits when you #FindYourTribe and share your digital health knowledge.
The Australasian Institute of Digital Health is a not-for-profit membership organisation relying on the outstanding contributions of its Fellows, Members, organisational partners and generous volunteers all over Australasia.
You are invited to share your skills and experience by volunteering to serve on a State Branch or Community of Practice committee, or joining the leadership team on the Institute Board. Contact us for more information on how to join and get involved.
Angela Ryan, FAIDH
Chief Clinical Information Officer – General Manager Workforce & Education,
Australian Digital Health Agency
Acrobatic Consulting Services
Dr Kerryn Butler Henderson, FAIDH, CHIA
Assoc. Prof Digital Health & Pedagogy
Associate Professor of Digital Innovation in Health and Health Pedagogy,
University of Tasmania
Dr Louise Schaper is an innovator and a change agent who doesn’t sit still and whose passion and enthusiasm for digital health and health informatics is contributing to shaping the future of Australian healthcare. Her appointment as CEO came on the back of 10+ years of experience in, and applied passion for, health informatics. With a background as an occupational therapist and a PhD on technology acceptance amongst healthcare professionals, Louise is a world leader in allied health informatics and is intimately connected to Australia’s substantial health reform efforts, where digital health is a key enabler to achieving high quality, safe, sustainable and patient-centred care. In addition to her leadership of the Australasian Institute of Digital Health, Louise was on the Advisory Board for Stanford Medicine X 2013 conference, was part of the Australian Digital Health Agency’s Clinical Leads team and previously chaired the E-Health International Advisory Group of the World Federation of Occupational Therapists.
Check out Louise’s talk at Medicine X, Stanford School of Medicine (Sep 2012)