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2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health award launched

2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health award launched

Nominations are open for Telstra Health’s inaugural 2021 Brilliant Women in Digital Health award. The awards recognise and celebrate 25 women in digital health for their achievements – whether that is mentoring, medical research, contributing to technology...
Health workforce census underway

Health workforce census underway

The 2021 Global HIDDIN Workforce Census, held every three years, is live until 31 May 2021. The aim of the census project is to quantify and qualify the global HIDDIN (Health Informatics, Digital, Data, Information, kNowledge) workforce, to delineate and count the...
We’re in the Push for Better

We’re in the Push for Better

The Push For Better Foundation raises awareness and engages people in mental health through connection, education and health and wellbeing. In June, some of us at the Institute are getting active and helping #pushforbetter mental health in Australia. Our team members...
CHN calls for steering group interest

CHN calls for steering group interest

Capital Health Network (CHN) is forming a Digital Health Steering Group to bring together key stakeholders and clinical leads. The steering group will drive and guide planning, collaboration and identification of improvement and implementation opportunities of digital...
Institute submission to privacy consultation

Institute submission to privacy consultation

Institute submission to privacy consultation: AIDH has made a submission into the review of the National Health Privacy Rules 2018 by the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner which closed last week. Submissions are to be made public on the OAIC site....
Genomics vision for Australia

Genomics vision for Australia

Genomics vision for Australia: The Industry Genomics Network Alliance (InGeNA) has commenced a major project with Deloitte Access Economics to develop an evidence base to demonstrate the value of genomics to the Australian economy, society and patient...

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