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Communities of Practice
Many Institute Fellows and members go beyond branch networking, conferences and events to share their passion in a dedicated area of digital health and health informatics. Communities of Practice provide a forum for interested Fellows and members to deep dive on current topics and connect with their peers – from cybersecurity to clinical informatics, health UX, nursing informatics and precision medicine.
Join the Australasian Institute of Digital Health and take a deep dive into digital health.
David Bunker FAIDH CHIA, Queensland Genomics Health Alliance
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College of Fellows
The College of Fellows is a distinguished group of senior thought leaders within the Institute. Their aim is to assist the Board in delivering on the AIDH Vision and Mission of healthy lives, digitally enabled.
Clinical informaticians assess the information needs of clinicians, managers and patients, and use these assessments to characterise, evaluate and improve clinical processes.
Be better informed about cybersecurity in healthcare and understand the implications for patient safety in your hospital or healthcare organisation.
AIDH - Nursing and Midwifery
AIDH – Nursing and Midwifery is the pre-eminent group of nursing and widwifery informaticians in Australia providing a good reference point to learn about the developments in nursing and midwifery informatics.
Precision health is an emerging, evolving field whereby increasing amounts of different types of information are used for prevention, prediction, diagnosis and treatment at the population, patient group and individual level. It is the way of the future.
User Experience (UX)
UX has a large impact on the extent to which IT systems are harnessed for maximum benefit to end-users, patients, carers and healthcare consumers.
The Institute’s Student Network is a community which supports, educates and represents students and emerging professionals with a common interest in digital health.
The Institute hosts dozens of events nationally each year.