AMIA 10x10 with University of Kansas
Survey Course of The Field of Health Informatics
The University of Kansas Center for Health Informatics is offering an online course, Introduction to Health Informatics, as part of the AMIA 10x10 Program.
This web-based course provides a broad survey of health informatics focused on five themes: health informatics foundations; clinical decision support; human/organizational factors; public health informatics and current issues in health informatics including best practices. Participants will develop and demonstrate a practical, innovative small-group information technology (IT) project. This project will be presented in a web conference scheduled at the end of the course. You also will be invited to present your team project at a face-to-face meeting to be held in Fall 2013 in conjunction with the AMIA Fall conference. Attendance at the AMIA Fall Symposium is encouraged but not required.
The AMIA-University of Kansas 10x10 course's intended audience will be clinicians, public health practitioners and researchers, IT professionals, and others interested in the field of health informatics.
|Helen Connors, PhD, RN, DrPS (Hon), FAAN has forged a distinctive path in health informatics. As the University of Kansas School of Nursing's E. Jean M. Hill Endowed Professor, Associate Dean for Integrated Technologies and Executive Director of the KU Center for Health Informatics, Dr. Connors strives to expand the use of advanced information technologies for education and practice, to establish policy for telecommunications and telehealth, and to promote health IT nationally.|
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January 28, 2013 - April 26, 2013